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Hereford is of great importance in the understanding of the pattern of urban revival after the close of the Roman Empire, because it is one of the best examples in Britain of an early town founded on a virgin site, rather than within the complex ruins of a Roman town or fort. It is also the earliest Saxon town west of the Severn and is apparently one of the earliest examp1es of a post-Roman town laid out on a formal plan. The accepted date for the foundation of the diocese of Hereford is AD 676, but, however important the part played by the Church, the city was pre-eminently a royal foundation with a strategic importance based on its command of the approaches to central Wales and its position astride a recognized ford on the River Wye (Lobel 1969).
This three volume report describes the archaeological work undertaken in the city between 1965 and 1976. The interpretation of the complex series cf defensive works, dating from the mid 9th century, was of primary importance, but the work has also revealed evidence of the internal organization of the city, its roads, houses, and pre-Conquest cemetery.
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