Skip to comments.A Visigoth in Kent?
Posted on 02/21/2006 12:19:07 PM PST by SunkenCiv
Kent was probably the most cosmopolitan region in the country at this time and Saxons and Jutes have left evidence of their culture here. In the last 30 years or so, a number of objects of Visigothic design have come to light, mainly in south-east England. Now this brooch adds to the evidence for connections between the people of Kent and the small number of Visigothic groups known to have lived in northern France at the time.
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Don't know if is the Wessex Archaeology site or Internet Explorer, links won't load.
Maybe the Wessex Archaeology website was swamped with hits. This is FreeRepublic, you know. ;') ;') ;')
Yes, you are probably right. I will try again later. Thanks.
Visigoths were driven out of Europe by Mitchell Kapor.
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