The Digital Archive for Feeding Anglo-Saxon England (FeedSax): The Bioarchaeology of an Agricultural Revolution, 2017-2022 is now available on the Archaeology Data Service (ADS) - This collection comprises the digital archive for Feeding Anglo-Saxon England (FeedSax): The Bioarchaeology of an Agricultural Revolution. Data is presented in a searchable project database and map of sites, alongside an exported SQL database, spreadsheets and reports. The Feedsax project ran from 2017 to 2022 at the Universities of Oxford and Leicester and was funded by the European Research Council. The project combined bioarchaeological data with evidence from settlement archaeology to investigate arable farming in Early medieval England, a time when the expansion of cultivation - 'cerealisation' - was the bedrock of demographic and economic growth.
To view the archive, click here.