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Excavation of the Belgic & Romano-British site at Quinton, Northamptonshire, 1971-2.

R. M. Friendship-Taylor

Excavation of the Belgic & Romano-British site at Quinton, Northamptonshire, 1971-2.

by R. M. Friendship-Taylor

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Published by Northampton Borough Council in Northampton .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Reprinted from The Journal of the Northampton Museum, no.II (December 1974).

The Physical Object
Pagination59p. :
Number of Pages59
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Open LibraryOL18125528M

Landscaping of the farmyard at Mancetter Farm was preceded by a two-stage excavation. i: A trial area 10m by 10m was excavated to check the survival of Romano British features. ii: A further extension was excavated later. Preservation of Romano British features . A purpose built museum designed to show the remains of the city’s Roman bath house, previously hidden under a car park. Excavated in , the public baths served the local Romano-British community between the 2nd and 5th centuries. The museum also includes other collections, charting the social history, archaeology and geology of region.

BRIDGE FARM ROMANO-BRITISH SETTLEMENT, NR. LEWES, EAST SUSSEX | The excavation and interpretation of a 1st-4th century AD Romano-British settlement . Hiller, Jonathan, Hardy, Alan and Blinkhorn, Paul, , 'Excavations at Derngate, Northampton. ' Northamptonshire Archaeology Vol. 30 p. Chapman, Andy, , 'Excavation of the Town Defences at Green Street, Northampton, ' Northamptonshire Archaeology Vol. 28 p. download from ArchLib.

Excavations have found cattle, sheep, pig and horse bones. These would not only be used for meat but milking, riding, ploughing and clothing. Agriculture, however, must have fitted in somewhere - cereal remains are commonly found on excavation sites and corn drying ovens, beehive querns for flour making and bread kilns are also widespread. Friendship-Taylor, R M ‘The excavation of the Belgic and Romano-British settlement at Quinton, Northants, ’. Journal of the Northampton Museum and Art Gall Friendship-Taylor, R M ‘The excavations of the Belgic and Romano-British settlement at Quinton, Northamptonshire, Site B, ’.


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Excavation of the Belgic & Romano-British site at Quinton, Northamptonshire, 1971-2 by R. M. Friendship-Taylor Download PDF EPUB FB2

Such deposits are, however, also characteristic of salterns, and salt manufacture too is known to have taken place in the Somerset Levels in the Romano-British period.

Recently, for the first time, a drawn section and scientific analysis were made for one such buried mound in the Somerset Levels (Leech et al. It contained briquettage. Friendship-Taylor has written: 'The excavation of the Belgic & Romano-British settlement at Quinton, Northants.

' -- subject(s): Excavations (Archaeology), Antiquities. EXCAVATIONS OF A ROMANO-BRITISH ENCLOSURE COMPLEX AT BURTON WOLD FARM, BURTON LATIMER, NORTHANTS of the site). Firstly, in the southern part of the Development Area, a small group of rectilinear and curvilinear enclos-ures was recorded as SMR (NGR SP ).

Secondly, in the northern part of the Development Area, a. 'Excavations on a Roman Site at Overstone, near Northampton', Northamptonshire Archaeol –33 Williams, J.H., 'Excavations on Greyfriars, Northampton, ', Northamptonshire Archaeol 96– Excavation of a Romano-British enclosure complex at Burton Wold Farm, Burton Latimer, Northamptonshire Lists.

Lists. Webster, J. and Webster, P. () Excavation of a Romano-British enclosure complex at Burton Wold Farm, Burton Latimer, Northamptonshire.

Northamptonshire Archaeology, pp. (). A fragm ent of Rom an m ilitary equipm ent from Aldwincle' Northamptonshire Archaeology xiii: (). The Book o f Lincoln. The excavation of the Belgic and Romano-British site a t Quinton'.

This project design details the planned excavation at Romano-British villa site at SU and c. 10m OD. The excavation is scheduled to take two weeks commencing on 21st August 2 Site Location & Geology The settlement site lies c10m above Ordnance Datum to the south east of the. Friendship-Taylor, R M 'The excavation of the Belgic and Romano-British settlement at Quinton, Northants, '.

Journal of the Northampton Museum and Art Gall Friendship-Taylor, R M 'The excavations of the Belgic and Romano-British settlement at Quinton, Northamptonshire, Site.

A Belgic and Romano-British site at Bromham. A Companion to Roman Britain. A Corpus of Religious Material from the Civilian Areas of Roman Britain. A Dea Nutrix figurine from a Romano-British cemetery at Baldock, Hertfordshire. A Gazetteer of Roman Villas in Britain.

A history of Archaeological. English Heritage has hit out at the "thieves using metal detectors" who looted the site of a Roman town in Northamptonshire. Peter Cox, 69, of Lancaster Street. Name: Quinton, South Northamptonshire Place type: Village Location: Grid Ref: SP • X/Y co-ords:• Lat/Long:Roman occupation.

In the 1st century BC, most of what later became Northamptonshire became part of the territory of the Catuvellauni, a Belgic tribe, the Northamptonshire area forming their most northerly possession.

The Catuvellauni were in turn conquered by the Romans in 43 AD. The Roman road of Watling Street passed through the county, and an important Roman settlement, Lactodorum, stood. The site of the Romano-British farmstead, 53 m ( ft.) above sea level, is in a prominent and exposed position at NGR ST (FIG.

1; PL. XVIII A). There are extensive views in all directions, particularly over the valley of the River Cary to the north and over the. 1 Romano British pottery and bones found at SP in Roman rubbish pit.

The finds are in Leamington Art Gallery. 2 The siting of these finds as given above is inaccurate. The correct site, as given above, is evident on a photograph in the Leamington Art Gallery. Details of hillfort on Pastscape (SP ) Ancient Earthwork (TI) (on Thenford Hill).

(1) The camp of 'Arberry Hill' is situated by the side of Banbury Lane, somewhat more than a mile N of Thenford village. The earthwork is irregular, but nearly the segment of a circle, extending c yds along the N and W edges of the hill.

c 7 yds below is a ledge or lynchet, from which a second declivity. Friendship-Taylor has written: 'The excavation of the Belgic & Romano-British settlement at Quinton, Northants.

' -- subject(s): Excavations (Archaeology), Antiquities. This volume presents the results of excavations at Mucking, Essex (Figs. –2) relating to the site’s Romano-British occupation, which took place between and While a ‘rescue’ excavation occurring in advance of (and often during) quarrying operations, it also aimed at near-total excavation of the archaeological features.

The Royal Commission on Historical Monuments of England survey, covering the archaeological remains of the north east of Northamptonshire. Divided into parishes, this inventory covers remains from the prehistoric period through to post-medieval settlements and earthworks.

There is an appendix on Roman roads. RCHME Inventory Volumes. Originally. The Cinque Ports & Romney Marsh by Brenthall M.

John Gifford Plates & facsims, folding map, pp xii, Original cloth, 1st edition, 8vo, vg in unclipped. News from Quinton Northamptonshire. In view of the developing situation with the Corona virus, and current advice from the Health Authorities, we have decided that it would be prudent to temporarily suspend all the services in St John the Baptist until further ever, the Church will remain available for personal quiet reflection: key holders are displayed on the Notice ey.

Kivell, R. de C.,'Objects found During Excavation on the Romano-British Site at Cold Kitchen Hill, Brixton Deverill', WAM, vol. 43, pp.

(find of Durotrigan silver stater reported, p.pl. 4) Klawans, Z.,Imitations and Inventions of Roman Coins. (discusses the forgeries of ancient coins by Giovanni Cavino in the 16th. This is a reproduction of a book published before This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc.

that were either part of the original artifact, or were introduced by the scanning process. We believe this work is culturally important, and despite the imperfections,Author: Francis Haverfield.Excavations on the site of the Romano-British town of Magna, Kenchester, Herefordshire, during the years [Jack, G.

H.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Excavations on the site of the Romano-British town of Magna, Kenchester, Herefordshire, during the years Author: G.

H. Jack.