Just Wondering…

It might be a few days before I can post something more substantial than this. The semester just started and I am trying to readjust while discovering how busy I will actually be. I do have a request, however. I wonder if someone out there might know of any academic work, journal articles, etc., concerning the Prittlewell Prince. I have yet to find anything and I want to use the case in my thesis. If you run across something, please let me know. I want to thank everyone who has commented on, wished well, or even just visited the site. You have made me feel welcome, indeed. Back in a jiff!

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6 Responses to “Just Wondering…”

  1. swain Says:

    The only things I know of beyond the initial notifications etc is the Museum of London booklet, titled The Prittlewell Prince, available from their bookshop and I think Amazon has it or had it. You might also look for these, though I think they are all just brief notices.

    Anon. “East Saxon King Buried at Prittlewell?” Essex Jnl 39.1 (Spring 2004): 19-20, ill.

    Lakin, David. “The Prittlewell Royal Anglo-Saxon Burial.” Minerva 15.3 (May/June 2004): 31-32, ill.

    Olsen, Ted. “Christian Saxon King Unearthed.” Christian History and Biography 82 (Spring 2004): 9, ill.

  2. Jonathan Jarrett Says:

    The Regesta Imperii OPAC gives the following:

    Lyn Blackmore, “Schätze eines angelsächsischen Königs von Essex. Die Funde aus einem Prunkgrab von Prittlewell und ihr Kontext” in Sebastian Brather (ed.), Zwischen Spätantike und Fr¨hmittelalter: Archäologie des 4. bis 7. Jahrhunderts im Westen, Ergänzungsbände zum Reallexikon der germanischen Altertumskunde 57 (Berlin 2008), pp. 323-342

    Anon., “Prittlewell: treasures of a king of Essex”in Current archaeology Vol. 16 (2004) pp. 430-436 [pretty sure that volume no. must be a typo!]

    Susan M. Hirst, Taryn Nixon, Peter Rowsome & Susan M. Wright, The Prittlewell Prince. The Discovery of a Rich Anglo-Saxon Burial in Essex (London 2004)

  3. heptarchyherald Says:

    So, basically, aside from the British Museum publication, which I have already purchased, we mainly have a variety of “announcement” type mentions. The Blackmore looks promising and recent, if I can find it. Other than that, I guess the discovery is too recent to have garnered any more in-depth scholarship. Thank you both for your assistance. I owe you one.

  4. James L. Smith Says:

    Salutations. I just wanted to say that i’ve enjoyed reading your blog so far, and that you should keep up the good work. I’ve been dithering around as to whether or not I should start up a blog of my own, and your efforts have been partially responsible for me actually doing so.

  5. swain Says:

    Just to put it into perspective, I’ve just been reading here in 2009 books published in 2007 that report and study on finds in 1989-91. I hope it won’t be 15 years before a major book on Prittlewell, but one never knows.

  6. mikepitts Says:

    There’s a good article in British Archaeology May 2004 by excavation director Ian Blair, conservator Liz Barham and finds specialist Lyn Blackmore (text only at http://www.britarch.ac.uk/ba/ba76/feat1.shtml)

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