Fenland Management Project Excavations 1991-1995 LAHR Series no 3
During the 1980’s a large part of the Fenland of Eastern England (the country?s largest former wetland) was the subject of a major programme of field walking. Following publication of this work, partial excavation of 41 of the 2500 sites discovered during the field survey was carried out for the purpose of assessing their current condition and potential for their preservation and future management. Ranging in date from the Neolithic to the medieval period, the sites included settlements and burials, along with roads, canals and sites engaged in specialised activities such as saltmaking.
Written prior to final analysis, this report summaries the preliminary results of all 41 excavations.
Edited by A Crowson, T Lane & J Reeve
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