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Offa's Dyke: Landscape and Hegemony in Eighth Century Britain: Landscape & Hegemony in Eighth-Century Britain Paperback – 31 Jan 2016
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…a landmark in Anglo-Saxon archaeology and field survey… [Offa’s Dyke] was an impressive achievement for its time, and so is this book., Medieval Archaeology 17/10/2017
This is an important work every student and scholar of the early middle ages should tackle and interrogate., British Archaeology 05/12/2016
...this new book has set out an exciting research agenda that addresses not just archaeological questions, but bigger issues to do with such matters…, Current Archaeology
This is an important contribution to the ongoing study on Offa's Dyke, a valuable successor to Cyril Fox's British Academy volume… [the authors] have certainly provided us with considerably more to think about., Medieval Settlement Research Vol 31 24/01/2017
…the book’s value lies not only in the synthesis of past work it offers, the new field observations it identifies, and the ideological context it explores, but in providing a foundation for a new generation of scholars to test and critique the interpretations that the book contains., Archaeologia Cambrensis 07/09/2017
There is something for everybody in Keith Ray and Ian Bapty’s 'Offa’s Dyke'., Antiquity 01/02/2017
This is a book which represents a meticulous yet engaging study of an important and imposing field monument in which the archaeological details of its design and its historical context, its local and regional landscape setting, as well as its historical context are all combined in a way which decidedly raises the bar for landscape and other historians ― of any period., Landscape History 16/05/2017
This book is a welcome and substantial addition to the literature on Offa’s Dyke… The book is attractively designed with numerous excellent maps and with a large number of photographs (many of them colour), the majority of high quality; it is clearly written and very reasonably priced., Transactions of the Bristol & Gloucestershire Archaeological Society 30/10/2017
As might be expected of a book of this calibre, it provides the reader with more questions than answers to an enigma that physically divided two nation-states and two landscapes. It is a must-have for those researching the early medieval archaeology of the frontier lands of the Welsh Marches., Current Archaeology 05/07/2017
From the Publisher
Keith Ray is a highly experienced archaeologist, specialising in Prehistory. Previously County Archaeologist for Herefordshire for fifteen years, he is now a director of Nexus Heritage.
Ian Bapty is an archaeologist and the Industrial Heritage Support Officer for England.