Lewis, M. J T. (1996). The Mills of Meaux. Ind Archaeol Rev 18 (2). Vol 18(2), pp. 165-179. https://doi.org/10.1179/030907296786281147.

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The Mills of Meaux
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Ind Archaeol Rev 18 (2)
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Industrial Archaeology Review
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18 (2)
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165 - 179
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The history of three monastic watermills (Ashdyke, Foredyke, and Meaux Abbey) and their water supplies in the marshlands of the Hull valley is traced from the records of the abbey. Occupying marginal sites where only a meagre head was available, and subsequently turned into tide mills with an equally meagre supply of tide water, the mills offer a rare insight into the medieval approach to water power in difficult circumstances.
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M J T Lewis
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1996
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Medieval (Auto Detected Temporal)
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DOI: https://doi.org/10.1179/030907296786281147
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20 Jan 2002