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AbstractThe hypothesis is presented that in the early Middle Ages there was a complex and long-lasting relationship between elites, horse-riding (within a high prestige horse culture) and the creation of long-distance roads suitable for riding. This is an approach which may be applied far beyond...
AbstractThis article describes the results of a project to use the maps of terrain and nineteenth-century rural settlement published in Roberts and Wrathmell's An Atlas of Rural Settlement in England to create data ready for use in Geographic Information Systems (GIS) software. The first part...
AbstractSuburbs are home to most of the population of England and form the largest part of the fabric of modern cities and conurbations. But neither their historic character nor their effect on earlier landscapes have attracted analysis in proportion to their scale. The emerging Historic...
AbstractA recent collection of essays on Edward I's castles in north Wales features contributions on Edwardian building-campaigns in Scotland and Gascony but not Ireland. This paper, which begins with some brief comments on that collection, offers some thoughts on Ireland's place in Edward's...
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