|Author||Christopher A. Snyder|
|Publisher||Sutton Pub Ltd|
|Publication Date||January 1, 2000|
Exploring a little-known period in the history of the British Isles, often referred to as Sub-Roman Britain, this book shows that Britain developed unique social, political and religious institutions during this time. The author's approach involves analysis of both the written and archaeological record. Looking at contemporary writers such as Patrick and Gildas, he shows how the cultural and political landscape was changing during this period.