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The Rumenesea Wall, a seabank of early medieval date, has been traced for almost 9 kilometres between Snargate and the coastal barrier at New Romney as a consistent rise in ground level toward the south-west averaging about 0.5 metres. It probably is rooted in the Wealden scarp at Appeldorn, but...
The county of Besalú (Catalonia, Spain) in A.D. 785 started to became dependent on the Frankish kings. The territory was divided into ‘valleys’ and other districts. The main type of settlement during the ninth and tenth centuries was half-dispersed village (villares). After the year 1000, the...
The landscape of the area around Man-moel in the western valleys of Gwent is a remarkable survival from the pre-industrial landscape of south Wales. Documentary evidence suggests an early Christian monastic foundation there may have been followed by a hamlet, part of the Marcher manor of Machen....
The annual casting of lots to allocate the hay crop of a Common or Lammas Meadow is often referred to in the literature in passing but with very few details being given of just how the process was actually carried out. In this paper odd bits of detailed information available from about...
A study of the Limehouse area, combining historical and archaeological evidence, provides a settlement model for the historical development of the whole Docklands area of London. The evolution of the landscape is traced in a series of phases from the exploited marshlands of the later prehistoric...
The construction of the landscape park at Cusworth Hall, Doncaster, the work of the designer Richard Woods, is exceptionally well documented. The core of the landscape, including a lake system, rock arch and cascade, remains intact but semi-derelict. The use of documentary evidence in...
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