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Further reading

If you are interested in finding out more about the archaeology and landscape of South West England, we have recommended some further reading below:

Higham, R. 2008, Making Anglo-Saxon Devon. Exeter: The Mint Press.

Mudd, A. and Joyce, S. 2014, The Archaeology of the South-West Reinforcement Gas Pipeline, Devon: Investigations in 2005-2007. Cirencester: Cotswold Archaeology Monograph No. 6.

Pearce, S. 2004, South-Western Britain in the Early Middle Ages. London: Leicester University Press.

Rippon, S. 2012: Making Sense of a Historic Landscape. Oxford: Oxford University Press. pp xviii + 396

Rippon, S. 2014 [2nd edition, in paperback; first published 2008]: Beyond the Medieval Village: The Diversification of Landscape Character in Southern Britain. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Rippon, S., Fyfe, R.M. & Brown, A.G. 2006: ‘Beyond villages and open fields: the origins and development of a historic landscape characterised by dispersed settlement in SW England’, Medieval Archaeology 50, 31-70.

Rippon, S., Smart, C., Pears, B., & Fleming, F. 2013, ‘The Fields of Britannia: Continuity and Discontinuity in the Pays and Regions of Roman Britain’, Landscapes, 14 No. 1, 33–53.

Rippon, S., Wainwright, A. & Smart, C. 2014, ‘Farming Regions in Medieval England: The Archaeobotanical and Zooarchaeological Evidence’, Medieval Archaeology 58, 195-255.

Todd, M. 1987, The South-West to AD1000. London: Longmans.

Weddell, P. J. 2000, ‘The Excavation of a post-Roman cemetery near Kenn, South Devon’, Proceedings of the Devon Archaeological Society 58, 93–126.