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Penn, Kenneth, Brugmann, Birte and Hoilund Nielsen, Karen 2007. Aspects of Anglo-Saxon inhumation burial: Morning Thorpe, Spong Hill, Bergh Apton and Westgarth Gardens. East Anglian Archaeology, vol. 119. Dereham: Norfolk Museums and Archaeology Service.

Hoilund Nielsen, Karen 2003. Saxon art between interpretation and imitation: the influence of Roman, Scandinavian, Frankish and Christian art on the material culture of the Continental Saxons AD 400-1000. In: Green, Dennis Howard and Siegmund, Frank eds. The Continental Saxons from the Migration Period to the Tenth Century: An Ethnographic Perspective, Studies in Historical Archaeoethnology, Woodbridge: Boydell, pp. 193-233.

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