10,650 Works

Images and GIS data from an Archaeological Evaluation of Land at Mickle Well Park, Daventry, Northamptonshire, January to February 2019

This collection comprises images and GIS data from an archaeological evaluation of land at Mickle Well Park, Daventry, Northamptonshire. This work was undertaken by Cotswold Archaeology between January and February 2019. The fieldwork comprised the excavation of one hundred and twenty trenches.

Image and GIS from an Archaeological Watching Brief at Hinkley Point C Connection Project, Stage 1.2: Churchill Substation, North Somerset, 2019

This collection comprises images and GIS data from an Archaeological Watching Brief on land adjacent to Churchill Substation, Stock Lane, North Somerset. This work was undertaken by Cotswold Archaeology in May 2019 and was part of the Hinkley Point C Connection Project and was maintained during Stage 1.2 of the authorised development at Churchill Y Route.

Images and Report from an Archaeological Evaluation on land east of Axminster, Devon, 2018

Laura Caygill-Lowery
This collection comprises images and a report from an archaeological trial trench evaluation on land east of Axminster, Devon. The archaeological work was undertaken over 24 days between the 30th July and the 7th September 2018, and comprised the excavation of 63 trenches.

review: Hodgson, The Roman Baths at Wallsend (Arbeia Society Roman Archaeological Studies 2)

Pete R Wilson
Archaeologia Aeliana, 49.5, 308-309

Political Portraits in the Lit and Phil

Paul Gailiunas
Archaeologia Aeliana, 48.5, 133-147

Book review: Collins and Symonds, Hadrian's Wall 2009-2019

Yimeng Zhang, Fawzi Q Abudanah & Jurgen Obmann
Archaeologia Aeliana, 48.5, 171-175

Images from an Archaeological Evaluation of 57 Stamford Road, Oakham 2021

Steve Williams & Daniel Phillips
This collection comprises images from a small two trench evaluation at 57 Stamford Road, undertaken by drp archaeology at the pre-determination stage around an existing dwelling. Archaeological background off the site demonstrates a rich prehistoric landscape, including a BA/IA pit alignment to the south. The excavation revealed solid undisturbed geology. No archaeological features, deposits or finds were revealed.

Images and GIS data from an Archaeological Evaluation of Land between Longwick Road and Mill Lane, Buckinghamshire 2018

This collection comprises images and GIS data from an archaeological evaluation undertaken by Cotswold Archaeology in January 2018 on Land between Longwick Road and Mill Lane, Buckinghamshire, as part of a planning requirement.

Images from Archaeological Recording of the Robinson Arch Clock Tower, Auckland Castle, Bishop Auckland, 2020-2021

This collection comprises images from archaeological monitoring and recording undertaken by Archaeological Services Durham University at the Robinson Arch clock tower, Auckland Castle, Bishop Auckland between August 2020 to May 2021. The images include exterior shots of the clock tower in the setting, interior architectural features and fabric of the structure.

Reports and Data from an Archaeological Watching Brief at Myddelton House, Saffron Walden, Essex 2015

This collection comprises site data (spreadsheet, reports and cad drawings) from an archaeological watching brief at the rear of Myddylton House, Myddleton Place, Saffron Walden during extension works, undertaken by Archaeology South-East (ASE). The house is a Grade II Listed Building dating from the mid-16th century, with additions of the early 18th century and re-fronted in the early/mid-19th century. Groundworks recorded several features representing at least three phases of occupation of the site, from the...

Images from a Historic Building Recording Survey of the Canal Tramway, Bude, Cornwall 2021

Connor Motley
This collection comprises images from a building recording survey of the remains of a historic tramway beside the canal in Bude, Cornwall that had been exposed by rough seas. Work was commissioned by Cormac Solutions Ltd and undertaken by Cornwall Archaeological Unit between February and March 2021. The historic tramway was used throughout the 19th century and first part of the 20th century to transport sand form the beach onto tug boats on the canal...

Site Data from an Archaeological Evaluation at The Distaff, Belmont Hill, Newport 2014

This collection comprises images from an archaeological evaluation, undertaken by Archaeology South-East in advance of development of land to the north of 'The Distaff', Belmont Hill, Newport, Essex in 2014.

Site Data from an Archaeological Watching Brief of the Beetle Loggery at Walden Castle, Saffron Walden 2015

This collection comprises the digital archive for an archaeological watching brief at Walden Castle Beetle Loggery undertaken by Archaeology South-East in February 2015. Archaeological monitoring revealed modern artefacts and layers of modern made-ground, indicating that the area had been landscaped at some time during the 20th Century.

Historic building recording of the Footbridge at St Erth Railway Station, 2021

This collection comprises images. Cornwall Archaeological unit was commissioned by Ewan Dommett of John Sisk and Son Ltd on behalf of Network Rail to carry out a historic building record of a railway footbridge at St Erth Station, in advance of its removal and relocation. St Erth Station is located approximately 5km to the south-east of St Ives and 1km north-west of St Erth village just to the south of Rose-an-Grouse.

Site Data from an Archaeological Evaluation at Bedford Commercial Park, Marston Vale, Wootton, Bedfordshire 2020

This collection comprises site data (images, CAD and report) from an archaeological evaluation carried out by MOLA at Bedford Commercial Park, Marston Vale, Wootton, Bedfordshire. Evaluation trenches were excavated on the site between the 19th and 28th October 2020.

Living Between the Monuments: The prehistory of the Dishforth to Barton A1 Motorway Improvements Digital Monograph, 2021

This collection comprises the monograph Living Between the Monuments: The prehistory of the Dishforth to Barton A1 Motorway Improvements and accompanying figures. The monograph presents the early prehistoric evidence from archaeological excavations in 2009-2010, and 2013-2017 during the improvement of two sections of the A1 dual carriageway to motorway status between Dishforth and Barton in North Yorkshire. The A1 passes through an area rich in Neolithic and Early Bronze Age monuments, and the road schemes...

Images and Report from Archaeological Watching Brief at Powick Weir, Powick, Worcester July to October 2018

This collection comprises images and a metal detecting survey report from an archaeological watching brief undertaken by Cotswold Archaeology July to October 2018. This watching brief took place during groundworks associated with the removal of part of Powick Weir built in 2000, and the establishment of the site compound and material handling area.

Images from Historic Building Recording of a barn at Back Lane Farm, Butterton, August 2021

The Archaeology Co.
This collection comprises images from a Level 2 Historic Building Recording of a small barn at Back Lane Farm, Butterton undertaken by The Archaeology Co. in August 2021.

Images from an Archaeological Evaluation at Brockholes Crescent, Poulton-le-Fylde, Lancashire 2019

This collection comprises images from an archaeological evaluation at land off Brockholes Crescent, Poulton-le-Fylde, Lancashire in 2019. No deposits or artefacts of archaeological interest were encountered.

Site Data from an Archaeological Evaluation at Brick Kiln Farm, St Edmund's Lane, Great Dunmow, Essex 2013

This collection comprises site data (images, reports and CAD) from an Archaeological evaluation, undertaken in advance of residential development. Twenty-five trenches were excavated across the site. These revealed the presence of only a low density, range and complexity of below-ground archaeological remains. The earliest recorded feature was a single ditch of medieval date, containing a small quantity of 12th-early 13th century pottery. In the absence of associated occupation remains, this is likely to be a...

Images and GIS Data from an Archaeological Evaluation of Land at Scot Elm Drive, Weston-super-Mare, North Somerset, July 2019

This collection comprises images and GIS data from an archaeological evaluation of land at Scot Elm Drive, Weston-super- Mare, North Somerset. This work was undertaken by Cotswold Archaeology in July 2019. Seven trenches were excavated.

Archaeological observation, investigation and recording. Havenside, Hedon, East Riding of Yorkshire. May 2021

B. Eyre
In May 2021 a programme of archaeological observation, investigation and recording was undertaken by Humber Field Archaeology in advance of the laying of new underground electric cables and associated junction boxes in Havenside, Hedon, East Riding of Yorkshire The scheme of investigation identified that archaeological features and deposits were not present throughout the excavations, however a number of modern deposits were identified in relation to building up the ground level and the construction of the...

Historic building recording at 52A & 54 Brunswick Arcade, Beverley Road, Kingston upon Hull

B Eyre
The work associated with this project was carried out by staff from HFA, in accordance with the written scheme of investigation for historic building recording produced by HFA, (Atkinson, D. September 2021), with reference to the Chartered Institute for Archaeologists 2014 Standard and Guidance for the archaeological investigation and recording of standing buildings or structures. The scheme of works comprised the photographic recording of the building as it stands with the intention of highlighting surviving...

Archaeological Evaluation of Central Salford A-C, New Bailey, Stanley St, Salford

M. Burns
In May 2017, Salford Archaeology was commissioned by Muse Developments to carry out an archaeological evaluation of a site situated off Irwell Street/Stanley Street in the Salford area of Manchester (centred on NGR SJ 83047 98260). The work was required to inform and support a planning application (Planning Ref 114818/FO/2016) for the proposed multi-story car park development. The evaluation was carried out in the light of the conclusions drawn from an archaeological assessment of the...

Historic Building Investigation Wellington Road Railway Tunnel, Stockport

C. Wild
Salford Archaeology was commissioned by Mott MacDonald, to carry out historic building recording of the Wellington Road Railway Tunnel, Stockport (centred on NGR 388895 390475), in advance of a proposed road link scheme. The Historic England Level II-type survey was undertaken in January 2018. Wellington Road Railway Tunnel formed part of the Stockport, Timperley and Altrincham Junction Railway, built by the Cheshire Lines Committee between 1863 and 1865, which formed an important passenger and freight...

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