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The growth in interest in the wider settlement settings and landscape contexts of medieval castles is reviewed. While overtly militaristic approaches to castle study sometimes ensured that sites were frequently examined in isolation from their surroundings, some early scholars were aware of the...
Urban landscapes are neglected by landscape history. This paper uses the sub-set of Hertfordshire medieval towns to investigate the topographical characteristics of the most common plan family' of English town-plan types: the ‘street town’. It concentrates particularly on the influence of...
A possible late medieval deer course has been discovered within a deer park at Ravensdale, Derbyshire. The site is described and analysed and its history summarised. The archaeological and historical evidence for post-medieval deer courses is examined and the complex rules of the sport, as well...
This paper brings together the results of fieldwork surveys in the east midlands and presents findings which show eight different forms of ridge and furrow cross profile. Suggestions are made for the reasons why different profiles of ridge and furrow were ploughed and links made to their use in...
This paper examines the ‘Hooper Hedgerow Dating Hypothesis’, points out the flaws in the basic assumptions of the method, and details the various reasons why a simple method of boundary dating based on species composition can not be relied upon.
Two earthwork enclosures situated on Ash Ranges, Aldershot, have been surveyed and the results are presented together with an outline of their historical context and possible motives for their construction.
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