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Iron age and Romano-British agriculture in the north Gloucestershire Severn Vale

Iron age and Romano-British agriculture in the north Gloucestershire Severn Vale

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Published by Cotswold Archaeology in Cirencester .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Excavations (Archaeology) -- England -- Gloucestershire,
  • Gloucestershire (England) -- Antiquities

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Neil Holbrook
    SeriesBristol and Gloucestershire archaeological report -- no. 6, Bristol and Gloucestershire archaeological report -- no. 6.
    ContributionsHolbrook, N., Hart, Jonathan, 1972-, McSloy, E. R., Coleman, Laurent., Watts, Martin Antony, 1965-, Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDA670.G5 I766 2008
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 105 p. :
    Number of Pages105
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24121594M
    ISBN 100955353432
    ISBN 109780955353437
    LC Control Number2009482183
    OCLC/WorldCa319512801

    The area now known as Worcestershire has had human presence since over half a million years ago. Interrupted by two ice ages, Worcestershire has had continuous settlement since roug years the Iron Age, the area was dominated by a series of hill forts, and the beginnings of industrial activity including pottery and salt mining can be found. Allen, J R L, a A Reconnaissance Map of Medieval Alluvial Ploughlands in the Vale of Berkeley, Gloucestershire and Avon, Trans Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeol Soc, , Allen, J R L, b Trees and their response to wind: mid Flandrian strong winds, Severn Estuary and inner Bristol Channel, southwest Britain, Phil Trans Roy Soc.

    Wales. Wales is that western portion of Great Britain which lies between the Irish Sea and the River Dee on the north, the counties (or portions of counties) of Chester, Salop, Hereford, and Gloucester on the east, the estuary of the Severn on the southeast, the Bristol Channel on the south, and St. George's Channel on the west. Wales is that western portion of Great Britain which lies between the Irish Sea and the River Dee on the north, the counties (or portions of counties) of Chester, Salop, Hereford, and Gloucester on the east, the estuary of the Severn on the southeast, the Bristol Channel on the south, and St. George's Channel on the west.. NAME. The name Wales has been given to this country not by its.

    An lron Age and Romano-British Settlement in the South Cotswolds, BAR Brit. Ser. , Oxford Blockley. K. Prestatyn An lron Age Farmstead and Romano-British Industrial Settlement in. Wales has been inhabited by modern humans for at le years. Continuous human habitation dates from the end of the last ice age, betw years before present (BP), when Mesolithic hunter-gatherers from central Europe began to migrate to Great Britain. At that time sea levels were much lower than today, and the shallower parts of what is now the North Sea were dry of principal areas: Blaenau Gwent †, Bridgend .


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