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This map, from the first decade of the 17 century, illustrated Kibworth Harcourt on the eve of the agricultural revolution, just prior to the enclosure movement that would wipe out the Medieval strip farming.

Published in Early Modern

This map is of particular interest for several reasons. More generally it displays the advancement in cartography.

More specifically to Harcourt, it shows the impact of the enclosure movement and the development of more modern land holdings and agricultural practices.

Published in Early Modern

This map of Kibworth Harcourt from 1884 was probably still an accurate representation of land holdings on the eve of the Great War in 1914.

Published in Modern
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