Ridge and Furrow in Buckinghamshire
March 1 @ 2:30 pm - 4:00 pm
A talk by Julian Hunt, 1st March at 2:30 pm
The landscape of North Buckinghamshire is full of ridge and furrow, the remains of common arable fields where each strip was cultivated by a different farmer according to strict rules of crop rotation. The feature is less well preserved in South Bucks, but Julian will show that the three field system was used in the Chilterns and the Thames Valley and will attempt to prove when it was introduced into England.
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