1,848 Works

1-3 Winton Square, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire (OASIS ID: melmorri1-382829)

Melanie Morris
Archaeological Building Record of Nos. 1-3 Winton Square. Stoke-on-Trent, the west side of a public square built in association with the development of the North Staffordshire Railway (1847-49).

Bushey Flatt Farm, Stanhope, County Durham. Historic Building Survey (OASIS ID: allenarc1-381668)

Allen Archaeology
Allen Archaeology Limited was commissioned by Moira Tyas to undertake a programme of historic building recording as a condition of planning consent for the alteration and extension of an existing farm building to form a dwelling, at Bushey Flatt Farm, Stanhope, County Durham. The building surveyed comprises a two-storey stone structure with two small stone extensions to the northeast and northwest elevations, and a timber lean-to on the northwest elevation. The two-storey structure is likely...

Carr Lodge, Wakefield Road, Horbury, West Yorkshire. Historic Building Photographic Recording (OASIS ID: stephenh1-379627)

Stephen Haigh
Carr Lodge is a brick-built mansion of the late 18th century, originally known as Sunroyd. The building's early history is not well documented, but it was acquired in about 1790 by a nephew of the renowned architect John Carr. Minor extensions were made in the early 19th century, and there have been piecemeal internal alterations throughout, despite which the historic plan-form and numerous historic fixtures and fittings survive.

Archaeological Evaluation at Ambrosden Court Merton Road (OASIS ID: oxfordar1-287470)

In November 2015 13 trenches were excavated across a proposed housing development at Ambrosden Court, Merton Road, Ambrosden, Oxfordshire centred on SP 6018 1911. Evidence was found for agricultural activity of late medieval to post-medieval date across the site in the form of field drainage furrows, ditches and drains. The 19th century OS mapping for the area shows that the western side was regarded as marshy ground. This has been substantiated by the sequence of...

Archaeological Evaluation at Land off Northcourt Lane, Abingdon-on-Thames (OASIS ID: oxfordar1-362486)

Evaluation was undertaken by Oxford Archaeology of a c. 0.35ha site located to the north of Northcourt Lane, Abingdon-on-Thames in Oxfordshire. Two 25 x 1.8m trenches were excavated. Two ditches dating to the medieval period (AD 900-1250) were identified.

Archaeological excavation and watching brief at St Mary's Church, Southampton, Hampshire (SOU1503)

Dave Reay, Lorraine Mepham, J McKinley & Ken Lymer
Wessex Archaeology was commissioned by Stephen Cox Associates to undertake an archaeological excavation and watching brief during works at St Mary's Church, St Mary Street, Southampton. The works comprised the construction of a new car parking area and access ramp, trenching for new external lighting and CCTV surveillance, and drainage repairs around the perimeter of the church building. The access ramp for the car park occupied an area of 81square meters and was excavated by...

Archaeological Evaluation at 111 Ock Street, Abingdon, Oxfordshire (OASIS ID: oxfordar1-387598)

Oxford Archaeology was commissioned by Orion Heritage to undertake an archaeological evaluation at the site of a proposed retirement complex at 111 Ock Street, Abingdon, Oxfordshire. The work was undertaken as a condition of planning permission. The evaluation was undertaken between the 1st and 2nd of June 2017 and comprised two 15m-long trenches. The trenches uncovered stone walls comprising part of a malthouse shown on the 1874 Ordnance Survey town map, as well as a...

Dividing the Land

Seren Griffiths
Field systems are ubiquitous features of the English countryside and despite much work on their character having taken place for almost a century relatively little is known about their chronology. This project addressed this imbalance by utilising the research potential of developer-funded scientific dating (which provides an estimated c 80% of archaeological radiocarbon dating in England) together with data from published sources to produce a detailed narrative of the chronological development of field systems in...

A1 Leeming to Barton motorway upgrade scheme, North Yorkshire (A1 scheme)

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Midland Road, Peterborough. Archaeological Excavation

Angela Boyle & York Archaeological Trust
This report relates to a medieval and post-medieval cemetery at Midland Road, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire (NGR TL 18399 99053, Figure 1). The cemetery was originally associated with the medieval leper hospital of St Leonard which was founded by 1125. This site is of national importance, as relatively few cemeteries relating to leper hospitals have been excavated. Initially, seven evaluation trenches were excavated, four of which yielded possible graves. The evaluation led to an archaeological excavation designed...

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.

Land adjacent to 47 Parkside, Coventry. Archaeological Evaluation

Birmingham Archaeology was commissioned by Provision UK Ltd to undertake an archaeological evaluation in advance of a proposed development at land adjacent to 47 Parkside, Coventry (NGR SP 3381 7855). The evaluation took place in February 2010 and involved the excavation of four trial-trenches. Two trial-trenches were located at the northern part of the site and both revealed extensive medieval and early post-medieval archaeological remains. Sandstone foundations, layers and pits were uncovered and the pottery...

Land at Spicers, Mill Lane, Sawston, Cambridgeshire. Archaeological Excavation

Birmingham Archaeology was commissioned by RPS Planning and Development, acting on behalf of Spicers Limited, to undertake an archaeological excavation in advance of the construction of a warehouse and ancillary offices at Spicers, Mill Lane, Sawston, Cambridgeshire (NGR TL 4712 4984; Planning Reference: S/0750/01/F). The development site is on a slight spur of land comprising gleyic brown calcareous earths with deep fine loams over chalk drift and chalk falling from about 19m AOD in the...

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,...

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...

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.

AS Rolling Mills, Cradely Heath, Sandwell, West Midlands. Historic Building Recording

In August 2007, Birmingham Archaeology carried out a programme of historic building recording and analysis on AS Rolling Mills, 75 Lower High Street, Cradley Heath (NGR SO 9400 8581) in advance of the redevelopment of the site. The buildings were recorded at a variety of levels from Level 1 to 3 dependent on their period and style. The site showed continued development from late 19th-century beginnings through to the late 20th century. The buildings surveyed...

Thorswood Nature Reserve, North Staffordshire. Archaeological Desk-Based Assessment and Survey

An archaeological desk-based assessment and survey were carried out by Birmingham Archaeology at the Thorswood Nature Reserve, near Stanton, North Staffordshire (centred on NGR SK 1140 4700). The assessment and survey were carried out to provide archaeological information about the study area prior to its utilisation as an educational resource. The work was carried out during September 2003 on behalf of the Staffordshire Wildlife Trust. The assessment examined the available documentary and cartographic evidence, whilst...

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...

Holy Trinity Church, Watermoor, Cirencester, Gloucestershire. An Archaeological Watching Brief Report (OASIS ID: urbanarc1-289653)

Chiz Harward
Watching brief on the excavation of a new water pipe connection pit within the churchyard, west of the church. A homogenous 'Dark Earth' type deposit was recorded to a depth of 0.9m bpgl within the pit. Most of the pit had been previously disturbed by trenches for two water pipes and the impact of the excavation on undisturbed archaeological remains was minimal. The presence of Dark Earth adds to similar observations from many nearby archaeological...

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...

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....

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.

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...

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.

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    56
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    49
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