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Garden Archaeology A. E. Brown 17. Medieval Moated Sites F. A. Aberg (e. Brown. 77. The Late Glacial in North–West Europe: Human Adaptation and Environmental Change at the End of the Pleistocene N. Barton, A. J. Roberts, D. Roe (ed. 76. The Breiddin Hillfort: A Later Prehistoric Settlement in the Welsh Marches C. R. Musson, W. Britnell, A. G. Smith. 17. 16. Iron Age Sites in Central Southern England Barry W. Cunliffe.
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In F. Aberg & A. Brown (Ed., Medieval moated sites in North-Western Europe(BAR international series, Vol. 121, pp. 127–171).
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De Hoge Mote te Merkem. Huge numbers of these photographs have survived in archives all over Europe, the United States and even Australia. The Mediaeval Ditched Sites of the Comines- Warneton Region (Hainault Province, Belgium) The ditched site constitutes one of the most characteristic forms of rural land occupation in our regions in the Middle-Ages. Often preserved down to the beginning of the Xx th century, they can lend themselves to historical, cartographical and archaeological studies. In the Comine-Warneton region, 76 ditched sites could thus be inventoried.
From D-Day onwards the numbers of German soldiers who surrendered in north-west Europe were as follows: 200,000 in Normandy; 610,000 up to October 17. .German POWs taken in northwest Europe by month. German POWs in northwest Europe (total).
From D-Day onwards the numbers of German soldiers who surrendered in north-west Europe were as follows: 200,000 in Normandy; 610,000 up to October 17, 1944; . million up to the end of March 1945 and . million up to the end of April 1945, when Hitler died. German POWs Held in Captivity.
A. Aberg and A. Brown, Medieval Moated Sites in North-West Europe, Oxford, British Archaeological Reports International Series l2l, 1981, pp71 - 85, Book Chapter, 1981. Barry, Archaeological Excavations at Dunbeg Promontory Fort, Co. Kerry, 1977, Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 81C, 1981, pp295 - 329 Conference Paper, 1981.