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Medieval Migrants: On the move in Britain after Rome's Fall

The early medieval period was one of the great ages of migration. Until recently, though, research has concentrated on men, especially kings and early war bands from across the seas. Join Professor Robin Fleming as she reveals new thinking about migration during the fifth and sixth centuries, exploring how people moved within Britain itself and the impact of these movements on Britain’s female population.

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Speaker:

Professor Robin Fleming
Boston College

Chaired by Professor Michael Wood, University of Manchester

Image: Map of Britannia during the Roman Empire © Roberto A Sanchez

This event is organised in connection with the British Academy Conference Aliens, Foreigners and Strangers in Medieval England, c. AD 500-1500.

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