315 Works

Land at Vicarage Hill, Kingsteignton, Devon. Archaeological Watching Brief (OASIS ID: acarchae2-229236)

Archaeological monitoring and recording carried out on land at Vicarage Hill, Kingsteignton, Devon (centred on NGR SX 8757 7303) was undertaken by AC archaeology between December 2014 and June 2015 during groundworks associated with a residential development. The archaeological investigations recorded the presence of Bronze Age activity on the site, with this consisting of the base and collapsed body of a Middle Bronze Age pottery vessel deposited within a pit. Two adjacent undated small pits...

Household Waste Recycling Centre Stainton Grove, County Durham. Historic Building Recording (OASIS ID: wessexar1-265588)

Historic building recording of 6 tank garaged, identified as Romney sheds (or huts) at Stainton Grove. The Site comprises part of a mid-20th century military camp, which has been redeveloped into a housing estate, industrial estate and the current Household Waste Recycling Centre. Six tank garages within the site were subject to a Historic England Level 3 survey that was conducted at the site between the 29th - 30th September 2016.

Nantwich waterlogged deposits digital archive

Timothy Malim, Mark Swain & Ian Panter
The nationally strategic aim of the Nantwich Waterlogged Deposits project was to develop and test a scientifically rigorous methodology for characterizing and monitoring the historic buried remains in urban waterlogged deposits so that bespoke management plans could be designed to secure the long-term conservation of such remains in ancient urban centres where this is viable.

Land at Oak Lane, Bredon, Worcestershire. Archaeological Evaluation (OASIS ID: cotswold2-257167).

An archaeological evaluation was undertaken by Cotswold Archaeology in March 2016 at Land at Oak Lane, Bredon, Worcestershire. A total of eight trenches were excavated. Much of the recording was hampered by water ingress into the trenches. The evaluation identified two ditches of broadly Roman date in the west of the site, potentially agricultural in nature. Modern ditches which correspond to field boundaries depicted on the 1st edition Ordnance Survey map of the area, were...

Former Meridian TV Studios, Northam, Southampton (SOU1695). Archaeological Evaluation (OASIS ID: wessexar1-267090)

Trial trench evaluation focused on the southern part of the Site, specifically the 'dry land' south of the area of 20th century reclamation, the former Bridge Foundry, and the earlier foreshore of the River Itchen. The results of the evaluation indicate that most of the Site has been subject to reclamation, levelling and subsequent extensive and deep disturbance during the late 19th and 20th centuries. Much of the evidence revealed in the seven evaluation trenches...

Oasis Academy, Romsey Road, Southampton (SOU1617). Archaeological Watching Brief

The Archaeology Unit of Southampton City Council carried out an archaeological watching brief on the replacement of an existing grass sports pitch with an all-weather sports pitch at the Oasis Academy, Romsey Road, Southampton on behalf of Oasis Academy. The aims of the investigation as defined in the written scheme of investigation were 'To investigate the human use of the area, and to record the nature of the natural deposits'. The site was in an...

Defended Small Towns of Roman Britain

Michael Fulford, Alex Smith & Lisa Lodwick
Although the vast majority of the population of Roman Britain continued to live in small rural farmsteads, many larger nucleated settlements developed after the conquest, often sited along the expanding road network. Some of these roadside settlements gained earthwork and/or masonry defences at various points during the mid- to late Roman period, and have often been termed 'defended small towns', although these vary markedly in terms of their scale and in the extent of any...

St Mary's Church of England Primary School, Southampton (SOU1631). Archaeological Watching Brief

The Archaeology Unit of Southampton City Council carried out an archaeological watching brief with option to excavate on the groundworks required to construct a multi-use games area (MUGA) in the grounds of St Mary's School, Golden Grove, Southampton, on behalf of Saints Foundation. The aim was to recover further information about the archaeology of the area, which includes the town of Hamwic. Most of the groundworks were less than 0.9m deep and did not expose...

Moor Lane, Aston-on-Trent, Derby, Derbyshire (OASIS ID: archaeol27-303337)

An archaeological evaluation, consisting of seven trial trenches, was undertaken on behalf of Cameron Homes prior to the construction of a new housing development along Moor Lane. Three sections of undated curvilinear gully were found on part of the site which seem likely to belong to a single annular ditch of prehistoric date. The absence of finds from the ditch may indicate a sepulchro-ritual monument rather than a domestic site. Linear features of post-medieval date...

Ling Hall Quarry, Wolston, Warwickshire. Archaeological Evaluation (OASIS ID: wardella2-315960)

Wardell Armstrong Archaeology
Wardell Armstrong LLP was commissioned by Veolia Environmental Services to undertake an archaeological evaluation at Ling Hall Quarry, Worcestershire. The investigations were required to assess the potential for archaeological remains ahead of the temporary use of land at Ling Hall Quarry for open-window composting of green waste and wood chipping, for which a planning application has been submitted to Warwickshire County Council. Previous archaeological works for the site have included previous evaluation trenching in 1989,...

Britannia Monographs

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Society of Antiquaries Monographs

The Society of Antiquaries of London has a long tradition of publishing scholarly research on the archaeological and historic resource in order to encourage knowledge and understanding of human history and development in its physical and cultural environments. As part of the Society's aim to support research and communicate its results as widely as possible, the Society is digitising titles from its extensive backlist and making these accessible via the ADS as a staged process.

Land at Birch Road, Landkey, Devon. Results of a Desk-Based Assessment and Geophysical Survey (OASIS ID: southwes1-192760, southwes1-254826)

This archive contains the results of a geophysical survey carried out by South West Archaeology Ltd. (SWARCH) on land off Birch Road, Landkey, Devon, as part of the pre-planning documentation for a proposed housing development and associated landscaping. Two phases of desk-based assessment and survey are included within this project. Both phases identified anomalies consistent with historic field boundaries, Phase 1 also identifying modern cable and service trenching, plough scars and recent topsoil disturbances.

Purton Raw Water Reservoir Archaeological Observation, Purton, Berkeley, Gloucestershire (borderar1-184473)

Border Archaeology undertook a programme of Archaeological Observation in April 2012 on behalf of Bristol Water in respect of engineering groundworks at Purton Raw Water Reservoir (NGR SO 69567 04140) comprising installation of a replacement raw water main, the route of which extends approximately 620m from an existing canal crossing (NGR SO 69595 03868) to a new inlet. The entire route of the proposed pipeline lies within the reservoir complex (property of Bristol Water) extending...

Land at Buckland Barton, Newton Abbot, Devon. Archaeological Evaluation and Excavation (OASIS ID: acarchae2-171234)

A trench evaluation was carried out in advance of a proposed residential development. It targeted a number of geophysical anomalies, which were identified as representing the remains of former field boundaries and a timber structure. A further excavation was then carried out to investigate the feature further.

Extension to 23 Banbury Road, Keble College, Oxford, Oxfordshire. Archaeological Watching Brief (OASIS ID: oxfordar1-313292)

In May 2014, Oxford Archaeology (OA) undertook an archaeological watching brief at 23 Banbury Road, Oxford. The work was commissioned by Keble College in advance of the construction of an extension to the rear of 23 Banbury Road, following advise from the City Archaeologist at Oxford City Council (OCC) that a watching brief would be required. The watching brief was maintained during the excavation of strip foundation trenches and a reduced dig within the footprint...

Wellhead Lane, Perry Barr, Birmingham: Archaeological Excavation

A proposed development at Wellhead Lane Sports ground in Perry Barr, Birmingham (centred on NGR SP 0727 9130) was likely to affect below ground archaeological remains. On instruction from Birmingham City Council, Birmingham Archaeology undertook an archaeological evaluation and subsequent excavation of the site between March and June 2008. The site was considered to be of high archaeological potential as the western side of the development lay within the projected route of Icknield Street, a...

Wixoe to Kirtling Green Pipeline. Archaeological Evaluation

In September 2009 Birmingham Archaeology was commissioned by Suffolk and Essex Water to undertake an archaeological evaluation in advance of a proposed pipeline between Wixoe and Kirtling Green, Suffolk. This report records the results of the evaluation and highlights areas of archaeological significance. At Wixoe, cropmarks and previous fieldwalking identified dense concentrations of artefacts dating to the Romano-British period. A geophysical survey identified distinct structures along with large pit like anomalies. The features identified by...

Tesco, Stourport-on-Severn. Archaeological Evaluation

Birmingham Archaeology was commissioned in September 2010 by the Santon Group, acting on behalf of Tesco plc (with advice from J L Hearn) to undertake an archaeological evaluation in advance of a proposed supermarket development at Stourport-On-Severn, Worcestershire (centred on NGR SO 81347113). Birmingham Archaeology undertook an evaluation of the site between 20th and 30th September 2010. The evaluation followed a desk-based assessment which identified a number of areas of potential for buried archaeological deposits...

9 The Parade, Plymouth. Historic Building Recording (OASIS ID: acarchae2-301762)

An historic building record was prepared in advance of alterations to the ground floor of the property, which is designated as two Grade II Listed Buildings. It dates to the mid-19th century, and comprises a quayside warehouse with integral offices. Surviving historic fixtures and fittings include the staircase between the ground- and first-floor offices, as well as loading hoists on each elevation and associated chain winches within the roof space. A series of probably 19th-century,...

National Historic Seascape Characterisation Consolidation

This project consolidated the eight existing Historic Seascape Characterisation (HSC) implementation projects into a single national database. The project provided a single, consistent National HSC database, with accompanying guidance documents, making it a streamlined and efficient evidence base for managing the marine and coastal historic environment.

Connecting Derby. A Programme of Archaeological Investigations

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.

Little Paxton, Diddington, Cambridgeshire. Archaeological Evaluation 2004

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...

Chester Archaeological Society Journal

Chester Archaeological Society
Founded in 1849, the Society was first entitled the 'Chester Architectural, Archaeological, and Historic Society', or more fully the 'Architectural, Archaeological and Historic Society for the County, City and Neighbourhood of Chester'. In 1886 this was reduced to the 'Chester Archaeological and Historic Society' but the word 'Architectural' was soon restored and 'North Wales' added. In 1966 the title was finally reduced to the simple 'Chester Archaeological Society' without any narrowing of the Society's purposes....

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