Cambridgeshire Survey, the Isle of Ely and Wisbech
Aby David Hall A thorough field survey of the area around Ely, including extensive field walking, use of aerial photography, some excavation and radiocarbon dating. The volume is organised by parish with all sites and evidence for each period summarised with a large number of maps. There are some indications of Anglo-Saxon settlement and much evidence for the layout of later medieval boundaries and villages.
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Fenland Pleistocene and Flandrian
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4th century acres aerial alluvium archaeological artefacts axes banks barrow briquetage Cambridgeshire Car Dyke Causeway channel Chippenham Cottenham Coveney cropmarks dark area discovered ditch Downham Drove earthwork east enclosure evidence excavated Farm Fen Causeway fen-edge Fenland fieldwork Figure finds Flandrian Flandrian deposits flints furlong boundaries Gazetteer gravel ground Haddenham Hall Hill Iron Age island Isleham kiln landscape lies Littleport Lode lying manor marine clay material medieval Mesolithic mound nearby Neolithic Norfolk occupation occur Ouse parish peat photographs ploughed pottery probably Reaney recorded region remains ridge ridge-and-furrow ring-ditches roddon Roman period Roman sites saltern sand sandy Saxon settlement sherds shows silt Snailwell Soham soil soilmarks south-east Stuntney surface survey surviving Sutton Swaffham Bulbeck T T T T upland Upwell use-wear village visible Waterbeach West River Willingham Wisbech St Mary Witcham Witchford