Bill Bevan of inHeritage wrote the text and sourced all the images. Thank you to English Heritage for funding the publication of the booklet through the Aggregates Levy Sustainability Fund. Sarah Cole and Pete Wilson (English Heritage) and Dinah Saich and Roy Sykes (South Yorkshire Archaeology Service) provided invaluable comment on the text and reconstruction drawings. David McLeod of English Heritage kindly advised and supplied the aerial photographs. Georgia Litherland edited the text.
Steve Fox for all the reconstructions, the Vicus provided the photographs of re-enactors and Doncaster Museum supplied the photograph of the Brodsworth pot. South Yorkshire Archaeology Service Thames Valley Archaeology Service, ArchaeoPhysica, Archaeological Services WYAS and ARCUS kindly provided photographs of their excavations and geophysical surveys. LaFarge provided the photograph of limestone quarrying. All aerial photographs were supplied by the English Heritage National Monument Record, Swindon. Copyright of the images is held by all the above individuals and organisations with the exception of the reconstruction drawings which are copyright inHeritage and Steve Fox.
Ordnance Survey mapping is reproduced with the permission of the Controller of Her Majesty’s Stationary Office. © Crown Copyright. Unauthorised reproduction infringes Crown Copyright and may lead to prosecution or civil proceedings. Sheffield City Council 10018816. 2006
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