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Author Topic: Archaeological investigation of three prehistoric field systems (Gwynedd)  (Read 94 times)

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Offline Jean

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Prehistoric field systems are, by their nature, extensive and often slight and intangible structures, most easily recognized when they are enclosed by walled, banked or ditched boundaries. The effects of many centuries of subsequent land use mean that many have been destroyed and those that remain complete and unmodified are of great archaeological value.

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http://intarch.ac.uk/journal/issue47/2/index.html

Offline Trefignath

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It would be nice to see this on "Time Team".

Did anything come of the excavations at Parc Cybi?
Not waiting for the others.

Offline Jean

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Did anything come of the excavations at Parc Cybi?

Well, Tref: if you can drag yourself away from that grand mansion of yours in that London to Menai Bridge next January, you'll find out.