Archaeology and Environment in a Changing East Yorkshire Landscape: The Foulness Valley C. 800 BC to C. AD 400
This study combines new aerial surveying and fieldwalking with interpretation of the Iron Age and Roman sites of a 20 x 30km area of East Yorkshire, focusing squarely on the landscape context. Peter Halkon examines the development of the landscape, and the relationship between settlement types, monuments, ritual depositions and the landscape.
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