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n.1.See Burg.
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The low heart weight of birds fed water at 40% of ad libitum is consistent with results reported by Burh et al.
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They have completed regular exchanges with Wolfgang and Loni Burh and their two children.
Charters from the late Saxon period show that there was a settlement - a burh - on top of Bredon Hill as late as the 10th century, probably re-using the defensive ramparts that the Iron Age had left behind.
Aethelflaed's burh building was matched by her brother, who used his fortifications as bases to take back territory.
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Two especially important revisions concern the origins of the Roman town, and the location of the alleged Saxon royal burh of Kingsbury.
the twelfth-century trilingual gloss 'sarcofagum: burh, sarcu' (Hunt, I.