212 Works

Wood Lane, Offsite Developer Main, Binfield, Berkshire: Archaeological Observation (OASIS ID: borderar1-327750)

Border Archaeology was instructed by South East Water to undertake Archaeological Observation (excluding that portion of the route immediately E of the golf driving range) of engineering groundworks in connection with the Wood Lane Offsite Developer Main Wood Lane at Binfield, Bracknell Forest, Berkshire (NGR: SU 85024 69954 to NGR: SU 84904 70610). Groundworks were carried out under archaeological supervision with material removed in level spits using a back-acting toothless bucket down to the first...

The Archaeology of Northamptonshire Monographs

Northamptonshire Archaeological Society was formed in 1974, as successor to the Northamptonshire Federation of Archaeological Societies, which had operated between 1966 and 1973. A significant part of the remit for the new society was to enable the full publication of the results of archaeological fieldwork in the county through the production of a regular journal, Northamptonshire Archaeology, as well as occasional monographs, such The Archaeology of Northamptonshire. The society continues to publish, and intends to...

Cambridge Antiquarian Society Quarto Publications

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Dunstall Farm, Moreton-in-Marsh, Gloucestershire. Archaeological Evaluation. (OASIS ID: cotswold2-334247)

An archaeological evaluation was undertaken by Cotswold Archaeology in January and February 2018 at Dunstall Farm, Morton-in-Marsh, Gloucestershire. Twelve trenches were excavated. A number of ditches were identified throughout the site that date to the later prehistoric and/or Roman periods. Coupled with the findings of preceding geophysical surveys and evaluation trenching, it is likely that the remains identified during the current works represent an area of multiphase agricultural activity on the peripheral of a settlement.

A High Status Medieval Building Complex at Longforth Farm, Wellington, Somerset

Wessex Archaeology was commissioned by Bloor Homes Ltd to undertake excavations at Longforth Farm, Wellington, Somerset (NGR 314031 121482), in advance of proposed large-scale housing development.

Wingmoor Farm, Campden Road, Stratford-on-Avon, Warwickshire, Archaeological Evaluation, (OASIS ID: cotswold2-326281)

An archaeological evaluation was undertaken by Cotswold Archaeology in January 2018 on land at Wingmoor Farm, Long Marston, Warwickshire. Three trenches were excavated. Remains of north-south aligned ditches were identified in both the northern and southern areas of the site. A large and undefined spread was found across toward the western extent of the site which may also represent a dense area of pits or ditches. The artefacts recovered from the excavated ditches and spread...

Cowclose House, Barningham, County Durham. Building Recording (OASIS ID: northern1-329406)

Northern Archaeological Associates Ltd (NAA) was commissioned by Edward Milbank to undertake a phase of archaeological historic building recording at Cowclose House, Barningham, Durham. This work was completed in advance of the conversion of the Grade II listed property for holiday accommodation and partially fulfils Condition 10 of the related planning consent.

Barn West of Manor Farmhouse, Diddington, St Neots. Building Recording (OASIS ID: kdkarcha1-320902)

In July 2018, Historic Building Recording was carried out at the barn west of Manor Farmhouse, Diddington, St Neots, Cambridgeshire in order to fulfil a condition of planning permission for the conversion of the existing building into a dwelling. The farm has been part of the Thornhill estate since the 18th century and the barn in question may have been constructed on the site around the time that the land was acquired by the Thornhill...

Priestman Building, Finchale Training College, Durham: archaeological building recording (OASIS ID: archaeol3-324107)

This report presents the results of an archaeological recording project conducted on the Priestman Building, Finchale Training College, Durham. A photographic survey of the building has been carried out. Level 2 survey of a 1930s hotel north of Durham. The building, a Modern roadhouse, became a hospital during the Second World War.

Croome Court, High Green, Worcestershire Archaeological Observation

Border Archaeology Ltd (BAL) carried out an archaeological observation of trenching excavations relating to a new heating system at Croome Court High Green Severn Stoke Worcestershire. With the exception of a small brick-built drain or culvert, no features of significance were present on the south side of the house. Close to the buildings, considerable disturbance was noted relating to drainage serving the converted Stable Block, which was probably installed at some point after the mid-1990s....

Field Evaluation at Green Acres, Minsterworth, Gloucestershire (OASIS ID: cotswold2-321985)

Archaeology in February 2018 at Green Acres, Main Road, Minsterworth, Gloucestershire. A total of five trenches was excavated. A shallow, sandy-gravel filled combe was identified running north/south adjacent and parallel to Watery Lane within which a Roman relict soil was identified. The soil was cut by Roman quarry pits, presumably exploiting the sands, gravels and clays in the area. The remains of a Roman field system were also identified in the western extent of the...

The Sword in Early Medieval Northern Europe: Experience, Identity, Representation

Sue Brunning
These three databases accompany the book 'The Sword in Early Medieval Northern Europe: Experience, Identity, Representation (Boydell and Brewer, 2019). It explores perceptions of swords in Anglo-Saxon England and Scandinavia during the early medieval period using a multidisciplinary approach, encompassing artistic, archaeological and literary sources. Analysis of the three datasets, one for each source, formed the basis for individual chapters. The final chapter combines the results of these analyses to offer broader conclusions about the...

Marston House Farm, Marston Mongomery, Derbyshire: Building Survey (OASIS ID: cfaarcha1-345763)

CFA Archaeology ltd has been commissioned on behalf of Lanpro Services and their clients Marston Fields Limited, to survey what remains of two 19th-century outbuildings at Marston House Farm Marston Montgomery, Derbyshire. The results of the survey would inform possible further work to shed light on buildings which appear on a tithe map from 1838. Unfortunately, one of the outbuildings had been demolished (building b) as part of the present development. The other outbuilding, in...

Bennetston Hall, Dove Holes, Derbyshire Building Survey (OASIS ID: jwconser1-328745)

To carry out a primarily Level 2 photographic, written and drawn survey of the impacted structures at Bennetston Hall, with supplemental elements of a Level 3 survey. To identify and record the surviving historic features of the buildings to be impacted during the conversion project, prepare a developmental history of the site through a written description and to produce an ordered project archive.

Sidmouth Church of St Giles and St Nicholas, Sidmouth, Devon. Results of an Archaeological Monitoring & Recording. (OASIS ID: southwes1-204395)

This report presents the results of an archaeological monitoring and recording carried out by South West Archaeology Ltd. (SWARCH) at the Church of St Giles and St Nicholas, Sidmouth, Devon during ground works associated with an extension for welfare purposes on the north side of the tower and improved and associated drainage. A substantial amount of ground disturbance had occurred through the 19th and 20th centuries. Similarities of foundations in the north aisle to earlier...

The Fortifications of Hull between 1321 and 1864

Dave Evans &
This project examined all of the historical and archaeological evidence for the defences on the west bank of the River Hull, surrounding the Old Town. It brought together for the first time the results of at least 10 excavations and watching-briefs that had been carried out between 1964 and the early 1990s at various points around the Town Defences, along with a number of chance exposures of parts of the Town Wall, and integrated these...

Boundary Wall of Former Cinema Site, Sandgate: Archaeological Recording Report (OASIS ID: wardella2-327338 )

Wardell Armstrong Archaeology
Wardell Armstrong Archaeology was commissioned by Walsingham Planning to undertake an archaeological recording of the north-west boundary wall of the former cinema site, Sandgate, Berwick-upon-Tweed (NT 99853 52699) in advance of its demolition as part of the approved and ongoing redevelopment of the site. This report summarises the results of the site work and the accompanying archive, to be deposited in a suitable repository provides a permanent record of the structure prior to its demolition....

Sutton Town Centre Historic Area Assessment

Jack Hanson, Adam Partington, Olivia Morrill & Thomas Linington
A 'Level 3' Historic Area Assessment (HAA) undertaken in support of the Sutton Town Centre Heritage Action Zone programme. The HAA provides an evidence base for the centre's historic environment and distinctive historic townscape. It can be used to: " Understand what defines the heritage significance of the town centre. " Identify the architectural and historic interest of the town centre's heritage assets. " Understand the distinctive historic character and appearance of the centre, and...

Tottenham Court Road (Crossrail TCG09)

The Tottenham Court Road archive includes data from both field evaluation and building recording. A group of non-Listed buildings located to the south of the Astoria Theatre were recorded in December 2009 prior to demolition. The earliest building was formally a 19th-century brick-built warehouse (constructed 1877-85 by R L Roumieu and A Aitchison, completed by R A Roumieu) belonging to the Crosse and Blackwell Company who produced pickles and sauces in a factory in Soho...

Plumstead Portal (Crossrail XSW11)

This archive describes the archaeological evaluation and watching brief work carried out at the Plumstead Portal site by the Museum of London Archaeology (MOLA). The North Woolwich portal is located within the existing railway corridor of the former North London Line (NLL), between Factory Road and Albert Road, in the London Borough of Newham, National Grid Reference 542700 180000. All fieldwork was conducted between 11/04/12 and 09/06/14 and supervised by Portia Askew (MOLA Supervisor), Virgil...

Crossrail: Archaeological Investigations Conducted in Advance of Construction of the Elizabeth Line

The construction of Crossrail through the heart of London has resulted in one of the most extensive archaeological programmes ever undertaken in the UK. The project has given archaeologists an exceptional opportunity to record important parts of London's history. The Generic Written Scheme of Investigation (WSI) was prepared in consultation with English Heritage and relevant County and local authority archaeologists to ensure a consistent approach across the route and throughout the life of the project....

Woods Mill, Milltown, Glossop, Derbyshire. Archaeological Works (OASIS ID: centrefo4-336078)

Simon Hinchliffe, Ian Miller, Rachel Reader & Chris Wild
In July 2016, Salford Archaeology, within the Centre for Applied Archaeology at the University of Salford, was commissioned by Glossop Land Ltd to carry out programmes of archaeological works in advance of proposed developments within the Woods Mill complex, Glossop, Derbyshire. These works were required to further inform and support the planning application.

Cockpit Hill, Cullompton, Devon: Building Recording and Archaeological Observation (OASIS ID: acarchae2-271681)

Historic building recording and archaeological monitoring and recording was undertaken by AC archaeology during January 2017 and July 2018 at 8 Cockpit Hill, Cullompton, Devon (ST 0207 0704). The archaeological monitoring of groundworks recorded the remains of part of a 16th to 18th century stone structure with associated cobbled surface. A separate but contemporary probable stone-built garderobe pit and a 19th century rubbish pit were also exposed. The building remains correspond well with part of...

Archaeologia Aeliana - Journal of the Society of Antiquaries of Newcastle

Archaeologia Aeliana is the journal of the Society of Antiquaries of Newcastle upon Tyne, which is the oldest provincial antiquarian society in the country, founded in 1813. The Society has always had an interest in archaeology and antiquities generally. Its particular focus, however, from the beginning, has been the North East of England (the historic counties of Northumberland and Durham), centred on Newcastle upon Tyne. It has also always had a special interest in Hadrian's...

Land off Oldmixon Road, Weston-super-Mare, North Somerset: Archaeological Evaluation (OASIS ID: cotswold2-355325)

An evaluation was carried out on site in March and April 2018 by Cotswold Archaeology; 22 trenches were excavated. Five trenches contained archaeology mainly comprising ditches and pits of Roman date. A wall in trench 12 is likely to be Roman, having been sealed by a layer of alluvium containing Roman material. The remaining 17 trenches were devoid of archaeological features.

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