370 Works

The Romanesque Fonts of Northern Europe and Scandinavia

C S Drake
The Romanesque fonts of Northern Europe and Scandinavia provides 29 illustrations of baptismal fonts taken from C.S. Drake's book, 'The Romanesque Fonts of Northern Europe and Scandinavia' in order to give a taste of the wide variety of fonts which survive from the Middle Ages in all parts of The British Isles, Belgium, France, Germany, Denmark, Norway and Sweden.

Imagining Calabria - A GIS approach to Neolithic landscapes: PhD thesis, University of Southampton (2003)

D Van Hove
A Ph.D thesis submitted to the University of Southampton in which synchronic and diachronic GIS approaches are used to reinterpret Neolithic land use in southern Calabria, Italy. Paying close attention to the environmental and biological requirements within economic strategies shows that Neolithic land use to be much less agriculturally determined than traditionally assumed.

Bremetenacum: Excavations at Roman Ribchester 1980, 1989-1990

Kath Buxton & C Howard-Davis
The Bremetenacum Excavations CD-ROM pages at the Archaeology Data Service provide the digital data files - the excavations' finds catalogue - that were originally included on a CD-ROM attached to the the book 'Bremetenacum, Excavations at Roman Ribchester 1980, 1989-1990' by K. Buxton and C. Howard-Davis. A summary of the excavations and the contents of the published volume are also included. Ribchester (Bremetenacum), on the northern edge of the Ribble flood plain, has been known...

Channel Tunnel Rail Link Section 1

Stuart Foreman
The Phase 1 archive of the Channel Tunnel Rail Link (CTRL), representing the route of the link from Fawkham Junction (Gravesham) to Folkestone, is a major new research archive for the archaeology of Kent. The construction of the Channel Tunnel Rail Link has provided a unique opportunity to investigate thousands of years of change and development across the landscape and the archaeological programme of works associated with CTRL is probably the largest ever undertaken in...

Purbeck Papers

David Hinton
The Purbeck Papers pages accompany the book, edited by David Hinton, making available photos and data from the excavations and providing access to the publication's extensive appendices. Purbeck Papers covers a variety of topics regarding the archaeology of the Isle of Purbeck. The publication contains several papers, examining recent excavations and other archaeological considerations such as economy and the impact of the Black Death. There are photographs of excavations, details of the objects and environmental...

The Roman Cemetery at Brougham, Cumbria: Excavations 1966-67

Mark Bell & H E M Cool
The Ministry of Public Buildings and Works carried out excavations at the Roman cemetery east of the fort and vicus of Brougham, Cumbria in 1966 and 1967 in advance of road building work. A third century cremation burial cemetery was uncovered which reamins the largest area of a cemetery ever to have been dug in the Roman North and yielded a range of finds considered to be a resource of national importance. During 2000 to...

Surrey Archaeological Collections

Surrey Archaeological Society
Surrey Archaeological Collections is the journal of the Surrey Archaeological Society. The journal, from 1990, is being archived with the Archaeology Data Service. Tables of contents, abstracts and the contents of any microfiche are available for archived volumes. Full text for each article is made available three years after the publication date.Backlog reports from volumes 1 upwards are now being archived and made available too.

A Re-examination of Sheep Bone Density and its Role in Assessing Taphonomic Histories of Zooarchaeological Assemblages: PhD Thesis, University College London (2002)

Robert Symmons
A PhD Thesis submitted to University College London. Destructive taphonomic processes can preferentially remove certain bones from the archaeological record thereby introducing bias into element frequencies. Bone density is the major factor in destructive taphonomic processes hence a knowledge of a bone's density can therefore be used to assess the likelihood that it will survive. Using photodensitometry the author has produced density data for 95 well-provenanced modern sheep skeletons and shows that bone density is...

Environmental Archaeology Bibliography (EAB)

University Of York
The Environmental Archaeology Bibliography is a bibliography of published environmental archaeology (biological, pedological and geological work on material from archaeological excavations) reports from the British Isles.

The idea of residence in the Neolithic Cotswolds: PhD thesis, University of Sheffield (2002)

N Snashall
A Ph.D theseis submitted to the University of Sheffield which is an investigation of the idea of residence in the British Neolithic carried out at a regional level. Using lithic assemblages in combination with other sources of monumental and topographical information the choices made in different periods within the individual monumental and topographical areas is analysed. An attempt is made to draw out the contrasts and continuities in residential practices in the region as a...

Roman Villas in the North of England

Martin Burroughs
'Roman Villas in the North of England' was the product of an undergraduate dissertation submitted to the University of Manchester in August 2001 entitled 'Villas of the Brigantes and Parisi: Criteria for Site Location' by Martin Burroughs. The project aimed to record all villa sites in the North of England and to search for patterns within sites to account for their distribution. The text of the thesis and the gazeteer are available for download from...

First Farmers Project

University Of Stirling
The First Farmers Project investigated Neolithic settlement in east-central Scotland. Excavations were caried out at six locations in east-central Scotland: Ballendrick, Claish Farm, Duncrub, Mountstewart, Nethermuir and Upper Gothens. These spots were chosen because of the presence of lithic scatters to determine whether these were indications of early human activity rather than simply isolated artefacts. There are a series of reports resulting from these investigations and further reports, database files and images are available for...

Visual Repertoire, Focusing Activity and the 'Value of Heritage': Using the 'mental library of views' to evoke local place-identity, Britain and Europe: PhD Thesis, Lancaster University (2002)

Jonathan Kenny
Visual Repertoire, Focusing Activity and the 'Value of Heritage' investigates people's understanding of 'heritage' buildings and structures in the landscape and the part these structures play in defining a sense of identity. It is suggested that 'heritage' has multiple meaning and multiple natures and can remain constant as a nationalist flag in the landscape, or remain unnoticed and banal for years but become contested and politicised at the slightest change in social context. This resource...

Archaeological Collections Areas Database and Map

Society Of Museum Archaeologists
This digital archive contains details of three projects undertaken by the Society of Museum Archaeologists in 2002, 2006 and 2012, and an updated resource for the use of archaeologists working across England. This is the Archaeological Collections Areas Database and Map, first created ten years ago. The interactive Map provides an easy way to access details of organisations that are accepting archaeological archives (related to Local Authority boundaries) and indicates which areas do not currently...

Celtic Inscribed Stones Project (CISP)

University College London
The Celtic Inscribed Stones Project database includes every non-Runic inscription raised on a stone monument within Celtic-speaking areas in the early middle ages. The database includes over 1,200 inscriptions, many are illustrated. The database is currently hosted at University College London.

Inclusive Accessible Archaeology

University Of Reading & Bournemouth University
Inclusive, Accessible, Archaeology was a HEFCE FDTL5 project being run in collaboration between Archaeology at the Universities at Reading and Bournemouth and the Research Group for Inclusive Environment at Reading. The project worked closely with a number of stakeholders including the Institute of Field Archaeologists, the Council for British Archaeology, Oxford Archaeology and English Heritage, as well as with the Higher Education Academy Subject Centre for History, Classics and Archaeology.This project addresses the dual issues...

Advanced computer modelling of hominin dispersal from Africa: integrating archaeological and palaeoclimatic simulations

Paul Valdes, Steven Mithen, Bruce Sellwood, Sam Smith, Alan Haywood & John Hughes
The project aim was to develop process-based computer simulations of the dispersal of Homo erectus out of Africa. This involved developing realistic constraints on the patterns of vegetation and the effects of changes in global sea level. It was assumed that this migration out of Africa could be investigated through the paradigm of a single migration event, starting around 2 millions of years ago and arriving in Dmanisi around 1.8 millions of years ago. The...

National Museums Liverpool Excavation Archives

National Museums Liverpool
The National Museums Liverpool holds archives for a number of excavations carried out in and around Merseyside. Digital elements of these archives are being archived at AHDS Archaeology from where they may be downloaded.

Spatial and Chronological Patterns in the Neolithisation of Europe

Stephen J. Shennan & James Steele
The Spatial and Chronological Patterns in the Neolithisation of Europe project is a spatial database of radiocarbon dates for the later Mesolithic and early Neolithic of Europe. There is also information concerning the contexts of the dates, the material dated and economic and cultural associations. This database may be searched on-line at the Archaeology Data Service.

Contextual analysis of the use of space at two Near Eastern Bronze Age sites

Nicholas Postgate & Roger J. Matthews
The Tell Brak / Kilise Tepe archive is the result of excavations at two near eastern sites. The archive contains a general introduction and a set of specialist reports.

The Bioarchaeology of the Culverwell Shell Midden

K D Thomas
The Bioarchaeology of the Culverwell Shell Midden is a dataset resulting from the analysis of the biological remains recovered from excavations at Culverwell, a Mesolithic habitation site on the Isle of Portland, Dorset. The archive consists of a report and a set of associated data tables. Topics covered include site stratigraphy, molluscs, bone and dental fragments, marine invertebrate species, and radiocarbon results.

The Sydney Cyprus Survey Project

Michael Given & A Bernard Knapp
The Sydney Cyprus Survey Project archive is the result of an intensive survey carried out in the foothills of the Troodos mountains in Cyprus. The archive contains data files, GIS files and explanatory texts.

Excavations at Eynsham Abbey 1989-92

Oxford Archaeology (South)
Between 1989 and 1992 the Oxford Archaeological Unit undertook a full excavation of part of the precinct of the medieval abbey. The excavations revealed part of the cloister and south ranges, kitchens and domestic buildings and also evidence for earlier activity including the 11th century Anglo-Saxon abbey and earlier Minster, and a Bronze Age enclosure. The resulting digital archive is being preserved and made accessible through the Archaeology Data Service as part of the Digital...

Earthwork Castles of Gwent and Ergyng AD 1050-1250: PhD Thesis, University of Sheffield (2005)

Neil Phillips
PhD Thesis about Earthwork Castles in Gwent and Ergyng, Wales AD 1050-1250.

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