A history of the medieval town of yarmouth in england

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List of town walls in England and Wales

Many of the earliest settlers in these various districts must have been working the salterns, and it was likely the availability here of salt, important for the curing of meat and fish, that attracted visits from traders of north-western Europe.

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These burh walls sometimes utilised older Roman fortifications, and themselves frequently survived into the early medieval period.

Under a peace treaty between Wessex and the Danes inColchester was incorporated in the Danelaw. St Nicholas Church was destroyed in That might seem surprising but ships from the Kentish ports fished off Great Yarmouth.

The same process of reclamation left the site riddled with watercourses locally called "fleets", from the Anglo-Saxon term meaning creek ranging in size from streams to small rivers, and the course of these likewise exercised an influence on the topography of settlement. However, it was the north-south road connecting the Saturday and Tuesday markets, thanks in part to the original bridge over the Purfleet, that was the focus for settlement.

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The English Civil War in s saw many town walls pressed back into service, with older medieval structures frequently reinforced with more modern earthwork bastions and sconces. The first town walls were built by the Romans, following their conquest of Britain in 43 AD.

As this trade regularized, a few of the foreign traders may themselves have settled. The Old Merchants House dates from the late 17th century. It was perhaps the anchorage in the mouth of the River Gay that had encouraged the growth of this market nearby, which in turn attracted settlement.

Many of these defences survived the fall of the Roman Empire in the 4th and 5th centuries, and were used in the unstable post-Roman period.

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This list of town walls in England and Wales describes the fortified walls built and maintained around these towns and cities from the 1st century AD onwards. The first town walls were built by the Romans, following their conquest of Britain in 43 AD. The Romans typically initially built walled forts, some of which were later converted into rectangular towns, protected by either wooden or.

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