An historical atlas of Norfolk
Jane Everett, Norfolk Museums Service, Federation of Norfolk Historical and Archaeological Organisations
Norfolk Museums Service in association with the Federation of Norfolk Historical and Archaeological Organisations, 1994 - History - 207 pages
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19th century acres agricultural Anglo-Saxon arable Archdeaconry Aylsham Breckland brick Broadland Bronze Age Buckenham buildings built Castle central Norfolk centre chalk churches coast coastal common Conservation Areas Cromer crops decline defences deposits Dereham Domesday early East Anglia East Anglian Archaeology Elmham enclosure England evidence example Excavations farmers farming Fenland Flegg flint gentry glacial heath houses hundreds Hunstanton important increased industry King's Lynn land landscape Late Saxon later loam London major manor manorial map shows market towns marsh Marshland mason medieval ments Mesolithic Middle Saxon mills moats monuments Neolithic North Elmham north Norfolk North Walsham Norwich Ouse parishes park pattern peat period population probably production railway recorded remains river roads Roman round-towered churches rural schools settlement soils south Norfolk Suffolk survived Swaffham Thetford tion tower Union valleys villages west Norfolk Weybourne whilst windpumps woodland workhouses Wymondham Yarmouth