Volume 1 (1979)

Michelmore, D.J.H., The reconstruction of the early tenurial and territorial divisions of the landscape of northern England
Pickering, J., Aerial archaeology and the prehistoric landscape
Smith, R., Environmental issues in landscape studies
Rackham, O., Documentary evidence for the historical ecologist
Faull, M.L., The use of place-names in reconstructing the historic landscape; illustrated by names from Adel township
Moorhouse, S., Documentary evidence for the landscape of the manor of Wakefield during the Middle Ages
Bond, C.J., The reconstruction of the medieval landscape: the estates of Abingdon Abbey
Goransson, S., Regular settlements in Scandinavia: the metrological approach
Nwafor, J.C., Approaches to landscape study in tropical Africa

 

Volume 2 (1980)

Reynolds, P.J., The working agroscape of the Iron Age
Faull, M.L., and Smith, R.T., Phosphate analysis and three possible Dark Age ecclesiastical sites in Yorkshire
Austin, D., Daggett, R.H., and Walker, M.J.C., Farms and fields in Okehampton Park, Devon: the problems of studying medieval landscape
Wilks, A., Pioneers of topographical printmaking: some comparisons
Lowe, J., and Lawler, M., Landscapes of the iron industry at Blaenafon, Gwent

 

Volume 3 (1981)

Manley, J., Rhuddlan and coastal evolution
Dix, B., The Romano-British farmstead at Odell and its setting
Roffe, D., The Lincolnshire hundred
Hall, D., The changing landscape of the Cambridgeshire silt fens
Drury, P.J., Medieval ‘narrow rig’ at Chelmsford and its possible implications
Reed, M., Pre-parliamentary enclosure in the east Midlands, 1550–1750, and its impact on the landscape

 

Volume 4 (1982)

Challands, A., Thoughts on the survival of pre-Iron Age landscapes in the East Midlands
Roberts, B., The anatomy of the village: observation and extrapolation
Taylor, C.C., Medieval market grants and village morphology
Harvey, M., Regular open-field systems on the Yorkshire Wolds
Owen, A.E.B., Fenland frontier: the establishment of the boundary between Cambridgeshire and Lincolnshire
Carter, H., The internal structure of Welsh towns in the nineteenth century: changing townscapes
Emery, F., Images of an alien landscape: The colony of Natal, 1850–1880

 

Volume 5 (1983)

Fowler, P.J., The countryside in Roman Britain: a study in failure or a failure in study
Reece, R., Continuity on the Cotswolds: some problems of ownership, settlement and hedge survey between Roman Britain and the Middle Ages
Faull, M.L., Roman and Anglo-Saxon settlement patterns in Yorkshire: a computer-generated analysis
Stamper, P.A., The medieval forest of Pamber, Hampshire
Stinson, M., Assarting and poverty in early
fourteenth-century western Yorkshire
Bettey, J.H., Some major influences on the post-medieval landscape of the Bristol region
Mitchell, R.H.S., Ireland: a landscape with politicians

 

Volume 6 (1984

Fleming, A., The prehistoric landscape of Dartmoor: wider implications
Dixon, P., Catastrophe and fallacy: the end of Roman Britain
Zolitz, R., Geographical investigations of deserted medieval villages on the island of Falster, Denmark: a statistical approach
Hayfield, C., Wawne, East Riding of Yorkshire: a case study in settlement morphology
Austin, D., The castle and the landscape: annual lecture to the Society for Landscape Studies, May 1984

 

Volume 7 (1985)

Coones, P., One landscape or many? A geographical perspective
Welch, M., Rural settlement patterns in the Early and Middle Anglo-Saxon periods
Atkin, M., The Anglo-Saxon urban landscape in East Anglia
Hamshere, J., The structure and exploitation of the Domesday Book estate of the Church of Worcester
Austin, D., Medieval archaeology and the landscape
Gilbertson, D., and Collis, J., Linear banks on Crownhill Down, Dartmoor

 

Volume 8 (1986) Religious Sites in the Landscape.

Briggs, S., Druid’s circles in Wales; structured cairns and stone circles examined
Blagg, T., Roman religious sites in the British landscape
Grinsell, L., The Christianisation of prehistoric and other pagan sites
Warner, P., Shared churchyards, freemen church-builders and the development of parishes in eleventh-century East Anglia
Simpson, J., God’s visible judgements: the Christian dimension of landscape legends
Jones, G., Holy wells and the cult of St Helen
Moffat, B., The environment of Battle Abbey estates (East Sussex) in medieval times; a re-evaluation using analysis of pollen and sediments

 

Volume 9 (1987)

Wilson, D., Reading the palimpsest: Landscape studies and air-photography
Young, R., Barrows clearance and land use: some suggestions from the north-east of England
Higham, N., Landscape and land use in northern England: a survey of agricultural potential,
c.500 B.C.–A.D.1000
Haslam, J., The second
burh of Nottingham
Unwin, T., The Norman aggregation of estates and settlement in eleventh-century Nottinghamshire
Lewison, A., Creating a cadastre in the Alpes-Maritimes 1831–1842

 

Volume 10 (1988)

Williamson, T., Explaining regional landscapes: woodland and champion in southern and eastern England
Robinson, P., Mapping the Anglo-Saxon landscape: a land systems approach to the study of the bounds of the estate of Plaish
Haslam, J., The Anglo-Saxon
burh at Wigingamere
Lowe, C., and Reilly, P., Keeills in a landscape: some new light
Hooke, D., The Warwickshire Arden: the evolution and future of an historic landscape

 

Volume 11 (1989)

Ward, A., Cairns and ‘cairn fields’: evidence of early agriculture on Cefn Bryn, Gower, West Glamorgan
Thomas, C., Christians, chapels, churches and charters - or, ‘proto-parochial provisions for the pious in a peninsula’ (Lands End)
Hughes, M., Hampshire castles and the landscape: 1066–1216
Brown, A., and Taylor, C.C., The origins of dispersed settlements; some results from fieldwork in Bedfordshire.
Hutchings, N., The plan of Whatborough: a study of the sixteenth-century map of enclosure

Widgren, M., Strip fields in an Iron-Age context: a case study from Vastergotland, Sweden.
Fulford, M., The landscape of Britain: a review
Higham, N., Settlement, land-use and Domesday ploughlands

Withers, C.W.J “Give us land and plenty of it”: the ideological basis to land and landscape in the Scottish Highlands

Rawat, A.S., The history of deforestation in the central Himalayan region


Volume 13 (1991)

English, B., and Miller, K., The deserted village of Eske, East Yorkshire
Hayfield, C., Manure factories? The post-enclosure high barns of the Yorkshire Wolds
Harvey, P.D.A., The documents of landscape history: snares and delusions
Three case studies of ridge and furrow:
1. Everson, P., Offa’s Dyke at Dudston in Chirbury, Shropshire — A pre-Offan field system?
2 Blood, K., and Bowden, M., The Comby Hills at North Charlton, Northumberland
3 Hooke, D., The relationship between ridge and furrow and mapped strip holdings
Brown, A., Field survey at Grafton Regis: a village plan explained?

 

Volume 14 (1992)

Taylor, C.C., Medieval rural settlement: changing perceptions
Roberts, B.K., Dating villages: theory and practice
Pesez, J-M, The emergence of the village in France and in the west
Thomas, C., A cultural-ecological model of agrarian colonisation in upland Wales
Coney, A., Fish, fowl and fen: landscape and economy in seventeenth-century Martin Mere.
Millward, R., William George Hoskins, Landscape Historian (1908–1992)

 

Volume 15 (1993)

Balkwill, C.J., Old English wďc and the origin of the hundred
Swan, V.G., Jones, B.E.A., and Grady, D. Bolesford, North Riding of Yorkshire: a lost wapentake centre and its landscape
Oosthuizen, S., Isleham: A medieval inland port
Harvey, P.D.A., Estate surveyors and the spread of the scale-map in England 1550–80
Chapman, J., Enclosure commissioners as landscape planners
Brian, A., Lammas meadows

 

Volume 16 (1994)

Young, R., “Destruction is only one facet” ... a study of formation processes and the generation of distribution patterns for later prehistory in northern England
Fleming, A., Swadal, Swar (and Erechwydd?): early medieval polities in upper Swaledale
Bellamy, B., Anglo-Saxon dispersed sites and woodland at Geddington in the Rockingham Forest
Faith, R., Tidenham, Gloucestershire, and the history of the manor in England
Cook, H., Field-scale water management in southern England to A.D. 1900
Rawat, A.S., The history, growth and decay of Naini Tal — a tourist township in the central Himalaya

 

Volume 17 (1995)

Young, R., and Simmonds, T., Marginality and the nature of later prehistoric upland settlement in the north of England
Proudfoot, E., and Aliaga-Kelly, C., Place-names and other evidence for Anglian settlement in south-east Scotland
Taylor, C.C., Dispersed settlement in nucleated areas
Withers, C.W.J., Conceptions of cultural landscape change in upland north Wales: a case study of Llanbedr-y-Cennin and Caerhun parishes,
c.1560– c.1891
Hayfield, C., and Wagner, P., From dolines to dewponds: a study of water supplies on the Yorkshire Wolds
Brown, G., Salisbury Plain Training Area (the management of an ancient landscape)

 

Volume 18 (1996)

Palmer, R., Air photo interpretation and the Lincolnshire fenland
Roberts, B.K., The Great Plough: a hypothesis concerning village genesis and land reclamation in Cumberland and Westmorland
Brown, A.E., Burton Lazars, Leicestershire: a planned medieval landscape?
Smout, C., Pre-improvement fields in upland Scotland: the case of Loch Tayside

Moore-Colyer, R., Ironstone, people and politics; land reclamation around Corby, Northamptonshire, c.1850–1980
Davies, A. and O., English agriculturalists’ attitudes towards grassland vegetation, 1780–1914: an ecological perspective

 

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