The author would like to thank Keith Challis and the Institute of Archaeology and Antiquity at the University of Birmingham for their advice and support in developing this project. The author is also extremely grateful for the support of Tim Grubb, Historic Environment Officer at Gloucestershire County Council Archaeology Service and the Cranham Local History Society project team (Will Handley, Martin Whitaker, Harold Wingham and Jim Green) for permission to use their data. The author would like to acknowledge the grant and donations that facilitated the LIDAR survey from the Cotswold Conservation Board Sustainable Development Fund and the following groups/individuals:


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