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AbstractThe Rockingham Forest Project created detailed digital mapping, from archaeological fieldwork, historic map, and aerial photographic evidence, to chart the evolution over the last millennium of the landscape of the greater part of the medieval Forest of Rockingham, Northamptonshire. It...
AbstractThe southern part of Pembrokeshire in south-west Wales is today popularly known as Little England Beyond Wales. This is a headline for a cultural history which gives us cricket in West Wales (Figure 1) and which explains how English as a language came to dominate this area on the north...
AbstractThe arrival of the Vikings in the Faroe Islands and Iceland in the ninth century AD from Scandinavian and British Isles homelands essentially represented the colonisation of virgin landscapes. Environmental investigations show that their imported agricultural package was supplemented in...
AbstractThe building of four new settlements by the British Fisheries Society on the coast of the Scottish Highlands at the end of the eighteenth century was designed to stimulate the fishing industry, an industry which had long been seen as one of the main potential vehicles for Highland...
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