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In the peat and clay wet-lands of the northern part of Somerset's North Marsh, (bounded by Clevedon, Wraxall, Flax Bourton, Backwell, and Claverham, and to the south by the Congresbury Yeo), virtually all the drainage and passage of water is via a system of waterway channels cut or amended by the hand of man over the centuries.
This paper has been published as an interim framework and to serve as a base for more intensive field work and in-depth documentary research by students of Landscape Archaeology.