Feeding Anglo-Saxon England virtual conference 7th-8th December 2020

New perspectives on the medieval ‘agricultural revolution’

Virtual conference

Monday 7th - Tuesday 8th December 2020

The latest research into medieval farming has produced the first direct evidence for the conditions in which medieval cereals were grown. At this conference, speakers explored how the analysis of excavated plant and animal remains is enabling us to reconstruct medieval farming regimes.

We would like to thank all speakers, moderators and attendees for their participation in the event.

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Monday 7th December

Session 1 - chaired by Dr Gundula Müldner (University of Reading)

Session 2 - chaired by Prof. Wim De Clercq (Ghent University)

Tuesday 8th December

Session 3 - chaired by Prof. Stephen Rippon (University of Exeter)