This project was started in 2010, with the objectives of reinterpreting evidence from Post Roman/Early Saxon sites in and around Berkshire and producing a series of lectures, a book and an exhibition.
This project is reviewing evidence from sites used in the period AD 400 to 600. This was a period when the Roman administration formally came to an end and a Post-Roman British society developed in the period AD 400 to 500. One of the features of this society was that it was a largely Christian society. After AD 500, the area saw an influx of Saxon influences which led to an interesting mix of peoples, cultures and ritual activity across the study area.
If you would like to get involved in this project please contact Andrew Hutt