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Fieldwalking in Surrey: surveys in Waverley and at Paddington Farm, Abinger

DAVID FIELD, DAVID GRAHAM, S N H THOMAS and K WINSER

These projects are largely complementary, in that the Waverley Survey covered a large area, with the aim of establishing settlement patterns in relation to the drift geology and topography; while the Paddington Farm Survey examined one site in great detail, with the hope of locating areas of intra-site specialised activity. Both teams adopted the same grid-based collection system, which helps make their results more easily comparable. It is also to be hoped that the efforts of both teams will stimulate further such projects within the county and that, as a result, our understanding of the past will be greatly improved.

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