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The middle Thames Valley
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|Statement||[by] Timothy Gates.|
|Series||Publication - Berkshire Archaeological Committee ; no. 1|
|LC Classifications||DA670.T2 G37|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||79 p. :|
|Number of Pages||79|
|LC Control Number||78309332|
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The Middle Thames Valley extends from Goring near Reading to Central London, and includes the largest single spread of river terrace deposits in the country. These deposits record the Thames' history over the last million years, and have been studied in detail by the author.
The deposits largely comprise spreads of gravel and by: The construction of Terminal 5 at Heathrow, today the world's busiest international airport, was preceded by one of the largest archaeological investigations ever undertaken in the UK. Its scale has for the first time allowed the complex history of the Middle Thames Valley to be : Hardcover.
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Part of the The Geological Conservation Review Series book series (GCRS) Abstract The term ‘Middle Thames’ refers to that part of the river’s course between the Goring Gap and by: 1. Book Review. The Pleistocene history of the Middle Thames Valley.
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Towns The middle Thames Valley book the Middle Thames benefited particularly from the growing demands of the London market, while towns in the Upper Thames profited from.
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Middle Iron Age (MIA) to the beginning of the 2nd century AD. The selected study area is the Upper and Middle Thames Valley. The book uses the grid/group designations of Mary Douglas’ Cultural Theory as a tool to produce a more multifaceted picture of the period, exploring the assemblages of these rural settlements to understand the nature of the.
This approach develops new ways of thinking about the variability observed in rural settlements from the end of the Middle Iron Age (MIA) to the early 2nd century AD; the selected study area is the Upper and Middle Thames Valley. This book uses the grid/group designations of Mary Douglas’ Cultural Theory as a tool to produce a more multifaceted picture of the.
Years in the Life of a River. The longest river in England, the Thames, has witnessed the entire history of a country and its capital. The Story of the Thames looks at history from the river’s perspective, investigating how the life of the nation has affected the river and, in turn, how the river has been viewed by those who live along its length.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Gates, Timothy. Middle Thames Valley. [Reading]: Berkshire Archaeological Committee, (OCoLC) A review of the rich and diverse evidence for understanding past climate and environmental change in the Thames Valley, and the effects on plant and animal populations and the challenges and opportunities these presented to early humans.
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Its boundaries vary with context. The area is a major tourist destination and economic hub, includes part of the M4 corridor, and is sometimes referred to as England's Silicon Valley due to the concentration of high-technology. Book reviews: Gibbard, P.L.
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The River Thames (/ˈtɛmz/ (listen) TEMZ), known alternatively in parts as the Isis, is a river that flows through southern England including London. At miles ( km), it is the longest river entirely in England and the second-longest in the United Kingdom, after the River Severn.⁃ coordinates: 51°41′39″N 2°01′47″W.
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The town of Uxbridge (whose place you can still find marked on many maps) lay in the valley of a small river, a confluent of the Thames. Up this valley it was certain that the lava-stream must flow; and, indeed, at the present day, the basin around is completely filled by one of the solidest and most forbidding masses of black basalt in the.
The prosperous valley of the River Thames, west of London, has long served as a country getaway for the English elite, from royalty on down. Within easy reach of the capital, but utterly different in character, its pastoral landscape is peppered with.
The geomorphology of a part of the Middle Thames forty years on: a reappraisal of the work of F. Kenneth Hare. Proc. Geol. Ass., (4), InHare published his classic morphological study of the Middle Thames by: Middle Thames Branch Mapledurham to Old Windsor.
The Middle Thames branch covers the stretch from Mapledurham to Old Windsor. Leaving Mapledurham with its old and beautiful mill, one passes through a stretch of open country before entering Reading.
Across the Chilterns, the Thames Valley and the Vale of Aylesbury, the ghosts of those who have made much of our national history, and of some of our greatest writers, are all around us. We hope this guide will help you to discover and enjoy the quieter, quirkier attractions which Slow travel is all about – and, as this can only be a.
Thames Valley Grammar School was opened in under one of the youngest headmasters in the country, Mr Harold Willoughby Bligh ( to ).
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