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These are the earliest dated finds from the Wakefield area and are from the Palaeolithic Period, making them over 10, 000 years old. A number were found in 1812 in a field of the Roman Station Farm near Aberford Road, they weighed over 40lbs.It is easy to see why the Romans chose this spot for their camp, at the River Calder end of the ridge that runs from here through Stanley to Lofthouse it looks down over the lower land above the River.There is, however, one bastion of this art form which fights for survival on a weekly basis, and is pervasive enough that few people in this country live more than five or ten miles away from its auditorium: the Afro-American sermon.The black sermon is stated in the vernacular, with inflection and timing so musical that many have compared it in style to improvised jazz.

This transcript covers the births, marriages and deaths of British Service Personnel throughout the world.Pages 165-173A History of the County of Warwick: Volume 4, Hemlingford Hundred.Originally published by Victoria County History, London, 1947.There was also found a pot containing 7,198 third brass coins in a field belonging to Smalley Bight Farm in 1905 and dated from the 4th century they were found near the River bank where earth works constructed by the Romans can still be seen.The hoard was probably to pay the Roman troops here in Britain and it is thought the hoard was buried during the time the Scottish invaded England between 361 and 368.Realizing that sermons are essentially an aural form of art and not given easily to written transcription, I have included a cassette tape (now a CD, 2004) with examples keyed to text.These examples are from my own library, and several are from recordings off the radio. These examples are there for comparison, but also are included because they in themselves are wonderful examples of the art of oration.In October 1889 two flint hand axes were found at Lee Moor, one was about five inches long and the other about three and a half inches long.Several knives we also found in March 1892 at Lake Lock.Any attacking armys would use the River to enter the area giving the Romans time to mount an attacking force.The Romans would have the advantage of being able to defend the area from higher ground.

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