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It was here, in the early days of geology, that many secrets of the earth’s history were discovered.

Around 200 million years ago, at the beginning of the period we now call the Jurassic, this region was covered by sea.

On the Yorkshire coast rocks from the Jurassic period (dating back 150-200 million years ago) are exposed for all to see, in a series of spectacular cliffs and bays.

This continuous exposure of rock has made the Yorkshire coast popular with geologists for generations.

The ocean receded from this area by the time of the Middle Jurassic, around 170 million years ago.

Possibly, the Romans placed a signal station there, similar to the one down the coast at Scarborough, on part of the peninsula that has long since been washed into the sea.

By the time the Anglo-Saxons conquered most of what is now England in the 5 century it was part of the Anglian Kingdom of Northumbria ruled from 642-670 by Osuiu, or Oswy (and a variety of other spellings too).

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