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Cutacre (Paperback)

Excavating a prehistoric, medieval, and post-medieval landscape

Imprint: Oxford Archaeology North
Series: Greater Manchester's Past Revealed
Pages: 60
ISBN: 9781907686344
Published: 30th November 2019
Casemate UK Academic



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Cutacre, near Bolton in Greater Manchester, was once a rural landscape, which was settled and developed during the prehistoric and historic periods, with large-scale coal mining becoming a notable feature of the nineteenthcentury landscape. This booklet presents the results of archaeological survey and excavation that were carried out in this area, prior to its redevelopment as a public open space and mixed-use commercial site. This work offers an excellent insight into the use of the ancient landscape, and provides rare details relating to Bronze Age settlement and medieval iron production, together with the different types of rural houses that existed in the seventeenth century.

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