The pre-Viking age church in East Anglia

@article{Whitelock1972ThePA,
  title={The pre-Viking age church in East Anglia},
  author={Dorothy Whitelock},
  journal={Anglo-Saxon England},
  year={1972},
  volume={1},
  pages={1 - 22}
}
  • D. Whitelock
  • Published 1 January 1972
  • History, Economics
  • Anglo-Saxon England
It is well known that sources for the Anglo-Saxon period are unevenly distributed, and that we are particularly badly off for reliable evidence relating to East Anglia, especially in the period before the Viking raids and settlements. The main reason for this lies in the effects of those raids and settlements, for not only were the monasteries destroyed, but the two East Anglian sees of Dommoc and Elmham ceased to exist, and only Elmham was restored, and not, as far as our evidence goes, much… 

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