The Working Agroscape of the Iron Age - Landscape History
Author(s): Peter J Reynolds
This paper represents an assay into the vexed area of prehistoric and in particular Iron Age agriculture. This is offered rather more as a polemic than a statement and is designed to provoke argument rather than agreement. The majority of the experimental data from which the arguments are raised is drawn from the current research programs at the Butser Ancient Farm Research Project, Hampshire.
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The Working Agroscape of the Iron Age - Landscape History. Peter J Reynolds. Journal of the Society for Landscape Studies. 2: 1-20. 1980 ( tDAR id: 414465) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8414465
This Resource is Part of the Following Collections
Agriculture • Agroscape • Ancient Fields • Crop Husbandry • Crop Yields • Experimental Archaeology • Land Management • manuring • Planting Time • Plough • Soil Type • Sowing Dates • Sowing Methods • Spike Analysis • Straw Preparation • Weed Contamination
min long: -13.623; min lat: 49.798 ; max long: 3.164; max lat: 59.054 ;
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ExArc Id(s): 714
Rights & Attribution: The information in this record was originally compiled by Dr. Roeland Paardekooper, EXARC Director.
Rights & Attribution: Christine Shaw contributed a copy of this document to the collection. EXARC thanks her for her dedication to preserving the Butser Ancient Farm Archive.
General Note: More information about the Butser Ancient Farm Archive and this document can be found at butser.org.uk.
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