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The Anglo-Saxon State
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The late Anglo-Saxon state - a maximum view; the United Kingdon of England; the Anglo-Saxon achievement; the impact of the Sutton Hoo discovery on the study of Anglo-Saxon history; elements in the background to the life of St Cuthbert and his early cult; Asser's life of Alfred; England c991; was it infancy in England? some questions of comparison; some agents and agencies of the late Anglo-Saxon state; the sale of land and the economics of power in early England - problems and possibilities; Stubbs and the English state.

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James Campbell is Professor of Medieval History at the University of Oxford.

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Title mention in History Today, May 2009. "James Campbell's importance lies not in the vast amount he knows, nor even in the unexampled richness of what he writes, but in how he has taught historians of early times to think." --Patrick Wormald James Campbell's importance lies not in the vast amount he knows, nor even in the unexampled richness of what he writes, but in how he has taught historians of early times to think. Patrick Wormald" "James Campbell's importance lies not in the vast amount he knows, nor even in the unexampled richness of what he writes, but in how he has taught historians of early times to think." --Patrick Wormald

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