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This volume provides a completely new survey of the county's wetland archaeology and changing environment. The study brings together information from all relevant sources, to build up a picture of the landscape and man's indelible traces. Following introductory chapters concerning methodology and background, each chapter describes the mosses of discrete areas of the county. These are followed by a synthesis of the archaeological and palaeoecological data from the Mesolithic to the post-medieval period and comprehensive site gazetteers.
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Catrina Appleby has been the Publications Officer for the Council for British Archaeology since 2006, managing the publication of over 40 titles ranging from the Mesolithic to the First World War. She has worked on a variety of survey and excavation projects, as well as managing both county and national Historic Environment Records. She has been involved in community archaeology in the York area for over fifteen years and has published two local history books with community groups. She is a Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries of London and a member of the Chartered Institute for Archaeologists.Synopsis:
This text presents a survey of the county's wetland archaeology and changing environment. The study draws together information from all relevant sources to build up a picture of the landscape and man's indelible traces.
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Book Description Lancaster Univerity, 1997. softcover. Condition: good. No Jacket. Heavy A4-size paperback, published by Lancaster University, 1997. 246pp. Some creasing to spine & covers, shelfwear to edges. Good. Seller Inventory # HVY-15563