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As Dyson (1995:36) emphasizes, the dominance of written records resulted ‘until recently, in the creation of a text that neglects not only the urban poor, but also rural life in general’. Whilst the new ‘culture history’ has extended the scope of the study of written documents into the ‘everyday, the unspoken, and the material’ (Johnson, Chapter 2), it is still generally acknowledged that archaeology has the power to subvert the master narratives which so often dominate written records, to ‘find the spaces between words and things’ (Hall, Chapter 12).