Figure 1: Location map of the Devil's Spittleful and Rifle Range reserves near Bewdley, Worcestershire. Digimap (2019) Kidderminster. Roam. 1:50000 colour raster. http://digimap.edina.ac.uk
Figure 2: The Devil's Spittleful. Image: Andrew Hoaen.
Figure 3: Woodcut of the Devil's Spadeful (Griffiths 1839)
Figure 4: Ordnance Survey County Series 1:2500 1st edition 1884. Worcestershire
Figure 5: Photograph of the Devil's Spadeful c. 1900 (Harris 2007)
Figure 6: Ordnance Survey County Series 1:2500 1st revision 1902, Worcestershire
Figure 7: Ordnance Survey. County Series 1:2500 3rd revision 1938, Worcestershire
Figure 8: Google earth image 1/1/1945. Google Earth 184.108.40.2067 Devil's Spittleful. 55° 22' 16.92" N 2°16'49.43" W. Eye Alt 2.85km. The Geoinformation Group 2016. [Last accessed: 21 September 2016]
Figure 9: Google earth image 1/1/1999. Google Earth 220.127.116.117 Devil's Spittleful. 55° 22' 16.92" N 2°16'49.43" W. Eye Alt 2.85km. Infoterra Ltd. and Blue Sky 2016. [Last accessed: 21 September 2016]
Cite this as: Hoaen, A. 2019 Wildness: Conceptualising the wild in contemporary environmental archaeology, Internet Archaeology 53. https://doi.org/10.11141/ia.53.3
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