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Commentary Five: Grave-Goods, Female Status And The Cemetery Of Ennery

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While reading édouard Salin's four-volume La Civilisation Mérovingienne the author came across references to the cemetery of Ennery, the initial publication of which, fortunately, was held in the University of Leeds' library. This seems an appropriate place to say a little more about the history of this cemetery which, while quite famous among Merovingian archaeologists, is little known outside that group.

Keywords: Cemetery; Ennery

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