Taylor, C. C. (1989). Somersham Palace, Cambridgeshire: a medieval landscape for pleasure?. In: n.e. From Cornwall to Caithness: some aspects of British field archaeology. Papers presented to Norman V Quinnell, BAR Brit Ser, 209. pp. 211-224.

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Somersham Palace, Cambridgeshire: a medieval landscape for pleasure?
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From Cornwall to Caithness: some aspects of British field archaeology. Papers presented to Norman V Quinnell, BAR Brit Ser, 209
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211 - 224
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A moated site of 12th to 14th century has two sets of fishponds and a deerpark, and is accompanied by another small moat. The layout suggests a pleasance rather than anything more functional. The village was probably shifted northwards, perhaps at the bishop's wish, perhaps in late 13th or 14th century, and not all at once.
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C C Taylor
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1989
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Late 13th (Auto Detected Temporal)
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05 Dec 2008