2 edition of South Midlands Archaeology found in the catalog.
South Midlands Archaeology
Council for British Archaeology. Regional Group 9.
|Statement||edited by Andrew Pike. Nos.14-16, 1984-86.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||p.p.29-35, 116, 141p. :|
|Number of Pages||141|
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Two of the nine official regions of England are the West Midlands and East tuent country: England. Broughton, Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire: The evolution of a South Midlands landscape (Oxford Archaeology Monograph) by Rob Atkins (Author), Elizabeth Popescu (Author), Gareth Rees (Author), Dan Stansbie (Author) & 1 moreFormat: Hardcover.
The West Midlands is a region of geographical, topographical and geological contrasts, forming disparate landscapes that are reflected in the nature and diversity of its rich archaeology. This ranges from evidence of its prehistory to the important industrial heritage. RESCUE AGM and meeting, Council for British Archaeology (South Midlands) Spring Conference with the theme "Grist to the mill: recent work on windmills and watermills", feedback on Northamptonshire Archaeology Vol.
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Vols. 1 to 35 ( – ), being Group 9 (or South Midlands) Region of the Council for British Archaeology, together with copies of the pages containing references to Radley and Thrupp. Document: D This was investigated and found to be the storm shoreline of a post-glacial lake, a remnant of an era when the Shannon and its lakes – Lough Ree and Lough Derg covered much more of the Midlands than today.
Two gold armlets, part of the Derrinboy hoard dated c. Found near Kilcormac, 10 km south of Lough Boora. Remains of ancient campfires. Enclosed is a cheque for £ payable to CBA South Midlands Name: Address: E-mail and telephone: Enquiries should be addressed to David Ingham at the address above, or on / @ This course aims to provide a general hands-on introduction to flint, examining the sort of material that might be encountered in the.
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The general perception of the west midlands region in the Roman period is that it was a backwater compared to the militarized frontier zone of the north, or the south of Britain where Roman culture took root early – in cities like Colchester, London,and St Albans – and lingered late at cities like Cirencester and Bath with their rich, late Roman villa : Roger White.
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He is currently working on a book on early transport in the Midlands. James Lawson is Chairman of this Society. He was formerly Archivist and Taylor Librarian of Shrewsbury School. Susan Limbrey is Emeritus Professor of Environmental Archaeology at the University of Birmingham.
Garwood, P (ed, ): The Undiscovered Country: the earlier prehistory of the West Midlands. Oxford: Oxbow Books; Garwood, P, Jennings, D, Skeates, R, and Toms (eds.
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The book is arranged chronologically, each chapter addressing the important themes identified within each period. The colour images illustrate different aspects of the archaeology of the West Midlands and also include a series of distribution maps produced from data held in the region's Sites and Monuments Records and Historic Environment Records.
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