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OF SETTLEMENT THE VOLUME CONCLUDES WITH settlement The volume concludes with synthesis of the vidence from ARSNY and
York With These Other Groups Of Finds To Provide A with these other groups of finds to provide a overview of the monetary developments which took place in Yorkshire in the period between the Viking settlement of the mid 870s and the xpulsion of the last Viking king of Northumbria in 954 making this a milestone publication for the understanding of precious metal conomies in the Viking Ag. ,
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The location known as 'A Site Near York ARSNY' represents
a category of site known from the historical record but of Viking site known from the historical record but until recently had remained largely undetected archaeologically the Viking camp The published investigations at Repton Derbyshire although undoubtedly important created a false paradigm for the scale and character of such sites The discovery and investigation of ARSNY along with Torksey in Lincolnshire and Woodstown in Ireland has rev. Olutionized understanding of the size and character of such sites with wider implications for the aspects of Viking warfare urbanization precious metal conomies and thetransition from raiding to permanent settlement This volume includes the detailed publication of the ARSNYfrom raiding to permanent settlement This volume includes the detailed publication of the ARSNY along with the first detailed comparison of the sites as a group and of their wider significanceOne particular feature of the site is that the finds shed new light on the character of Viking x.