Archaeology and Environment in a Changing East Yorkshire Landscape: The Foulness Valley C. 800 BC to C. AD 400

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Archaeopress, 2008 - History - 233 pages

The main aims of this study are: to examine the development of Iron Age and Roman landscape of the Foulness Valley, East Yorkshire (northern England), from around 800 BC to the end of the Roman period; to test the validity of the results arising from earlier work undertaken concerning the location and character of Iron Age and Roman settlement and industry in a context of the whole catchment of the Foulness Valley; and to place the Iron Age and Roman archaeology and environment of the Foulness Valley in the wider context of Britain and beyond.

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Peter Halkon

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