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King Arthur’s Wars: The Anglo-Saxon Conquest of England by Jim Storr

The Wandsyke is a late-, or probably post-, Roman period earthwork. It runs for about 45 miles from near Marlborough to Bristol, and is about 20 feet high in places. Have you even heard of it?  There are dozens, if not … Continue reading

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Military Manuals and Battlefield Interpretation: Warwick Louth

Moving interpretation of the typical battlefield from the blank field to a space where a number of ephemeral actions take place…  This research project was a result of my Masters Dissertation undertaken with the Centre for Battlefield Archaeology at the University … Continue reading

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