Eashing – the 30th burh to be cited in the Burghal Hidage
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“ The site, centred at SU 948437, is situated on a promontory between two small valleys.
There is a low but definite bank on the east, west and south sides. Parts of this bank are tree-covered and much spread.
With its relatively undeveloped interior and its short term of occupation, perhaps only from 880 to 930AD the site might reveal a great deal of information about the nature of the late Anglo-Saxon town.”
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