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Assessing Iron Age Marsh-Forts

With Reference to the Stratigraphy and Palaeoenvironment Surrounding The Berth, North Shropshire

This volume assesses marsh-forts as a separate phenomenon within Iron Age society through an understanding of their landscape context and palaeoenvironmental development. These substantial monuments appear to have been deliberately constructed to control areas of marginal wetland and may have played an important role in the ritual landscape. Les mer
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This volume assesses marsh-forts as a separate phenomenon within Iron Age society through an understanding of their landscape context and palaeoenvironmental development. These substantial monuments appear to have been deliberately constructed to control areas of marginal wetland and may have played an important role in the ritual landscape.
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Forlag: Archaeopress
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Språk: Engelsk
ISBN: 9781789698633
Format: 29 x 21 cm
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Summary ;


Chapter 1: Assessing Iron Age marsh-forts - an introduction ;


Chapter 2: The British Iron Age, hillforts and marsh-forts - Literature Review ;


Chapter 3: Methodology and Resources ;


Chapter 4: Marsh-forts in a landscape context ;


Chapter 5: North Shropshire's marsh-forts ;


Chapter 6: The Berth - a marsh-fort in its landscape context ;


Chapter 7: The Berth - stratigraphic sequencing and radiocarbon dating ;


Chapter 8: The Berth - Palaeoenvironmental Reconstruction ;


Chapter 9: Assessing Iron Age marsh-forts - Discussion and Conclusions ;


Bibliography ;


Appendix 1 - Radiocarbon dates ;


Appendix 2 - Samples weights and volumes ;


Appendix 3 - Full species lists
Shelagh Norton (BA, MPhil, PhD) specialises in the reconstruction of macro-and micro-palaeolandscapes, and in particular, the interpretation of plant macrofossil and coleopteran remains from wetland contexts. Her research is based on the practical application of archaeological principles in a real-world context both in the UK and New Zealand, where she worked as a Regional Archaeologist for Heritage New Zealand. Her publications include The Archaeological and Palaeoenvironmental Potential of the Weald Moors, Shropshire (Transactions of the Shropshire Archaeological and Historical Society, 2016). She is an active member of the Hillfort Studies Group (University of Oxford), Worcestershire Archaeological Society and Worcestershire Archive Services.