Parsons, David . 1966-. Uniform Title: Explorations in local and regional history ; v. 4. Rubrics: Names, Geographical England Villages. by Amy L. Fairchild, Ronald Bayer, James Colgrove ; with Daniel Wolfe. On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners. Download book Thorps in a changing landscape, by Paul Cullen, Richard Jones and David N. Parsons.
The integral role of thorps in revolutionizing agricultural practice at that time is thoroughly analyzed.
Paul Cullen, Richard Jones, David Parsons. Considering the minor settlements of England's Danelaw-villages known as thorps or throps-this history demonstrates how place-name evidence can be used to understand early cultures. The integral role of thorps in revolutionizing agricultural practice at that time is thoroughly analyzed.
Thorps in a Changing Landscape. Explorations in Local and Regional Histo. by Paul Cullen Author · Richard Jones Author. More about Paul Cullen. Richard Jones (Author). Richard Jones is a lecturer in landscape history in the Center for English Local History at the University of Leicester More about Richard Jones. David Parsons (Author).
Thorps in a Changing Landscape (Explorations in Local and Regional Histo): ISBN 9781902806822 (978-1-902806-82-2) Softcover, University Of Hertfordshire Press, 2011. Founded in 1997, BookFinder.
Paul Cullen, UWE, Humanities Department, Department Member. Studies Historical Linguistics and Onomastics. Thorps - in some areas throps - are familiar elements in much of the named landscape of England.
Joan Thirsk was the leading English agrarian historian of the late 20th century. Publisher: University of Hertfordshire PressReleased: Mar 1, 2011ISBN: Format: book. Explorations in Local and Regional Histo - Paul Cullen. Trevor James, last updated: 24th March 2011. After consideration of the national evidence, their general conclusion is that ‘-thorps' in all their forms emerged as a wide phenomenon in the later 9th Century and that, rather than being just seen as secondary settlements, they should be seen as an extension of an emerging open-field agricultural system.
Paul Cullen, Richard Jones and David N. Parsons, Thorps in a Changing Landscape, Hatfield, University of Hertfordshire Press, 2011. 224 pp. £1. 9 pb. 9781902806822.