53,182 Works

Worts Meadow,Landbeach, Cambridgeshire: Monitoring of refurbishment of a pipe and culvert

Cambridge Archaeological Unit
A4 wire bound report, 7 pages with figure


Heritage Lincolnshire

Land to Rear of Weavers Cottage, Kirkgate, Settle. North Yorkshire: Archaeological Watching Brief

Oxford Archaeology North
A4 report including 11 pages of text, appendices, figures and colour plates.

Archaeological Observation, Investigation and Recording at 41 High Street, Ecton, Northamptonshire

Northamptonshire Archaeology
A4, blue spine, heat bonded, clear covers

Londonderry Road, Oldbury, Sandwell: Archaeological Watching Brief 2004

Birmingham Archaeology

Archaeological Investigation at St Andrew's Church

Gerry Martin Associates Ltd
A4 comb bound report on the stratigraphy

Tutbury Castle, Staffordshire. A Programme of Archaeological Work 2006

Birmingham Archaeology
A third season of archaeological work was carried out at Tutbury Castle, Staffordshire as part of a wider research project in collaboration with the British Museum and Tutbury Castle. The survey work included a resistivity survey of the outer bailey, GPR surveys of the middle and outer baileys and completion of the topographical survey of the castle hill and its earthworks. In addition, there were several excavation foci, Area 1 begin located to the west...

Scotland's First Settlers

Caroline Wickham-Jones & Karen Hardy
Scotland's First Settlers comprised a survey project to locate and examine sites relating to the earliest, Mesolithic, settlement of the Inner Sound, along the coastlands between Skye and the west coast of Scotland. Particular foci of interest included the existence and nature of midden sites, the use of rockshelters and caves, and the different types of lithic raw material in use. In addition, information relating to the human use of the area up to the...

Isles of Scilly Designated Wrecks Interpretation

Kevin Camidge & CISMAS
This project concerns the five designated wreck sites situated in the Isles of Scilly: Tearing Ledge, HMS Association, Bartholomew Ledges, HMS Colossus and the Wheel Wreck. The first phase of the project collected high resolution multi-beam data for each of the five sites. The second phase entailed production of photographs and video from four of the sites (not including HMS Colossus). The final phase was the creation of web-based virtual site tours for the Tearing...

Ceramics and Society: Early Tana Tradition and the Swahili Coast

Stephanie Wynne-Jones & Jeffrey Fleisher
Locally-produced ceramics are the most ubiquitous find on archaeological sites in East Africa and their study offers the potential to develop a robust understanding of activity and interaction within and between sites. In particular, understandings of the Iron Age societies that developed on the East African coast and its hinterland have been transformed by exploration of a particular group of vessels known as Early Tana Tradition or Triangular-Incised Ware. During the late first millennium, c....

Grave goods: objects and death in later prehistoric Britain

Anwen Cooper, Duncan Garrow, Catriona Gibson, Melanie Giles & Neil Wilkin
The Grave Goods project focused on material culture in graves and other formal mortuary contexts in Neolithic, Bronze Age and Iron Age Britain, c. 4000 BC to AD 43. Britain is internationally renowned for the high quality and exquisite crafting of its later prehistoric grave goods. Objects from burials have long been central to how archaeologists have interpreted society at that time. Interred with both inhumations and cremations, they provide some of the most durable...

Anglo-Saxon Graves and Grave Goods of the 6th and 7th Centuries AD: A Chronological Framework

John Hines
The Early Anglo-Saxon Period is characterised archaeologically by the regular deposition of artefacts in human graves in England. The scope for dating these objects and graves has long been studied, but it has typically proved easier to identify and enumerate the chronological problems of the material than to solve them. Prior to the work of this project, there was no comprehensive chronological framework for Early Anglo-Saxon Archaeology, and the level of detail and precision in...

The eastern cemetery of Roman London: excavations 1983-1990

David Bowsher & Bruno Barber
Archaeological excavations conducted between 1983 and 1990 at different sites within an area covering about 12ha in the modern London Borough of Tower Hamlets, to the east of the City of London, produced evidence for a large Roman cemetery. This cemetery was one of several serving Roman London, and lay immediately to the east of the town. During these excavations 136 cremation burials and 550 inhumation burials were recorded, together with a further 165 features...

Saltwood Tunnel (North of), ARC SLT 97

Oxford Archaeology (South)
The Oxford Archaeological Unit was commissioned by Union Railways Ltd to conduct a field evaluation of 4.5 ha of land between the M20 and Saltwood railway tunnel as part of a wider programme of archaeological investigations along the route of the Channel Tunnel Rail Link (CTRL). The site was located at NGR TR 1540 3695, URL Grid Reference 95400 16950, on a greensand ridge on the dip slope of the North Downs. The west end...

Nene Valley: Archaeological and Environmental Synthesis

Northamptonshire Archaeology & University Of Exeter
The Nene Valley Project has collated archaeological, hydological and palaeoenvironmental data from published and archive sources. The material was inputted into a specially created database and formed the basis for geographical analysis using Mapinfo and ArcGIS. The results along with palynological modelling from a group of key sites formed the basis of a synthetic, period by period survey which provided a comprehensive record of knowledge to date, along with demonstrating gaps which could be targeted...

Excavations at Paul Street, Exeter 1981-85 (Exeter archive site 76)

Exeter City Council & Cotswold Archaeology
At various times between 1982 and 1985, the Exeter Museums Archaeological Field Unit undertook excavations in the area of the Old Bus Station in Paul Street Exeter in advance of the Harlequins shopping centre and multi-storey car park development.

Agricultural Buildings, Ashgrove Farm

Lincolnshire County Council
Building Survey

Land at Marsworth Road and Vicarage Road, Pitstone, Aylesbury. Archaeological Evaluation (OASIS ID: cotswold2-317800)

Cotswold Archaeology
In March 2017, an archaeological evaluation was undertaken by Cotswold Archaeology of land at Marsworth Road and Vicarage Road, Pitstone, Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire. The evaluation, which was commissioned by Archaeology Collective, acting on behalf of Nicholas King Developments PLC, was carried out to inform a planning application 16/02142/PREAPP for residential development. The evaluation comprised the excavation of fourteen trial trenches, eleven measuring 30m long x 1.8m wide, one measuring 15m long x 1.8 m wide and...

A template for increasing public awareness of archaeological investigations associated with mineral workings

Cambridge Archaeological Unit
The Template for Increasing Public Awareness of Archaeological Investigations Associated with Mineral Workings project was funded by the Aggregates Levy Sustainability Fund as rebursed by English Heritage. The project was initiated by Hanson Aggregates in conjunction with Cambridge Archaeological Unit of the University of Cambridge. The objective of this intitiative was to increase public awareness of the vast amount of archaeological knowledge and finds arising from investigation works associated with mineral extraction. As such, it...

Birch Green, Joseph Rochford Gardens, The Old Coach Road, Hertingfordbury, East Hertfordshire (OASIS ID: heritage1-180096)

The Heritage Network
In order to characterize the archaeological potential of a new development on land at Joseph Rochford Gardens, Old Coach Road, Birch Green, Herts, the Heritage Network was commissioned by Joseph Rochford Gardens Ltd to undertake archaeological monitoring of the planned groundworks.The site lies within Area of Archaeological Significance No. 228, which includes a series of cropmarks, a trackway and probable field boundaries. The groundworks consisted of a series of machine excavated augured holes evenly spaced...

College Goods Yard, Glasgow: Archaeological Evaluation Data Structure Report

Glasgow University Archaeological Research Division (GUARD)
Archaeological evaluation Data Structure Report

Hurst Wood, ARC HWD 98

Oxford Archaeology (South)
The Oxford Archaeological Unit (OAU) was commissioned by Union Railways (South) Limited (URS) to carry out a strip, map and sample excavation on a site to the south of Charing Heath (centred on URL grid 72960 28460; NGR grid TQ 92955 48461). The work was conducted between 14th September 1998 and 1st October 1998, as part of a programme of archaeological investigation along the line of the Channel Tunnel Rail Link. Twenty-seven pits, 17 postholes,...

Extensive Urban Survey - Surrey

Surrey County Council
Extensive Urban Surveys have been undertaken or are presently being undertaken in a number of English counties as part of a wide ranging English Heritage initiative. Surrey, in common with many other counties, had a survey of its historic towns carried out almost thirty years ago, as a result of an initiative by the Inspectorate of Ancient Monuments (then part of the Department of the Environment). This survey has formed a basis and background for...

Aggregate Landscapes of Derbyshire and the Peak District

Archaeological Research Services
The Aggregate Landscapes of Derbyshire and the Peak District Project is funded by Defra through the Aggregates Levy Sustainability Fund (ALSF) and delivered by English Heritage. The project has been undertaken by Derbyshire County Council (DCC), the Peak District National Park Authority (PDNPA) and Archaeological Research Services Ltd (ARS Ltd) with DCC as the lead partner. The HER Enhancement Project is concerned with enhancing and upgrading the historic environment records for the aggregate producing areas...

Shardlow Quarry, Derbyshire. A Programme of Archaeological Investigations

Birmingham Archaeology
The site comprises c. 65 hectares of land immediately southwest of the present Shardlow Quarry, in the parish of Weston-upon-Trent, Derbyshire. Topographically, it comprises two blocks of land: an area of low-lying permanent pasture to the south of the railway line and bordering the River Trent, which covers c.25 hectares; and an area of predominately arable fields on slightly higher ground, to the north of the railway line covering c. 40 hectares. The pasture meadows...

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