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During the later Bronze Age several parts of north-west Europe saw accelerated deforestation and expansion of agricultural land. In densely populated areas the first (man-made) open landscapes came into being. Simultaneously in the Netherlands and elsewhere more stable settlement patterns...
This study maps the carucate and acre records contained in the Suffolk folios of Little Domesday for the first time and re-examines the body of work supporting the assumptions that the carucate represents 120 fiscal acres and had approximately the same value as statute acres before proposing...
At first sight, this paper is an attempt to describe, analyse and date the archaeological remains of an exceptionally fine garden and park in Hertfordshire. The garden is, apparently, well documented, there being two large-scale detailed estates maps of it. But although the complex arrangements...
This paper examines the process whereby topographical historical writing has merged into landscape studies, and asks what the role of the Victoria County History was in this process? The author, who was Director and General Editor of the VCH 2005–10, sets into context the changing nature of VCH...
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