Medieval Settlement Research Number 32, 2017

Articles

The origin and early development of the Medieval Settlement Research Group
Christopher Dyer

Open fields and village planning during the late Saxon period: a Carleton and a Carlton in West Yorkshire
Stuart Wrathmell

Wolmersty manor in Lincolnshire: from Domesday to demise
I.G. Simmons

Westbury-sub-Mendip, Somerset: an irregular agglomerated polyfocal settlement?
Barry Lane†

Further research on a predictive model of early medieval settlement location in South Wales: exploring the use of field-names as proxy data
Andy Seaman

Travelling through a river delta: a landscape-archaeological reconstruction of river development and long-distance connections in the Netherlands during the first millennium AD
Esther Jansma, Rowin J. van Lanen and Harm Jan Pierik

John Hurst Dissertation Prize

Symbols of initiative and power? Parish church foundation in rural settlements of the Saxo-Norman Danelaw
Norma Oldfield

Reports

The living and the dead at Wharram Percy: recent reanalysis of some human remains from the medieval settlement
Simon Mays

The deserted medieval settlement at (?)Barrow, Odcombe, Somerset: trial excavations in 2014
James Gerrard and Andrew Agate (with contributions by Berni Seddon, Kevin Hayward, Don O’Meara and Kevin Rielly)

Test pit excavation within Currently Occupied Rural Settlements: results of the English CORS project in 2016
Carenza Lewis

EMASS 2015: a brief report
Sarah Mallet, Victoria Sainsbury and Abigail Tompkins

The Rector’s Gift. Integrating church development and village landscape at Car Colston (Nottinghamshire) and elsewhere
Paul Everson and David Stocker

Living Standards and Material Culture in English Rural Households 1300–1600
Alice Forward and Ben Jervis

Feeding Anglo-Saxon England: the bioarchaeology of an agricultural revolution (‘FeedSax’)
Helena Hamerow

Book Reviews
Edited by Neil Christie

MSRG Bibliographies for 2015 and 2016
Compiled by Andy Ford

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