Table 1: % PAS records (1500 BC–AD 1086) associated with different types of land use in England, compared against the % of England covered by each land use type
Table 2: % 1x1km grid cells including records both of archaeological sites (organised by broad monument thesaurus classes) and findspots (including but not limited to PAS data) of the same period
Table 3: Criteria used in recent studies for defining 'sites' based on artefact evidence at a regional level in the UK. Millett (1991) is also included since we used this statistical definition (together with aspects of Brindle's method) as a starting point for developing our own approach
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