H 297 x W 210 mm
Illustrated throughout in black & white
Published Jul 2015
This study provides evidence of a widespread settlement pattern that existed in an upland area of the Eastern Massif of the Black Mountains in South-East Wales, now sparsely populated, and that they can be dated from the late medieval and early post-medieval periods respectively.
Preface Chapter 1: Introduction to Study Chapter 2: Physical Background of the Study Area Chapter 3: Drystone Walling and Vernacular Architecture Chapter 4: Research Methodology Chapter 5: Site Analysis and Site Types Chapter 6: Site Feature Analysis Chapter 7: Industrial Buildings and Associated Industries Chapter 8: Historical Narrative: General, Regional and Local Chapter 9: Documentary Evidence Appendix A: Database spreadsheet Appendix B: Masonry Appendix C: DSWA – Craft Certification Advanced and Master Craftsman test regulations (2013) Bibliography