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|Statement||A. R. Hands. 2, Excavations 1993-96.|
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From the Transactions of the Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society A Romano-British Shaft of Dressed Stone and the Settlement at. Plot lies close to Plot where Romano-British settlement has been identified by Wessex Archaeology. The excavations in Plot uncovered a series of interconnecting coaxial enclosures and droveways dating to the mid-late Roman period (2nd to 4th century AD), probably forming part of a permanent settlement. North Killingholme, North Lincolnshire The excavation of a large and complex Roman settlement site in advance of construction work. a rare early Romano-British oak ladder and many finely detailed objects such as carved bone, coins and glass bangles. Phase plan of the Roman and Iron Age features.
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The Romano-British roadside settlement at Wilcote, Oxfordshire: Excavations Arthur Robinson Hands, A. Hands Hadrian Books, - Social Science - pages. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hands, Arthur Robinson, Romano-British roadside settlement at Wilcote, Oxfordshire.
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Hands. Settlement-Sites. Only two settlement-sites of the Romano-British period in Oxfordshire, Alchester and Dorchester-on-Thames, have any claim to be called towns. The remainder were at best villages, and it is doubtful whether the majority even deserve that title, so scanty are their remains.
Towns. Alchester. The Romano-British Roadside Settlement at Wilcote, Oxfordshire II Excavations – British Archaeological Report, British Series. Oxford. British Archaeological Report, British Series. The Romano-British Roadside Settlement at Wilcote, Oxfordshire II Excavations – British Archaeological Report, British Series.
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Hands. Stock no. Published by Tempus Reparatum. 1st Very good condition. Large format. Card wraps. BAR British Series ISBN: Slight discolouration to covers. The Romano-British Roadside Settlement at Wilcote, Oxfordshire III: Excavations in Oxford: British Archaeological Reports, Oxford: British.
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Hands, A Romano-British Roadside Settlement at Wilcote, Oxfordshire, I and II (BAR British series andand ) D. Honey, Changing Faces of Witney, Book One and Book Two (Witney, and ). Abstract. Between April and June Oxford Archaeology East (OA East) carried out an open area excavation on land at East View Close, Radwinter, Essex (TL ).
A totalAuthor: Patrick Moan. The label roadside settlement can be used of a wide variety of sites in Roman Britain, which makes it the same time a slippery and a useful term. Taken at its straightforwardly descriptive value, however, it enables us to avoid some of the rather arid discussions of settlement categorisation that have periodically bedevilled Romano-British studies.
×Warning Cookies are used on this site to provide the best user experience. If you continue, we assume that you agree to receive cookies from this site. Domestic Animals and Their Uses. In book: A Companion to Roman Britain, pp - The Romano-British Roadside Settlement at Wilcote, Oxfordshire I, Excavations –92 Author: Annie Grant.
Buckland, P.C. Roman South Yorkshire: A Source Book. University of Sheffield. Sheffield. A Fourth Century Faunal Assemblage from the Roman Roadside Settlement at Wilcote, Oxfordshire.
Unpublished MSc dissertation. Taylor, J. Surveying Small Towns: the Romano-British Roadside Settlement at Shiptonthorpe, East Yorkshire. The excavation of the Roman villa at Shakenoak Farm, Oxfordshire, was carried out between and and the results were published in five volumes between and In his Preface, the surviving author A.R.
Hands writes: "The three excavators, Conant Brodribb, David Walker and the writer, were equal participants in all aspects of the excavation and publication of the site.
Details. The monument includes the buried remains of a Romano-British roadside settlement and a World War II pillbox at Westhawk Farm. It is situated on low ground adjacent to a small tributary stream of the Great Stour, on the southern outskirts of Ashford.
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1 Excavated features Tiddington Road show that this part of the settlement was occupied from the 2nd to the later 3rd/4th century; in line with findings on the rest of the settlement, most buildings on the settlement were of timber, there being no local source of stone.
2 Archaeological excavation of four foundation trenches for a new front portico at Tiddington Road revealed a group of. For a general description of the fortress, see P. Carrington, English Heritage book of Chester (L o n d o n ().
For an interim report on the site, see P. Wilson, "Recent work at Catterick," i n : HEM Cool and MJ Baxter. The Roman-British settlement, the earthwork enclosure and a section of the Fosse Way to the east and south-east of Easton Grey is scheduled for the following principal reasons: * Survival: despite much of the site being under cultivation, archaeological features survive as buried deposits and also as earthworks, and it will retain considerable.
1 Four Constantinian coins and a coin of Claudius from a field called Bankey Meadow. 2 The site covered a number of fields and pottery, stone and bone were recorded.
Coins have been found but these have been disturbed. A number of coins are recorded from the site including coins of Claudius II, Tetricus II, barbarous imitation of Tetricus I, Valentinian I and three of uncertain.
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- The Romano- British Roadside Settlement at Wilcote, Oxfordshire I Excavations Journal of Applied Accounting Research, 7 (1), Day, R. and Woodward, T., Disclosure of information about employees in the Directors' report of UK published financial statements: substantive or. ISBN (: L ) Standort: 94 B #2 The Romano-British roadside settlement at Wilcote, Oxfordshire / Anthony R.
Hands. Oxford: Tempvs Reparatvm, (BAR British series .) 1: Excavacations Romano-British South East Wales Settlement Survey. March A report for Cadw by Edith Evans BA PhD MIFA.
GGAT report no. / Project no. GGAT Excavation west of Wivelsfield, East Sussex, revealed part of an early Romano-British settlement.
One of the round-houses may have had a non-domestic, possibly ritual, function. The settlement appears to have been subsequently incorporated within a rectilinear arrangement of field/enclosure ditches.
Along the edge of one of these ditches were built a series of features interpreted as ovens, of. An Iron Age and Romano-British Enclosed Settlement at Watkins Farm, Oxon (Thames Valley Landscapes Monograph) by T.
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Archaeology Travel Guide to Romano-British Villas Many have compared, either directly or indirectly, some of the Romano-British Villas to the English stately homes of the eighteenth-century.
These Roman country residences were large, opulent and obviously the residences of wealthy and powerful individuals. An occasional series covering Hampshire archaeological digs, large and small. A ‘Banjo’ Enclosure in Micheldever Wood, – ‘Banjo’ enclosures are identified by their shape – a more or less circular enclosure, with outer bank, and parallel ditches leading away from a single entrance.
Gurney, D. Settlement, Religion and Industry on the Fen-edge; Three Romano-British Sites in Norfolk, E. Anglian Archaeol. Gurney, D. 'Small towns and villages of Roman Norfolk. EXCAVATION OF AN IRON AGE AND ROMANO-BRITISH SETTLEMENT SITE AT OAKRIDGE, BASINGSTOKE, HAMPSHIRE, by MARY OLIVER with contributions by F W ANDERSON, JOANNA BIRD, S A MAYS and P MURPHY ABSTRACT The site o/Oakridge was discovered during the building of a housing estate in Observations and some excavation.
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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Paperback.by Chris Ellis and Andrew B. Powell ISBN: Download a PDF of the full text of this book. Construction of a tank road through part of Salisbury Plain, from Warminster to Tilshead, has revealed archaeological remains dating from the Neolithic up to .Romano-British origin.
Betwee c n 0 and (Phase 3A), finds included large deliberate dumps of animal bones and pottery dated to the late 2nd century. A second major period of dumping was recognised above (Phase 3B). There was a large quantity of animal bones and late 3rd/early 4th century pottery between and