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Wharram: The North Manor Area and North-West Enclosure (York University…

by Lorna Watts

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0946722196, Hardcover)

This is the ninth volume in the series on the deserted medieval village of Wharram Percy in the Yorkshire Wolds. The focus of this volume is the excavation from the northern end of the village, where aerial photos and geophysical survey revealed enclosures characteristic of medieval settlement. However, the principal themes of this book are the later prehistoric, Roman and early Anglo-Saxon periods. A major enclosure in the North Manor was in use from the first century BC till the first century AD, with the north-west enclosure being added during the second century AD. There is also report on the origin of the name Wharram.

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