relief, hills

Norden's Hampshire 1595

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Hills John Norden uses little hillocks generally shaded on the east, to indicate relief. Perhaps:-
  • important or isolated hills
  • steep scarp
  • uneven ground, hilliness
  • high ground, ie altitude
  • watersheds

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'modern' name (parish; ngr) and old name (hundred) if given
Butser Hill (Langrish parish; SU7120) = butser hill (East meane Hundred)
butser hill (East meane Hundred) = Butser Hill (Langrish parish; SU7120)
Danebury Hill (Nether Wallop parish; SU3236) = dunbury hill (Andover extra Hundred)
dunbury hill (Andover extra Hundred) = Danebury Hill (Nether Wallop parish; SU3236)
Portsdown (Portsmouth parish; SU6_0_)


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