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AbstractThe paper integrates topographical and experiential approaches to the mortuary landscape of a Viking period boat inhumation-grave excavated in 2005 within a cemetery at Skamby, Kuddby parish, Östergötland province, Sweden. We argue that the landscape context was integral to the...
AbstractThose who study village origins have historically concentrated on two facets of the phenomenon. First, considerable effort has been made to establish the date of their appearance in the landscape, a task which has largely been achieved. Secondly, and informed by the first, they have...
AbstractFrom the late 12th century to the dissolution of the monasteries, the King's Wood belonged to Roche Abbey, a Cistercian house in South Yorkshire. Since then, it has formed part of the Sandbeck estate. An interdisciplinary approach draws on ecological survey, archival study and place-name...
AbstractSince the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989, through the personal testimony of former prisoners and the exposure of places of internment, the full extent of the political subjugation of their opponents by the Soviet Union and its allies has been revealed. In 1994, the former East German...
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