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Title:
The Alluvial Fringes of the Somerset Levels Preliminary Research Results
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Archaeology in the Severn Estuary 7
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Archaeology in the Severn Estuary
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7
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Aalbersberg_1996_The_Alluvial_Fringes_of_the_Somerset_Levels_Preliminary_Research_Results.pdf (2 MB) : Download
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The Somerset Levels have been the focus of archaeological and palaeo-ecological interest since the end of the previous century. However, most of this research has concentrated on the central raised bog area, while far less is known about the alluvial fringes and the fluvial characteristics of the precursors of the present day rivers, in particular the River Brue. A current PhD research project at the University of Exeter is attempting to fill this gap in the knowledge of the region. The work focuses on two fie ldwork areas which, in combination with data from existing literature, will lead to a reconstruction of the fluvial history of the river Brue. This papers describes some of the early results and preliminary conclusions.
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Gerard Aalbersberg
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Year of Publication:
1996
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09 Oct 2017