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This paper considers the function and meaning of Bronze Age burial mounds in the later medieval and post-medieval periods. Far from being the redundant relics of a distant past, it is argued that these monuments were integral to the organisation and interpretation of the physical environment....
This paper presents some of the results of the author's continuing research into the landscape history of the Isle of Wight in the early medieval period. The reconstruction of Anglo-Saxon charter bounds forms the basis of the present study. The landscape regions of the Isle of Wight are defined...
In their ‘Atlas of Rural Settlement in England’, Roberts and Wrathmell have used nineteenth-century sources to map the distributions of nucleated and dispersed settlement across England. They argue that the resulting patterns reflect in general terms many earlier types of distribution, for...
Woodland is a distinctive and widespread feature of the landscape of eastern Hertfordshire. Some woods are little more than a few trees and much scrub that are recolonising waste ground, some are monocultures of conifers, some are old and often neglected coppice, with or without standards, some...
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