Change and Continuity
Rural Settlement in North-west Lincolnshire
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|Format:||Paperback, 255 pages|
|Other Information: ||b&w illustrations|
|Published In: ||United Kingdom, 01 December 1991|
Lincolnshire has long been known for its large number of medieval archaeological sites, and in particular for the exceptional nature and preservation of many deserted medieval villages. Yet with a few notable exceptions no full record or analysis has been made of any of these sites. The range of investigation is extensive - from the geology and landscape of the area, through its early and Roman history to a detailed look at deserted villages, castles, deer parks, fishponds and even abandoned gardens. The book will act as a springboard for future exploration of the complex physical, social, economic and tenurial forces that together created the villages of this part of England.
Table of Contents
Methodology; geology and topography; prehistoric and Roman settlement; post-Roman settlement; medieval settlement; manorial sites; churches; religious houses; castles; moated sites; fishponds; water-mills and windmills; deer parks; garden remains; post-medieval and undated earthworks.
|Publisher: ||Stationery Office Books|
|Dimensions: ||27.0 x 21.0 centimeters|