Dovecotes Or Doocots

history of dovecotes | Nature Magazine

history dovecotes The national trust and the national Trust for Scotland Between Them Own About 20 Dovecotes Or Doocots As They are Called North Of The Border These 20 Represent only A small Proportion Of A Hugs Number of dovecotes that from Norman time until the 17th century provided an important source of fresh meat dovecotes are often built of local material  and provide an Architecture al record in miniature – for example those in the Cotswold’s are built of the famous local limestone while in Worcestershire they are half-timbered with wattle and daub walls. Before root crops were widely grown

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