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The production of iron in Anglo-Saxon England is little understood due to the lack of evidence. There are less than a dozen iron smelting sites known. This is a distinct contrast to the wealth of evidence of iron smelting during the Roman period. Should we believe that the Anglo-Saxon world was...
An east-west route across Dartmoor, marked by a series oflate medieval granite crosses, probably goes back at least to the eighth century; it is the moorland component of the pre-Conquest road from Ashburton (and Exeter) to Tavistock and then through Horsebridge and into central Cornwall. The...
Excavations at Roissy-en-France revealed an intriguing concentration of archaeological features relating to the history of the landscape. Forty-six ditches and 150 small sunken features covered a concentrated rectangular surface of approximately one acre. A detailed explanation of these remains...
The history, technology and economics of fenland drainage are briefly reviewed and a comparison made between the Lancashire mosslands and the Fens and Somerset Levels. In the eighteenth century Croston Finney was a low-lying, remote area subject to annual flooding on which improvement had been...
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