4 edition of Notes on the Fenland. found in the catalog.
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Buy Fenland Notes and Queries: A Quarterly Antiquarian Journal for the Fenland, in the Counties of Huntingdon, Cambridge, Lincoln, Northampton, Norfolk, and Suffolk, Volume 5 by Anonymous (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Anonymous. Get this from a library! The Anglo-Saxon fenland. [Susan Oosthuizen] -- Archaeologies and histories of the fens of eastern England, continue to suggest, explicitly or by implication, that the early medieval fenland was dominated by the activities of north-west European.
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Further into the book, we find good assimilation of archaeological data from the last 30 or 40 years, enabling her to suggest that the Anglo-Saxon Fenland was not an empty land. There was considerable continuity of occupation from the Romano- British period onwards, and some evidence to suggest that much of Fenland was well utilised and settled Author: Kathryn Krakowka.
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Published Leach & Son, Wisbech and Longmans, Green and Co, London,1st edition. Green cloth with black & gilt pictorial lettering to spine and front board. ins x ins, xxxii,(including list of subscribers) pp text plus chromolithograph frontis, folding map and 26 plates (2 folding) as listed.
This exhaustive study covers the history of the area, its geology, botany. The book has been read, but is in excellent condition. Pages are intact and not marred by notes or highlighting. The spine remains undamaged. Seller Inventory # GOR More The book may have minor markings which are not specifically mentioned.
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My library. The Fens are very low-lying compared with the chalk and limestone uplands that surround them – in most places no more than 10 metres (33 ft) above sea level.
As a result of drainage and the subsequent shrinkage of the peat fens, many parts of the Fens now lie below mean sea gh one writer in the 17th century described the Fenland as entirely above sea level (in contrast to the Constituent country: England.
The Society expresses its thanks to Mr. Taylor for the use of the very excellent photo of Mr. Percival which forms the frontispiece; to Mr. Green (Ball & Co.) for the Photo of the Old Bridge; and to Mr. Geo. Caster for the use of “Whittlesey Mere” block, from “Fenland Notes & Queries”; most of the others having been Author: Andrew Percival.
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