3,832 Works

Dendrochronology Database

Vernacular Architecture Group
This resource consists of the tree-ring dates for over 4100 buildings in the United Kingdom, ranging from cathedrals to cottages and barns. The database holds period, location and reference information for each record. It also includes some buildings that have been dated by high precision radiocarbon dating, and the names of buildings for which dating was attempted but not successful.

Connecting Derby. A Programme of Archaeological Investigations

Birmingham Archaeology
Birmingham Archaeology was commissioned by Derby City Council Regeneration and Community Department to undertake archaeological fieldwork ahead of the redevelopment of Derby Inner Ring Road. The sites which required detailed archaeological mitigation included; land behind the Seven Stars Public House, 85-89 King Street, the corner of King Street and St Helen's Street, Ford Street/ Friar gate car park, land at the corner of Agard Street, Stafford Street and Green Lane/ Babbington Road Junction.

Radiocarbon dating and isotope analysis on the purported Aurignacian skeletal remains from Fontana Nuova (Ragusa, Italy)

Theis Jensen
ZooMS peptide mass fingerprinting conducted on eight faunal remains from Fontana Nuova (Regusa, Italy), in order to obtain species identification. Eight raw spectra outputs from MALDI-TOF-MS. Each spectra consists of three .txt files.

The Prittlewell princely burial: excavations at Priory Crescent, Southend-on-Sea, Essex 2003

Museum Of London Archaeology
In 2003 MOLA archaeologists carried out an evaluation of a site in Prittlewell, Southend-on-Sea, Essex, known to be the location of Roman burials and an early Anglo-Saxon cemetery, and discovered an intact Anglo-Saxon princely burial along with up to three further Anglo-Saxon inhumations, and limited evidence of prehistoric and Roman occupation. The princely burial is a find of international significance - the richest and most important Anglo-Saxon burial found since the 1939 discovery of the...

North-West Crewe Package, Crewe, Cheshire: Geophysical Survey (OASIS ID: headland5-330139)

Headland Archaeology Ltd
Headland Archaeology (UK) Ltd undertook a geophysical (magnetometer) survey, covering approximately 12 hectares, on the north-western periphery of Crewe, East Cheshire. The survey encompasses the corridor for the construction of 3.3 km of proposed new highways which will extend north and south of Leighton Hospital and also link east and west with A530 Middlewich Road and Minshull New Road. The corridor is located within a landscape of moderate archaeological potential with Roman, post-medieval and modern...

Central Station North Quarter, Southampton (SOU1613). Archaeological Watching Brief

Southampton City Council Archaeology Unit
A watching brief was carried out by Southampton City Council Archaeology Unit on 73 trial holes excavated in the Central Station North Quarter area in advance of improvements to the area. The purpose of the fieldwork was 'to make a record of the deposits that survive beneath the surface. In addition the nature, dimensions, and relationship of natural deposits will be noted and recorded if revealed' (Garner 2013, 3). The information was to be used...

Prospect Farm, Drayton Parslow, Buckinghamshire. Archaeological Evaluation (OASIS ID: borderar1-219105)

Border Archaeology
Border Archaeology Ltd (BA) was instructed by Raw Energy on behalf of Underblue Ltd to carry out a programme of Archaeological Field Evaluation with regard to a proposed solar farm development on land northeast of Prospect Farm Highway Drayton Parslow Buckinghamshire. Current land use is as pastoral farmland, although the field has been ploughed in modern times. Probable medieval ridge-and-furrow cultivation features were encountered in all of the trenching and these features are also shown...

Aston Park Farm, Aston, Hertfordshire. Archaeological Evaluation (OASIS ID: kdkarcha1-272390)

KDK Archaeology
In February 2017, KDK Archaeology Ltd undertook an archaeological evaluation of Aston Park Farm 2 Stringers Lane, Aston, Hertfordshire for Michael Sandford on behalf of Stay New Homes Ltd. The site is located on the west side of Stringers Lane in the village and civil parish of Aston and was previously a garden. The excavation consisted of a single trench, and no features or artefacts were noted.

Bude Holiday Resort, Maer, Bude-Stratton, Cornwall

Cornwall Council Historic Environment Service
A4 Spiral bound

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...

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...

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...

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...

Land South of Coventry Road, Lutterworth, Leicestershire (OASIS ID: oxfordar1-300987)

Oxford Archaeology (South)
Oxford Archaeology was commissioned by CgMs Consulting on behalf of Pegasus Group and Leicestershire County Council to undertake an archaeological evaluation for a proposed new development. The evaluation comprised 37 trenches over c 6.7 ha of land, representing a 2% sample of the site. The site lies to the south of a known Iron Age settlement and Roman field system. Very few archaeological features were exposed, comprising a small number of undated ditches. Furrows also...

Project Swift, Farm Park, Nature and Outdoor Activity Centre, Culham, Oxfordshire. Geophysical Survey. (OASIS ID: headland5-321152)

Sam Harrison
Headland Archaeology (UK) Ltd undertook a geophysical (magnetometer) survey, covering approximately 24 hectares, in support of a planning application (P17/S4416/FUL) for a proposed farm park, nature and outdoor activity centre with associated parking facilities and infrastructure at Culham, Oxfordshire. The application site is located within a landscape of high archaeological potential with extensive cropmarks recorded on the Oxfordshire Historic Environment Record both within the site and in the surrounding landscape. Three distinct areas of archaeological...

3A Church Street, Baldock, Hertfordshire. Archaeological Watching Brief (OASIS ID: heritage1-162899)

The Heritage Network
In response to a planning condition on the construction of a single storey extension at the rear of 3A Church Street, Baldock, Hertfordshire, the Heritage Network was commissioned by the owner to undertake a programme of archaeological monitoring of the groundworks. It was considered that the present investigation had the potential to contribute to a greater understanding of the origins and development of Baldock from the late Iron Age onwards. The monitoring programme included footing...

Land at Hindon Lane, Tisbury Wiltshire An archaeological field evaluation

Context One Archaeological Services
Unpublished report A4 12 pages

C257 Archaeology Central Fieldwork Report, Blomfield Box Site, Archaeological Watching Brief and Excavation, Blomfield Box (XTB12)

Museum Of London Archaeology
Unpublished Crossrail report (C257-MLA-T1-RGN-CRG03-50017)

Hazelton, Whiteshoots Hill, Bourton-on-the-Water, Gloucestershire Archaeological Evaluation (OASIS ID: cotswold2-316963)

Cotswold Archaeology
An archaeological evaluation was undertaken by Cotswold Archaeology in July 2017 at Hazelton, Whiteshoots Hill, Bourtonon- the-Water, Gloucestershire. Seven trenches were excavated. A pit containing Late Iron Age or Early Roman pottery was identified in the north-western part of the site. . Pottery of mid 1st to 2nd-century AD date was recovered from a small pit/posthole identified in the north-western part of the site. Two ditches identified in the south-western part of the site confirmed...

Day of Archaeology Archive

Day Of Archaeology
The Day of Archaeology was an online project that allowed archaeologists working all over the world to document what they did on one day, July 29th . The date often coincided with the Festival of British Archaeology. Archaeologists taking part in the project documented their day through photographs, videos and written blog posts. These were then collected on the Day of Archaeology website, which provides a glimpse into a day in the life of people...

Mount Pleasant, Soulbury, Buckinghamshire. Archaeological Watching Brief (OASIS ID: borderar1-319268)

Border Archaeology
Border Archaeology Ltd (BA) was instructed by Jarvis Contracting Ltd on behalf of Vale of Aylesbury Housing Trust to carry out Archaeological Observation of ground works in connection with the demolition of 16 garages at the end of Mount Pleasant Soulbury Buckinghamshire (NGR SP 88143 271152) followed by the erection of two dwellings and creation of five parking spaces (Planning Ref. 13/01635/APP). The ground works comprised a trench excavation, with maximum dimensions of 9.00m x...

Willian Post Office, Willian, Hertfordshire. Watching Brief (OASIS ID: heritage1-257642)

The Heritage Network
In response to a planning condition on the redevelopment of land at Willian Post Office, Willian, Herts., the Heritage Network was commissioned by Anglian Country Inns to undertake a programme of archaeological monitoring on the development groundworks. The proposed development entails internal alterations to the Post Office to create eight letting bedrooms and the construction of a car park to serve the proposed bedrooms, centred on TL 22445 30685. The present investigation involved the monitoring...

Land Adjacent to 11 Bourne Road, Southampton, Hampshire. Archaeological Watching Brief. (SOU1779) (OASIS ID: wessexar1-302957)

Wessex Archaeology
Wessex Archaeology was commissioned by Welben Ltd ('the client'), to undertake an archaeological watching brief during groundworks associated with the development of land adjacent to 11 Bourne Road, Southampton, SO15 3AB, centred on National Grid Reference (NGR) 440970 112375. The development comprises the erection of a 2-storey building to provide 2 x two bedroom flats with associated bin and cycle storage and amenity space. The archaeological watching brief monitored the excavation of foundation trenches for...

Little Paxton, Diddington, Cambridgeshire. Archaeological Evaluation 2004

Birmingham Archaeology
Birmingham Archaeology was commissioned by Aggregate Industries through Entec UK Limited to undertake a programme of trial trenching of a proposed extension to Little Paxton Quarry. The purpose of the trial trenching was to define the location, extent, date, character, condition, significance, and quality of any archaeological remains to permit the formulation of an appropriate mitigation strategy. This archive includes the results of a field evaluation carried out between August and September 2004, which was...

Trypillia mega-sites of the Ukraine

J C Chapman, Bisserka Gaydarska, Marco Nebbia, Andrew Millard, Bruce Albert, Duncan Hale, Mark Woolston-Houshold, Stuart Johnston, Edward Caswell, Manuel Arroyo-Kalin, Tuuka Kaikkonen, Joe Roe, Adrian Boyce, Oliver Craig, Dan Miller, Sophia Arbeiter, Natalia Shevchenko, Vitalii Rud, Mikhail Videiko, Konstantin Krementski & GEOINFORM Ukrainii
After a trial season in 2009, in which we evaluated the functionality of an Anglo-Ukrainian partnership and our working methods, the Project defined seven objectives for investigation in 2012 - 2016: (1) the derivation of an accurate settlement plan of Nebelivka, using a combination of modern geophysical investigations of the entire site with satellite imagery from the 1960s onwards to reveal changes in site preservation (METHOD 2.1); (2) the production of an internal chronological sequence...

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