A History of English Field Names (Approaches to Local by John Field

By John Field

box names should not merely attention-grabbing in themselves, but additionally a wealthy resource of data in regards to the groups originating them. The earliest recorded names frequently describe purely the positioning or nature of the land, yet adjustments in language, know-how, social company, land possession or even spiritual and political considering have all contributed to an incredibly advanced photograph this day. A pioneering history.

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