The Medieval Town Wall of Great Yarmouth, Norfolk: A Geological Perlustration

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Archaeopress, 2008 - Social Science - 106 pages

In the Middle Ages, Great Yarmouth was a town of considerable economic and strategic significance; in 1334, it ranked fourth in English provincial towns in its wealth. This work examines in detail the construction and, more especially, material composition of the Great Yarmouth town walls.

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Contents

CHAPTER TWO THE STRUCTURE AND COMPOSITION OF THE WALLS
15
CHAPTER FOUR THE WALL FABRIC AN ANALYSIS
60
EARLY WALLS TOWERS RAMPIRES
73
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John F. Potter

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