370 Works

Later Prehistoric Pottery Gazetteer

Graeme Earl, Elaine Morris, Sarah Poppy, Timothy C. Champion & Keith Westcott

Fieldwalking the cropmark landscape on the Sherwood Sandstone of Nottinghamshire

Daryl Garton
Cropmarks on the Sherwood Sandstone of Notts, discovered and published by Derrick Riley, are analyzed in combination with artefacts recovered through a programme of fieldwalking. A coherent landscape of fields, mostly laid out in a pattern resembling brickwork, is seen to be integrated with small enclosures, presumed farmsteads, situated at approximately 1km apart where the cropmarks are best represented. Fieldwalking covered 491 hectares in 97 areas, including 76 of the enclosures plus a sample of...

England's Historic Seascapes: Liverpool Bay Pilot Area

Wessex Archaeology
England's Historic Seascapes is a programme of pilot projects developing a methodology for mapping the historic character of our coastal and marine environment. The programme's initial project, the Liverpool Bay Pilot Area, was undertaken by Wessex Archaeology and funded by the Aggregate Levy Sustainability Fund as distributed by English Heritage. The project archive consists of the final report and methodology statement.

VENUS: Virtual ExploratioN of Underwater Sites: Port-Miou C wreck, Marseille

Pierre Drap
The VENUS consortium, composed of eleven partners, is pooling expertise in various disciplines: archaeology and underwater exploration, knowledge representation and photogrammetry, virtual reality and digital data preservation. The project aims to develop scientific methodologies and deliver technological tools for the virtual exploration of deep underwater archaeology sites. This exemplar archive contains some of the material collected during the third mission of the project - the survey of the Roman wreck site of Port-Miou C, near...

Peak Forest Tramway and Cromford and High Peak Railway

Archaeological Research And Consultancy At The University Of Sheffield: ARCUS
A Heritage Audit was undertaken for the Peak Forest Tramway and the Cromford and High Peak Railway by ARCUS, in conjunction with Derbyshire County Council. The Peak Forest Railway was opened in 1796 to link the limestone quarries at Doveholes with Bugworth Canal Basin 6 miles to the northeast. It was one of the earliest mineral railways in Britain to link with an inland waterway system and to use iron rails. The route, engineered by...

Buried under Bidford

Warwickshire County Council
Buried under Bidford is a Warwickshire County Council project, supported by the English Heritage Aggregates Levy Sustainability Fund (ALSF). The project will deliver a public consultation exercise which addresses the issues of mineral planning and people's concerns and queries of the process involved. The consultation will be designed and created via an Historic Environment Record (HER) outreach programme, which will engage communities affected by past and future aggregate extraction.

Hill Hall: a singular house devised by a Tudor intellectual

Christopher Catling
Hill Hall: A Singular House Devised by a Tudor Intellectual, by Paul Drury and Richard Simpson, is the complete history of a building that began as a hunting lodge, late in the eleventh century and that grew to be the principal house of the manor of Theydon Mount in Essex, a small country retreat within easy reach of London. Hill Hall elevation In 1556, the house was acquired by Sir Thomas Smith (1512-77), a man...

San Vincenzo 5 - Excavations of San Vincenzo Maggiore and the Associated Temporary and Collective Workshops

Sarah Leppard, R A Hodges & John Mitchell
This data is primarily collected for the purposes of publishing the fifth and last volume in the series of excavations monographs for the monastic site at San Vincenzo, Italy, excavated under the direction of Professor Richard Hodges from 1980 to 1996. The volume describes the archaeology of the abbey's principal basilica, San Vincenzo Maggiore, its architecture, and its cemetery. It also describes the associated workshops where enamels, glass and other fine objects were made 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...

The Cluniac priory and abbey of St Saviour Bermondsey, Surrey: excavations 1984-95

A Steele, M Samuel, T Dyson & Susan M Wright
Excavations by Museum of London Archaeology (MOLA) on the site of the Cluniac priory and later abbey of St Saviour Bermondsey took place between 1984 and 1995. The site, formerly in Surrey and now part of the London Borough of Southwark, is a Scheduled Ancient Monument (GLSAM no. 165). The project was published following a joint venture between English Heritage and the Museum of London Archaeology Service. The post-excavation project was not designed with digital...

Land at Hudson's Field, Salisbury, Wiltshire (OASIS id: wessexar1-78197)

Wessex Archaeology
Wessex Archaeology was commissioned by Salisbury City Council to undertake a Watching Brief during enhancement works at Hudson's Field, Salisbury. These works include refurbishment of the entrance road to the public car park, creation of a new access road and creation of new parking spaces. The Site is located 2km north of Salisbury on the A345 road to Amesbury, 750m south of the multi-period hillfort of Old Sarum. The Site is currently under use as...

Land Warfare Centre, Warminster (OASIS id: wessexar1-92170)

Wessex Archaeology
Wessex Archaeology was commissioned by Aspire Defence Capital Works (the Client) to undertake an archaeological watching brief during groundworks at WXC605, WT0609 and WT0610, Land Warfare Centre, Warminster, Wiltshire, centred on National Grid Reference 388933 146378 (hereafter, the Site). The development comprised the formation of a car park (WXC605) and the construction of two accommodation buildings (WT0609 and WT0610) within the northern half of the camp. A planning condition for an archaeological watching brief was...

Timsbury Lake, Romsey, Hampshire (OASIS id: wessexar1-90071)

Wessex Archaeology
Wessex Archaeology was commissioned by Morgan Sindall to undertake an archaeological watching brief during ground works on land at Timsbury Lake, Romsey, Hampshire, centred on National Grid Reference (NGR) 435660 124150. The proposed works included the widening of an existing access road, stripping of land for the construction of lake-side structures, removal of bunds and the cutting of a new section of canal within the existing lake system. The watching brief was undertaken in the...

East Tytherley Manor House, East Tytherley, Hampshire (OASIS id: wessexar1-86293)

Wessex Archaeology
Archaeological watching brief on the installation of play equipment and sign boards. Twelve pits up to 1.2m square and 1.2m deep were excavated on the site of the Manor House, a Scheduled Monument. Made ground containing post-medieval finds was recorded to the base of each pit and suggests the site has been landscaped and that remains of the Manor House survive at greater depth.

Headlands, Downton, Wiltshire (OASIS id: wessexar1-77860)

Wessex Archaeology
Wessex Archaeology was commissioned by Midsummer Homes Ltd to undertake an archaeological evaluation in advance of development on land at Headlands, Downton, Wiltshire, centred on NGR 417113, 121285. The field evaluation was undertaken prior to the submission of a planning application to Wiltshire Council for the construction of 14 houses on the site. The evaluation comprised the excavation of two 10m x 1.5m trenches positioned over the footprint of the proposed buildings. No archaeological features...

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