An Historical Geography of England and Wales by Robin A. Dodgshon. Robert A; Butlin

By Robin A. Dodgshon. Robert A; Butlin

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Of Archaeological Science, 3 (1976), pp. 193-210; R. Miket, in C. Burgess and R. , British Archaeological Reports, 33 (1976), pp. 113-42. 22. J. G. Evans, The Environment of Early Man in the British Isles, (London, 1975), p. 110. 23. Spratt and Simmons, 'Prehistoric activity and environment on the North York Moors', p. 116. 24. Evans, The Environment of Early Man; Simmons and Tooley, The Lnuironment in British Prehistory. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43.

Ii, pp. 67--8; Renfrew, British Prehistory; J. V. S. Megaw and D. D. A. Simpson, Introduction to British Prehistory (Leicester, 1979). 5. Megaw and Simpson, Introduction to British Prehistory. 6. D. Clarke, 'Mesolithic Europe: The economic basis', in G. de Sieve king, I. H. Longworth and K. E. ), Problems of Prehistoric and Social Archaeology, (London, 1976), pp. 449--81; P. Fowler, 'Wildscape to Landscape; "enclosure" in prehistoric Britain', in R. ), Farming Practice in British Prehistory, (Edinburgh, 1981), pp.

D . 4 3 . In particular, the establishment of R o m a n control w a s considerably easier a m o n g s t the m o r e central­ ized political g r o u p s to the south-east. H e r e , ultimate control p a s s e d from o n e authority to a n o t h e r u n d e r local leaders s u c h a s C o g i d u b n u s . T h e Catuvellauni, T r i n o v a n t e s a n d Cantiaci f o r m e d early c a n t o n s o r civitates, with A t r e b a t e s a n d Iceni a d d e d as client k i n g d o m s . ' W i t h i n little m o r e than a m o n t h of landing, the s o u t h ­ east w a s firmly in R o m a n h a n d s .

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