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- DescriptionRomney Marsh in Kent is the largest coastal wetland in southern England and has a long and complex history. This concise study reports on investigations carried out at Romney Marsh since 1991 around the town of Lydd, largely as a result of gravel extraction in the area. The excavations revealed a complex story of occupation and exploitation and provides evidence of how and when the area was reclaimed. The majority of the evidence dates from the 13th century onwards, including ditches, tracks and droveways, evidence relating to agricultural practices on the land, as well as fishing and more domestic activities.
- Author BiographyThe Author worked for the Field Archaeology Unit, University College London from 1990 until 2005. During this time he excavated on numerous sites in the south east and was the post excavation manager and deputy director until he moved to Sussex Archaeological Society. His main interest is in medieval and Post-medieval pottery.
- Author(s)Luke Barber
- PublisherHeritage Marketing & Publications Ltd
- Date of Publication15/02/2006
- Place of PublicationKing's Lynn
- Country of PublicationUnited Kingdom
- ImprintHeritage Marketing & Publications Ltd
- Content Notecol and b/w illus
- Width138 mm
- Height191 mm
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