We wish to thank Penelope Allison, Martin Pitts and other members of the BDRT for their support and help in writing this article, and Duncan Brown and Dan Miles (both Historic England), and Jane Timby for providing us with extra information. Sarah Colley thanks everyone who participated in the BDRT surveys and acknowledges the support of an Honorary Visiting Fellowship in the School of Archaeology and Ancient History, University of Leicester.


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