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" ... referred to upon our eastern coast. The period was probably within some few years after the Norman conquest, since shipping, it is acknowledged, came up to Norwich as late as the year 1078. Woodward, in the tract already quoted, says : " Since the... "
Geology of the Counties of England and of North and South Wales - Seite 191
von William Jerome Harrison - 1882 - 346 Seiten
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Chronica Johannis de Oxenedes, Band 13

Johannes de Oxenedes - 1859 - 386 Seiten
...in the tract already quoted, says : " Since the Conquest the villages of Shipden, " Keswick, Clare, Wimpwell, Eccles, and Ness, or the " greater part...seen " buried, as it were, within the Marram hills." The annals of Inundation, as recorded in our ancient Chronicles, deserve more notice than has hitherto...
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Rerum Britannicarum Medii Aevi Scriptores: Or Chronicles and ..., Band 13

1859
...in the tract already quoted, says : " Since the Conquest the villages of Shipdeu, " Keswick, Clare, Wimpwell, Eccles, and Ness, or the " greater part...seen " buried, as it were, within the Marram hills." The annals of Inundation, ¡is recorded in our ancient Chronicles, deserve more notice than has hitherto...
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The Geology of the Country Around Cromer: (Explanation of Sheet 68 E.)

Clement Reid - 1882 - 143 Seiten
...higher result, viz., 2-83 yards per annum. " Since the Conquest the villages of Shipden, Keswick, Clare, Wimpwell, Eccles, and Ness, or the greater part of them, have been washed away."* Besides the ordinary action of the waves on the coast, it is evident that submarine denudation must...
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The Geology of the Country Around Cromer: (Explanation of Sheet 68 E.)

Clement Reid - 1882 - 143 Seiten
...2-83 yards per annum. " Since the Conquest the villages of Shipden, Keswick, Clare, Wimpwell, Ecoles, and Ness, or the greater part of them, have been washed away."* The churches of Beeston Regis and Sidestrand are now near the cliff, and lately the latter has been dismantled,...
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