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Fieldwork and excavation on village sites in Launditch Hundred, Norfolk
|Statement||by Peter Wade-Martins.|
|Series||East Anglian archaeology -- 10|
|Contributions||Norfolk Archaeological Unit.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||167|
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The conservation of archaeological material is a complex process which demands a high degree of professional judgement of its practitioners. The Museums and Collections Care team and . The three seasons of excavation –71 have provided details of occupation lasting continuously from the third century until the nineteenth century. In the Roman period cobbled streets and timber Author: Barry Cunliffe, David Baker.
Excavations at Reffley Spring and Temple, King’s Lynn, October Brief History: The site was a red brick building, a temple, built in by the Reffley Brethren (an anti-establishment order founded in . This document forms the analytical report for the site archive generated by fieldwork undertaken by Oxford Archaeology East at the War Ditches Iron Age Ringwork, Cherry Hinton, Cambridgeshire (TL Author: Alexandra Pickstone, Richard Mortimer.
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A study of three deserted village sites in the Launditch Hundred, Godwick, Pudding Norton and Bittering is to be published in a forthcoming volume of East Anglian Archaeology. An appraisal of the four Dark. Summary. This is the site of Sutton deserted medieval settlement.
It is listed in the Domesday Book ofand is referred to as Sutton Green inbut by the end of the post medieval period had been. Archaeological evidence and historic records are often at variance on the subject of animal husbandry.
This paper discusses the problems of integrating the evidence for medieval and Cited by: Fieldwork and Excavation on Village sites in Launditch Hundred, by Peter Wade-Martins. This report looks at the fieldwork undertaken over an area of Norfolk which includes.
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This book looks behind the popular aspects of archaeology such as the discovery and excavation of sites, the study of human remains and animal bones, radiocarbon dating, museums and 'heritage'. Details about Anglian & Fenland Archaeology Journals (2 Dvds) Metal Detecting PDF Collection.Fieldwork At Village Sites In LaunditchBarton Bendish & Caldecote Fieldwork.
John Jenkins held a messuage, 5 acres and a half of land; one acre of meadow in the village of Morton, within the parish of Helming» ham, &c. H I LHILDERSTON, CALLED in the book of Domesday, Author: Francis Blomefield. The medieval clay-land village: excavations at Goltho and Barton Blount.
Guy Beresford. Society for Medieval Archaeology, - Excavations (Archaeology) - pages. 0 Reviews. From inside the book. Methodology: fieldwork and recording 4 Methodology: post-fieldwork 6 Timetable and personnel 8 Health and Safety 8 Monitoring arrangements 8 Other factors 9 File Size: 3MB.
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It was recorded in the last century, and recent fieldwork, with aerial photographs, has been used to suggest.
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On spine: History of Norfolk First edition published The first 2 vols. and part of v.3 appeared in numbers Vols. "continued" by Rev. Charles Parkin. Parkin died before completing Pages: The site: This is a unique chance to be part of an excavation and associated fieldwork in a Scheduled Ancient Monument, at a site famous across the world.
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