Medieval Fishing Structures and Baskets at Sudbrook Point, Severn Estuary, Wales

  title={Medieval Fishing Structures and Baskets at Sudbrook Point, Severn Estuary, Wales},
  author={Alex O. Brown},
MEDIEVAL FISHING STRUCTURES AND BASKETS AT SUDBROOK POINT, SEVERN ESTUARY, WALES The Severn Estuary contains some of the best-preserved evidence for historic fishing structures from the British Isles. The majority of these are medieval and later in date.122 During January 2007, storms and more than usually vigorous tidal currents scoured away the loose sediment from the foreshore at Sudbrook, located below the Welsh landfall of the Second Severn Crossing (Fig 18), revealing a range of… CONTINUE READING

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