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At Walkhampton, west Devon, a continuous line of field boundaries apparently represents the remains of two sides and three corners of a roughly rectangular enclosure of c. 175 hectares. We argue on stratigraphic grounds that the Walkhampton Enclosure (WE) pre-dates the Norman Conquest. It was...
Hall sites are a common feature in the Tame-Cole-Blythe-Bourne valleys in the northern part of the ‘Forest’ of Arden (Warwickshire). Often they are first recorded in the late sixteenth or early seventeenth centuries and lie either very close to or immediately adjacent to parish boundaries. A map...
An extensive area of relict field systems and settlements survive within the Clashindarroch Forest, managed by Forestry Commission Scotland. This paper considers certain typological distinctions between a number of the settlement complexes and suggests the existence of a type of enclosed and...
This paper considers the value of amateur topographical art of the early nineteenth century as a source, combined with fieldwork, for the understanding of past landscapes and environments of the Ligurian Apennines. Political and social changes following the Congress of Vienna (1815) enabled the...
Historians and archaeologists are increasingly interested in moving beyond landscape reconstruction and economics to investigate how past inhabitants perceived their environment. This reflects the subject's intrinsic interest and an awareness of the importance of decisions made by ordinary...
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