By Kath Thompson
Issue 25, Summer 2012 pp 12-16
“The early history of Bristol is obscure. Although archaeological excavation is beginning to shed light on the development of the town, the townsmen left no written records to provide a picture of the political framework, within which the town emerged, nor of how power was mediated in the town”. Thompson looks at early records of Bristol, and what events and factors influenced its development.
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