UCL Early Medieval Atlas


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Early Medieval Atlas

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The Early Medieval Atlas is a long-term collaborative venture which is collating and analysing spatial evidence for early medieval Britain. Based at UCL under the directorship of Andrew Reynolds, the Atlas brings together graduate students, post-doctoral researchers and other scholars from both within and beyond UCL for seminars, workshops and conferences. Major funding has been provided by the Leverhulme Trust since 2005 for a series of substantial research programmes, with recent thematic enquiries including civil defence and warfare, administration and legal landscapes. Currently our major funded project is concerned with travel and communication in Anglo-Saxon England.

The Early Medieval Atlas is actively seeking appropriate digital mapped content for inclusion. If you are considering deposition, please contact Prof Andrew Reynolds in the first instance to make an informal enquiry: a.reynolds@ucl.ac.uk