- Author:W P B Stonehouse,David Chadderton,History (Ancient),Barbara Booth
- Publisher:Saddleworth Archaeological Trust (July 1, 2001)
- Subcategory:Ancient Civilizations
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Prehistory of Saddleworth and Adjacent Areas, Th. Therefore this book was selected from the local library. I have discovered that Saddleworth Moor, not at all any surprise to me, has seen sparse and fleeting human activity over the past millenias
Prehistory of Saddleworth and Adjacent Areas, The. ISBN. 0954070216 (ISBN13: 9780954070212). I have discovered that Saddleworth Moor, not at all any surprise to me, has seen sparse and fleeting human activity over the past millenias. Interesting to discover that most of the flora and fauna was trashed back in the old stone age by those environmentally unfriendly hunter gatherers almost ten thousand years ago, leaving the peaty boggy landsca Have been interested to know the ancient history of the area that I reside in for some time.
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The history of the region clearly dates further back than the Domesday Book however.
The first documentary evidence of Saddleworth appears in the Domesday Book in which it is referred to as "Quick", spelt "Thoac"; where it is described as "Land of the King in Eurvicsire (Yorkshire), Agbrigg Wapentake. The history of the region clearly dates further back than the Domesday Book however. Place names derived from Celtic and Anglian dialects, along with the discovery of flint arrowheads and gold Viking rings all point to a much earlier Saddleworth, possibly as old as the Stone Age. A Roman road from Chester to York.
Stone and timber circles. Stone circle design varies considerably. The structures that survive from prehistory might not be what we’d normally think of as ‘architecture’. But these buildings still inspire awe today. The King’s Men circle at Rollright Stones, Oxfordshire, was seemingly once a continuous ring-wall of stones, with a single narrow entrance; and there is debate about whether the recumbent stones at Arbor Low in Derbyshire ever stood upright. Sometimes stones were selected for their natural shape. Houses are almost invisible in the archaeological record of the Neolithic and Bronze Ages.
Chadderton is a town in the Metropolitan Borough of Oldham, Greater . The oldest listed buildings are farmhouses and a country house.
Chadderton is a town in the Metropolitan Borough of Oldham, Greater Manchester, England and it is unparished. It contains 19 listed buildings that are recorded in the National Heritage List for England. The Rochdale Canal runs through the town, and two structures associated with it are listed, a bridge and a lock. The later buildings reflect the growing wealth of the town, and include cotton mills, churches, civic buildings, and a war memorial.
It is the home of 3 Commando Brigade and referred to by commandos as 'the spiritual home of the Royal Marines'
It is the home of 3 Commando Brigade and referred to by commandos as 'the spiritual home of the Royal Marines'. Since the Corps' foundation in 1664, Marines have been quartered in Plymouth.
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