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The port town of Winchelsea is mentioned in most books which discuss medieval England, mainly concentrating on the town as a member of the Cinque Ports. This monograph suggests that Winchelsea may have been considerably larger and more influential during the 13th and 14th centuries, than is usually considered to be the case.
The authors have long worked as a team. David, a former president of the Vernacular Architecture Group, is senior Historic Buildings Officer with the Field Archaeology Unit, University College London, and Barbara is an assistant Historic Buildings Officer with the same organization. Over the past thirty years they have undertaken extensive archaeological field work within south-east England, principally in the study of Vernacular architecture. They have an extensive publication record. Their speciality is the medieval and early-post-medieval domestic buildings of East Sussex. In addition to his work for University College London, David lectures for the Continuing Education Department of Sussex University.
B. Martin, D. Martin
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Field Archaeology Unit Monograph - Institute of Archaeology, London S.