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Chapter Two Man takes a Hand
Chapter Four Field and Hedgerow
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acres arable land areas of heathland bird boundaries Breckland Britain broads Cambridge University Collection Cambridgeshire Chalk clay common conifer coppicing crag crops cultivation deposits depressions ditch documents Domesday drainage East Anglia east Suffolk eastern counties eastern England ecological eighteenth century enclosure example farm farmland feet felling Fenland fields Figure flint Forestry Commission former glacial grazing ground habitat heathland heaths hedge hedgerow Huntingdonshire Icknield insects Ipswich Knapwell landscape Langmere layer lichens maps marl marsh marshland mediaeval miles nearby Neolithic Norfolk and Suffolk Orford Ness oxlip P. H. Armstrong parish pasture pattern peat Peddars pine pits plantations plants ploughed pollen probably rabbits reedbed remains removed River Roman roads sand Sandlings sandy Scots pine sedge seems sheep shrub soil sometimes species Staverton substantial Suffolk Sandlings Survey Swaffham Bulbeck Thetford Forest timber Tithe trackway trees valleys vegetation village Walberswick warren Wicken woodland Woodwalton