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Reasons are given for questioning the identification of the defended site of Castle Toll in Kent with the late ninth-century Burghal Hidage burh of Eorpeburnan, in eastern Sussex, as has been widely assumed. A new historical narrative is therefore required. A consideration of the relevant...
This paper considers large-scale erosion of late medieval peatland landscapes along the inland lagoon rims of the north-eastern Zuyder Zee area (today: Noordoostpolder, the Netherlands) and integrates palaeogeographical reconstruction, material archeological and spatial archaeohistorical...
Wallington in central Northumberland is a late seventeenth- and early eighteenth-century country house with associated pleasure grounds. Much of the surrounding estate is agricultural land, though there are also expanses of moorland and conifer plantation. The character of Wallington’s...
Lot meadows are those hay meadows that, periodically, are divided into plots which are allocated by raffle among the inhabitants of a township or a parish, usually integrated within a common field system. In this article the lot meadow is presented as a relevant object of study, which can...
This study is an analysis of a historical document (the ‘Atlas topographique du comté de Bitche’), dating from 1758 and carried out in north-eastern France. The Atlas is composed of three large volumes. The aim was to evaluate the timber resources that had accumulated during the 100 years of...
Golf Courses symbolise more than the relationship between player and landscape. In Canada, where the landscape historically is tied to national identity, golf courses can take on nationalist meanings as well. This paper investigates the relationship between landscape and nationalism through...
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