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Title: Early historic settlement on the western carselands of the Forth valley: a reappraisal
Author(s): Harrison, John
Tipping, Richard
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Keywords: Archaeological geology
Geology Scotland
Forest management
Forests and forestry Scotland History
Issue Date: 2007
Date Deposited: 19-May-2009
Citation: Harrison J & Tipping R (2007) Early historic settlement on the western carselands of the Forth valley: a reappraisal. Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, 137, pp. 461-470.
Abstract: This paper challenges the view, widespread amongst historians and archaeologists, that prior to the Improvement period the carselands west of Stirling were devoid of settlement due to near-continuous peat mosses.
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