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Old Oswestry Hillfort and its Landscape: Ancient Past, Uncertain Future - 
      Tim Malim
    
      George Nash

Old Oswestry Hillfort and its Landscape: Ancient Past, Uncertain Future

Tim Malim (Redaktør) ; George Nash (Redaktør)

«'...the volume solidly demonstrates the amount of new work and thought which can be directed towards, or focused around, a major hillfort, and its landscape and one hopes similar initiatives may be targeted towards other famous prehistoric monuments which have languished for too long at the edges of modern research.'»

, Archaeologia Cambrensis 170
This book, organised into 14 well-crafted chapters, charts the archaeology, folklore, heritage and landscape development of one of England's most enigmatic monuments, Old Oswestry Hillfort, from the Iron Age, through its inclusion as part of an early medieval boundary between England and Wales, to its role during World War I. Les mer
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This book, organised into 14 well-crafted chapters, charts the archaeology, folklore, heritage and landscape development of one of England's most enigmatic monuments, Old Oswestry Hillfort, from the Iron Age, through its inclusion as part of an early medieval boundary between England and Wales, to its role during World War I.
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Forlag: Archaeopress
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Språk: Engelsk
ISBN: 9781789696110
Format: 29 x 21 cm
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Preface ;


Chapter 1: The Prehistoric Marches - Warfare or Continuity? - Dave Matthews ;


Chapter 2: Everybody needs good neighbours: Old Oswestry hillfort in context - Fiona Gale, Erin Lloyd-Jones ;


Chapter 3: Caer Ogyrfan: hillfort of the northern border - Dave Matthews ;


Chapter 4: The Design and Setting of Old Oswestry Hillfort - Tim Malim ;


Chapter 5: The Epona Stone - George Nash, Maggie Rowlands & Roland Farmer ;


Chapter 6: Legends in the Landscape - Caroline Malim ;


Chapter 7: Tribal boundaries - Dave Matthews ;


Chapter 8: Wat's Dyke and its relationship to Old Oswestry Hillfort - Tim Malim ;


Chapter 9: Oldport Farm: historic buildings at the foot of the hillfort - George Nash ;


Chapter 10: The military legacy from WW1 - George Nash ;


Chapter 11: The Industrial Heritage of Old Oswestry - Andrew Tullo ;


Chapter 12: Threats and policy protection - or not - George Nash and Tim Malim ;


Chapter 13: Prehistory, Protest and Public Engagement - John Swogger ;


Chapter 14: The future: Oswestry Heritage Gateway - Tim Malim, Kate Clarke
Tim Malim is a graduate of the Institute of archaeology, London, and has worked in many parts of the UK and abroad as an archaeologist during a 40-year career. Currently, he is head of the heritage team at SLR Consulting, a Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries of London and Chairman of the Federation of Archaeological Managers and Employers. ;



George Nash is an Associate Professor at Geosciences Centre of Coimbra University ITM (Earth and Memory Institute), Polytechnic Institute of Tomar (IPT), Portugal, as well as working for SLR Consulting, an environmental planning consultancy based in the UK.