Young, R. and Simmonds, T. (1995). Marginality and the nature of later prehistoric upland settlement in the north of England. Landscape Hist 17. Vol 17, pp. 5-16.

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Marginality and the nature of later prehistoric upland settlement in the north of England
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Landscape Hist 17
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Landscape History
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17
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5 - 16
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The article looks at the suggestion, first put forward by Colin Burgess, that there was substantial human abandonment of upland areas in later prehistory. It debates the key issues of the role of climate and climatic change, the nature of marginality and human responses to it in the Borders and upland regions generally in Britain, and alternatives to the desertion model put forward in some of the northern literature. The archaeological record for the Bronze Age to Iron Age/Romano-British periods in the area of northern Northumberland and the Scottish Borders region is considered in relation to some of the traditional approaches to understanding settlement pattern development.
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Robert Young
Trevor Simmonds
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1995
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Bronze Age (Auto Detected Temporal)
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Later Prehistoric (Auto Detected Temporal)
Scottish Borders (Auto Detected Subject))
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26 Aug 2005