Wansdyke

[district] Wansdyke was a non-metropolitan district within the County of Avon, in the west of England from 1974 to 1996. The district was formed by the Local Government Act 1972 on 1 April 1974 as part of a reform of local authorities throughout England and Wales. Under the reorganisation, the area surrounding the cities of Bath and Bristol...
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Wansdyke

[earthwork] Wansdyke (from Woden`s Dyke) is a series of early medieval defensive linear earthworks in the West Country of England, consisting of a ditch and a running embankment from the ditch spoil, with the ditching facing north. There are two main parts: an eastern dyke which runs between Savernake Forest and Morgan`s Hill in Wiltshire, ...
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Wansdyke

Anglo-Saxon defensive earthwork in England, probably built in the 5th century as a defence against continental invaders. It runs for from Bristol to Wiltshire, and may have had a wooden wall or...
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