Locations of Villages

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lucas_1066
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Locations of Villages

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Hey all.

I'm looking for villages and location/ sites similar to the re-enactment dark age town at the Murton park Farm museum at York.

Location in the UK isnt important just trying to get a good wide spread of where they all are.

If its around the dark ages or that time, or well any period will do as long as it looks dark age-ish!

Thanks for any help, links ect

Luke

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Moved here because that forum is for questions related to the running of the forum itself.

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Post by kael »

West Stow in Warwickshire, and Flag Fen (iron age) in East Anglia are tow i can remember that are similar to Murton Park.

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kael wrote:West Stow in Warwickshire, and Flag Fen (iron age) in East Anglia are tow i can remember that are similar to Murton Park.
Surely you mean Suffolk and Cambridgeshire?
There is also the Ancient Technolgy centre in Dorset and the Navan centre in Northern Ireland (iron age)
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We are not exactly a village, more a farmstead...medieval to 19th C.
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and Wychurst of course

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kael - West Stow is in East Anglia, or are there two? :?

Went on a school trip there when I was 10.... :D
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There is a reconstructed crannog on Loch Tay in the civilised end of the country. (Scotland!)
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theres one up near edinburgh run by the clan, theres a civil war one in gosport, theres a medi one in cosmeton whales, think theres a bronze age one in sailsbury area as well
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lidimy wrote:kael - West Stow is in East Anglia, or are there two? :?

Went on a school trip there when I was 10.... :D
Absolutely right. My eldest is going there in the Summer Term.

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