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Norfolk


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political
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Low-lying area crossed by rivers Yare, Wensum, and Bure; noted for Paleolithic, Mesolithic, and Neolithic remains; occupied by British Inceni people in the 3rd century; was wealthy and densely populated in the 11th century; economy based on food-processing, fishing, and shoes.
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