Post Medieval

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Post Medieval is an archaeological term, meaning anything of a period after the end of the medieval period. In England, this effectively means anything from the Tudor period (1485–1601) or after. Some archaeologists consider the Post Medieval period to end around 1750 with a Modern period after this, but others include all finds after 1485 to be Post Medieval. Also see Post-medieval archaeology.

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