Britons in Anglo-Saxon England: an introduction / Nick Higham -- pt. 1. Archaeological and historical perspectives. Anglo-Saxon attitudes / Catherine Hills -- Forgetting the Britons in Victorian Anglo-Saxon archaeology / Howard Williams -- Romano-British metalworking and the Anglo-Saxons / Lloyd Laing -- Invisible Britons, Gallo-Romans and Russians: perspectives on cultural change / Heinrich Härke -- Historical narrative as cultural politics: Rome, 'British-ness' and 'English-ness' / Nick Higham -- British wives and slaves? Possible Romano-British techniques in 'women's work' / Gale R. Owen-Crocker -- Early Mercia and the Britons / Damian J. Tyler -- Britons in Early Wessex: the evidence of the law code of Ine / Martin Grimmer -- Apartheid and economics in Anglo-Saxon England / Alex Woolf -- Welsh territories and Welsh identities in late Anglo-Saxon England / C.P. Lewis -- Some Welshmen in Domesday Book and beyond: aspects of Anglo-Welsh relations in the eleventh century / David E. Thornton -- pt. 2. Linguistic perspectives. What Britons spoke around 400 AD / Peter Schrijver -- Invisible Britons: the view from linguistics / Richard Coates -- Why don't the English speak Welsh? / Hildegard Tristram -- Place-names and the Saxon conquest of Devon and Cornwall / O.J. Padel -- Mapping early medieval language change in South-West England / Duncan Probert.