Former Co-Operative Store/Beechville Foods Factory, Beechville, Edmondsley: Building Recording (OASIS ID: aagarcha1-276465)Jon Welsh
AAG Archaeology were commissioned to undertake a Level 2 standing building recording (SBR) on the former Co-Operative Store/Beechville Foods factory on Beechville, Edmondsley, County Durham. The building was largely unremarkable, the facade was original but there was some question over whether the rest had been rebuilt. The ephemera, fixtures and fittings were all from the Beechville Foods phase (1972-1996).
This archive presents the results of an archaeological recording project conducted in advance of proposed demolition work at Darlington Fire Station, St Cuthbert's Way, Darlington which was erected in 1972. A photographic survey of the buildings has been carried out. The works were commissioned by County Durham and Darlington Fire and Rescue Service and conducted by Archaeological Services Durham University.
'A Guide to the Classification of Medieval Ceramic Forms' (Medieval Pottery Research Group Occasional Paper 1) was published in 1998 with grant funding from English Heritage. It provides a definition and nomenclature for ceramic forms made between the end of the Roman period and the beginning of intensive industrial pottery production in the 17th century. In 2019 grant funding from Historic England enabled MPRG to commission a project that has re-created the 'Guide' as an...
The external memorials of Welburn graveyard were recorded as part of a student training and for research into regional styles of monument in Yorkshire.
The external memorials of St Mark's Churchyard were recorded as a community involvement project for research into the spatial development of the burial ground.
The external memorials of Malew Old Churchyard graveyard were recorded as part of student training with community involvement for research into the spatial development of the burial ground.
The external memorials of Malew 1895 Churchyard extension were recorded as part of student training with community involvement for research into the spatial development of the burial ground.
The external memorials of Bulmer graveyard were recorded as part of student training and for research into regional styles of monument in Yorkshire.
Strip and record prior to housing development in order to record a cluster of prehistoric pits located in an earlier trenching evaluation. The site consists of a cluster of prehistoric pits with areas of intense burning, situated between the pits and the line of a former stream. Four of the pits were curvilinear in shape and varied in size between 6m and 3m in length. A fifth pit was rectangular and had a small channel...
Oxford Archaeology was commissioned by A2 Dominion to undertake a trench evaluation on the site of a proposed 78-unit housing development, on land to the north of Mill Lane, Chinnor, Oxfordshire. Historically the site lay within the open fields of Chinnor Manor, in the immediate hinterland of the medieval and postmedieval village. Mill Lane follows the line of the Icknield Way, a long-distance routeway of ancient origin. There was considered to be potential for prehistoric,...
Archaeologia Cambrensis, 158, 19-42
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Urban and commercial networks in the later middle ages: Chepstow, Severnside and the ports of southern WalesSpencer Dimmock
Archaeologia Cambrensis, 153, 53-68
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The Sisters' House at Minwear, Pembrokeshire: analysis of the documentary and archaeological evidenceHelen Nicholson
Archaeologia Cambrensis, 151, 109-138
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Archaeologia Cambrensis, 156, 51-72
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