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Excavation of the Iron Age, Roman, and medieval settlement at Gorhambury, St Albans
David S. Neal
by Historic Buildings & Monuments Commission for England in London
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. 238-240) and index.
|Statement||by David S. Neal, Angela Wardle, and Jonathan Hunn ; with contributions by Justine Bayley ... [et. al.].|
|Series||Archaeological report / English Heritage,, no. 14, Archaeological report (English Heritage) ;, no. 14.|
|Contributions||Wardle, Angela., Hunn, Jonathan., English Heritage.|
|LC Classifications||DA690.S13 N37 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 246 p. :|
|Number of Pages||246|
|LC Control Number||90222548|
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History of St Albans facts for kids Kids Encyclopedia Facts St Albans is a city in southern Hertfordshire, England, 20 miles (32 km) north of London, beside the site of a Catuvellauni settlement and the Roman town of Verulamium on the River Ver.
An Iron Age and Romano-British Settlement in the South Cotswolds, BAR Brit. Ser.Oxford. Blockley, G.C. ‘Excavation on the site of a Roman quay at Caerleon and its significance’, in Boon, Excavations of the Iron Age, Roman and Medieval Settlement at Gorhambury, St Albans, London.
Noddle, B.A. ‘The animal bones’, Cited by: Excavation of the Iron Age, Roman and Medieval Settlement at Gorhambury, St Albans by David Neal, Angela Wardle, Jonathan Hunn; The Old Village and the Great House: An Archaeological and Historical Examination of Drax Hall Plantation, St.
Ann's Bay, Jamaica by Douglas Armstrong (pp. Jul 15, · "The discovery of the underlying Iron Age settlement is extremely exciting. "While there are traces of settlement beneath Roman Verulamium (today's St Albans) and Canterbury and close to the site of Roman Colchester, none of these resembles the evidence that we have here at.
Oct 31, · Fifty years of study have produced an immense amount of data and interpretation, enabling patterns of settlement types to be mapped. Descriptions of medieval settlements and their development is included.
Medieval settlements have associations with vernacular houses, places of worship, commemorative structures, animal management and field systems. book review Metals, minds and mobility: integrating scientific data with archaeological theory Excavation of the Iron Age, Roman and Medieval Settlement at Gorhambury, St Albans.
By D. N eal, A. W ardle, and J. H unn. Martin Millett. Oct 17, · S - Excavation of the Iron Age, Roman and Medieval Settlement at Gorhambury, St. Albans. (English Heritage Archaeological Report No. 14) written by David S. Neal, Angela Wardle, Jonathan Hunn and Others.
Mar 01, · A new approach to the study of Romanization in Britain: A regional perspective of cultural change in late Iron Age and Roman Dorset using the Siler and Gompertz-Makeham models of mortality. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, Vol.Issue.
2, p. Cited by: Excavation of Iron Age Settlement - 'Site G' A rectangular enclosure, along with hearth stones, charcoal and pottery, was found during an excavation.
The enclosure and pottery dated to the Iron Age period and suggest that the site may have been a settlement. Excavation of Iron Age Settlement - 'Site E' During an excavation Roman features and finds were uncovered.
A number of ditches may represent the remains of a field system. Three pits were also found and at least one of these was probably a well. The possible extent of Medieval settlement of Exhall, suggested by documentary evidence.
May. Heritage List Entry Summary for Iron Age To Roman Settlement With Incorporated Fogou And Adjacent Post-Medieval Cottage At Carn Euny. Heritage List Entry Summary for Iron Age To Roman Settlement With Incorporated Fogou And Adjacent Post-Medieval Cottage At Carn Euny showed that the building and occupation of the Iron Age-Roman settlement.
In Julyan archaeological excavation was conducted by Northamptonshire Archaeology in advance of a water mains replacement between Sapley and Sawtry, at Alconbury Hill, Cambridgeshire. The investigation targeted the site of a late Iron Age and Roman settlement that had been identified by trial trench excavation.
Albans began as a major settlement in the Late Iron Age. Verulamium, that settlements Roman successor, became the 3rd largest city in Roman Britain. Alban was the earliest Christian martyr in northern Europe. The only English Pope was educated in St. Albans?. IRON AGE SETTLEMENT AND ROMANO-BRITISH ENCLOSURES AT COVENTRY ROAD, HINCKLEY 39 Avon.
To the south-east the Welland flows eastwards towards the North Sea. The nearest watercourses to the Iron Age and Roman settlements are Sketchley Brook, km to the south, and Harrow Brook, 2km to the east, both of which flow into the Anker.Vol. 23, Britannia.
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