Unlocking Early Anglo-Saxon Girdle-Hangers

Devon Sherman
This project focuses on a poorly studied artefact from the early Anglo-Saxon period - girdle-hangers - that are most often found in female burials in southeastern England from the late 5th to early 7th century AD. With the aim of contextualizing girdle-hangers within the female costume and within the early Anglo-Saxon society at large, the project consolidates available evidence concerning 118 girdle-hangers from 36 sites.
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