The Upper Derwent: Long-term landscape archaeology in the Peak District: PhD thesis, University of Sheffield (2003)

William Bevan, 2005

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Contents PDF 17Kb
Chapter 1: Introduction PDF 1.4Mb
Chapter 2: Moving Through the Forest - Mesolithic to Early Neolithic PDF 1.6Mb
Chapter 3: Living and Dying in Later Prehistory PDF 2.3Mb
Chapter 4: Absences and Presences - Iron Age to Early Medieval Occupation PDF 1.6Mb
Chapter 5: The Medieval Landscape - Forest, Grange and Colonisation PDF 1.3Mb
Chapter 6: Early Post-Medieval Landscape - Patterns in Space and Time PDF 2.3Mb
Chapter 7: Later Post-Medieval Landscape - Improving the Land PDF 1.6Mb
Chapter 8: Dam Builders PDF 2Mb
Chapter 9: Recreation, Conservation and Production: the Three Strands of Landscape Perception in the Twentieth and Twenty-first Centuries
Part 1
PDF 1.5Mb
Chapter 9: Part2 PDF 1.5Mb
Chapter 10: Discussion PDF 174Kb
Bibliography PDF 189Kb
Tables 2.1, 3.1, 3.3 & 4.1 PDF 336Kb