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DUNSBY

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Medieval settlement consisting of crofts and building foundations, including a church with associated fields. The remains are visible as cropmarks and earthworks. The village is first recorded in the Domesday Book. From the 11th to 13th centuries it grew into an nucleated settlement and then gradually became depopulated. To the west are a group of embanked enclosures or fields and the foundations of two square buildings. This may be associated with the medieval village or be of post-medieval date. Scheduled.

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