Reconstructing a Medieval Welsh Landscape: Exploring the Evidence of Nineteenth Century Field-Names and Land-Use Data in Landscape Archaeology

Andrew Seaman, 2016

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Reconstructing a Medieval Welsh Landscape: Exploring the Evidence of Nineteenth Century Field-Names and Land-Use Data in Landscape Archaeology

Location World regionBritish Isles and Ireland
British Isles countryWales
CountyVale of Glamorgan
PlaceLlancarfan
PlaceSt Andrew's Major
PlaceLavernock
PlaceCadoxton
PlaceLlandough and Cogan
PlacePenmark
PlaceMerthyr Dyfan
PlaceSt Lythans
PlaceMichaelston le Pit
PlaceSully
PlaceWenvoe
TGNWorld, Europe, United Kingdom, Wales, Vale of Glamorgan [7018966]
Grid reference Latitude longitude
bounding box
51.448847
-3.3856773 -3.1441498
51.376924
Subject Evidence (England)DOCUMENTARY EVIDENCE
Evidence (England)PLACENAME EVIDENCE
Library of Congress Subject HeadingsWales--History
Library of Congress Subject HeadingsArchaeology
Library of Congress Subject HeadingsLand tenure--Wales
Library of Congress Subject HeadingsToponymy
OtherFIELD-NAMES
Period MIDASEarly Medieval
MIDASMedieval
MIDASPost Medieval
Period (Wales)EARLY MEDIEVAL
Period (Wales)MEDIEVAL
Period (Wales)MULTIPERIOD
Period (Wales)POST MEDIEVAL
Project dates Created From05-MAY-2014
Created To01-DEC-2015
First Released31-MAR-2016
Related information Associated PublicationSeaman, A., P. 2010: 'Towards a Predictive Model of Early Medieval Settlement Location: A Case Study from the Vale of Glamorgan', Medieval Settlement Research 25, 11-20
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