Theses and papers covering the Medieval period (c.400-1499 CE).

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The origins of the village in South Wales: a study in landscape archaeology

The debate on the origins of nucleated settlement and their associated open-field agricultural systems is now one of the most frequently encountered in landscape studies. This thesis has explored this debate in a processual framework. A…

The historical evolution of the landscape of three north Cambridgeshire villages: Landbeach, Cottenham and Waterbeach, A.D. 450-1850

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The composite manor of Brent: a study of a large wetland-edge estate up to 1350

A fascinating alluvial landscape dominated by Brent Knoll, plus surviving surveys from 1189,1235,1260 and 1307, intermittent account-rolls from 1257 and court-rolls from 1265, together render the ancient estate of Brent with its component manors of…
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