2 edition of deserted medieval village of Thuxton, Norfolk found in the catalog.
deserted medieval village of Thuxton, Norfolk
L. A. S. Butler
by Norfolk Archaeological Unit, Norfolk Museums Service in Dereham, Norfolk
Written in English
|Statement||by Lawrence Butler and Peter Wade-Martins ; with contributions from Neil Batcock, Judith Cartledge, and Catherine Hills ; illustrations by B. Bennison ... [et al.] ; and photographs by Lawrence Butler ... [et al.].|
|Series||East Anglian archaeology ;, rept. no. 46|
|LC Classifications||DA670.E13 E13 no. 46, DA670.N6 E13 no. 46|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 69 p. :|
|Number of Pages||69|
|LC Control Number||90164479|
The abandoned medieval village of Faxton, first documented in Domesday Book of , is scheduled for the following principal reasons: * Survival: for the well preserved earthworks, buried and standing structures depicting the form and plan of the settlement and its associated agricultural practices;. To the South-East of the Tor are the remains of Hundatora, a deserted medieval village mentioned in Doomsday. It was excavated – Here the archaeologists found the remains of four 13 th century stone farmsteads complete with longhouses plus several farm-buildings and barns.
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Therefore, each deserted medieval village will have their own unique aspect to them. Eastern Yorkshire has a high amount of deserted medieval villages compared to other areas of England and there are reasons for this (Beresford and Hurst , 13–5; Fenton–Thomas , 23, ; Hoskins , ; Wrathmell , ). L. A. S. Butler has written: 'The deserted medieval village of Thuxton, Norfolk' -- subject(s): Antiquities, Excavations (Archaeology), Extinct cities, Medieval Archaeology, Villages 'Denbigh.
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Deserted medieval village abandoned before the 17th century when a farmstead is recorded. Little Barwick See Middleton Little Bittering: Deserted medieval village recorded in the Domesday Book and visible as earthworks.
St Peter and St Paul's Church dates from the 12th century. The parish was united with Beeston in the 20th century. deserted medieval village of Thuxton The deserted medieval village of Thuxton, Norfolk (East Anglian archaeology) [Butler, L.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Butler, L.A.S. (Lawrence A.S.). Deserted medieval village of Thuxton, Norfolk. Dereham, Norfolk: Norfolk Archaeological. The survey and excavation of a good example of a large linear village site in central Norfolk, at least twenty-nine tofts being visible.
Two house sites and the front of a single toft were excavated, and the results of fieldwalking within the parish are a. Buy The deserted medieval village of Thuxton, Norfolk (East Anglian archaeology) by Butler, L.
S (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : L. S Butler. The village is located just off the B Wymondham to Dereham road, and is served by a station on the Mid-Norfolk Railway heritage line. The railway station waiting rooms have been converted into holiday accommodation.
Thuxton is also listed as a deserted medieval linear village, with twenty-nine tofts having been located. Buy The deserted medieval village of Thuxton, Norfolk by Butler L & Wade-Martins P (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store.
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69pp, 38fig, 28pls, £ The survey and excavation of a good example of a large linear village site in central Norfolk, at least twenty-nine tofts being visible.
Two house sites and the front of a single toft were excavated. Summary. The deserted medieval village of Thuxton, or possibly Thurmanston. The village consisted of at least twenty nine tofts, visible from the air as tions and ongoing investigation have revealed house platforms, two moated homesteads, cart tracks and courtyards; many medieval pottery fragments and metal objects have been found.
The pottery finds have indicated that the. The manors are Thuxton Hall and Thuxton Waces. Lord Wodehouse is lord of the former, and E. Lombe, Esq., of the latter. Lord Wodehouse is lord of the former, and E.
Lombe, Esq., of the latter. The Church (St. Paul) is a rectory, valued in the King's Book at £4. 2d., and in at £, in the patronage and incumbency of the Rev.
The list below is taken from Alan Davison's book Deserted Villages in Norfolk () which features most of the well known locations.
However, I have added another list (further down the page) of other possible locations - some taken from Maurice Beresford and John Hurst's list and some identified from studying O/S maps of Norfolk. Most widely held works by Peter Wade-Martins The deserted medieval village of Thuxton, Norfolk by L.
S Butler (Book) 7 editions published in in English and. The Domesday Book may shed some light on it, If it was a village deserted in the medieval period, there is a strong chance it was thriving in TH Stone Landscaping Ma Reply. The deserted medieval village of Thuxton, Norfolk.
[Gressenhall, Norfolk Archaeological Unit, East Anglian Archaeology, report no, ] Land and Property Great Britain. Inclosure Commissioners Statement of claims: Thuxton (18).
Drawn up in pursuance of the Act of Inclosure,  Great Britain: Statute Thuxton Inclosure Act, The Domesday Book of put its population at over 3, and by the midth century, it was around hectares in size.
The deserted village has managed to keep some impressive earthworks. deserted medieval villages Download deserted medieval villages or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format.
Click Download or Read Online button to get deserted medieval villages book now. This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want. Cromer Museum Archaeological Walks - Cost £4 or £3 with museum pass, pm for 2pm start: booking on or @: Godwick Deserted Village and Church, Saturday, June 15; Salthouse Prehistoric Barrows and St Nicholas Church, Saturday, July 20; Brampton Roman Town, Saturday, September Godwick today is a deserted village in the county of Norfolk.
Its location is south of Fakenham between the villages of Tittleshall and Whissonsett. There are several hundred deserted or ‘shrunken’ medieval villages in Norfolk, but most sites have long been destroyed by ploughing, the pressures of two world wars or other agricultural uses.
Find out more about Norfolk's lost villages. The county has over deserted villages - more than almost any other county in England. This site will examine the main abandoned locations - look at the causes for desertion and bring together documentary and archaeological evidence to help explain why these communities disappeared.
‘Objects of metal, bone and clay’, in The Deserted Medieval Village of Thuxton, Norfolk (Butler, L and Wade-Martins, P), E Anglian Archaeol 36 – 40, Dereham Coke, J Le débat des hérauts d'armes de France et d'Angleterre.
The deserted medieval village of Thuxton, Norfolk. By L. Butler, P Wade-Martins and Dereham (United Kingdom) Norfolk Archaeological Unit. Abstract. Published with the aid of a grant from the Historic Buildings and Monuments Commission for EnglandSIGLEGBUnited Kingdo.
They built a house with an elaborate garden, which occupies the space between the two deserted village sites. On the western village site, paddocks can be seen where cattle were kept after the desertion.
On the other site are pillow mounds. These were man-made warrens for rabbits, which were symbolic of privilege and a leisured style of life.Download the lost villages of norfolk with plates and maps or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format.
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