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Excavations at Alchester, 1927.

J H. Iliffe

Excavations at Alchester, 1927.

by J H. Iliffe

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Published by [Society of Antiquaries of London] in [London] .
Written in English


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Offprint from The antiquaries journal, v.9, 1929.

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Open LibraryOL19791515M

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In this way a sculptural relief emerges as I carve my way though the pages. : Excavations in the extramural settlement of Roman Alchester, Oxfordshire (Oxford Archaeology Monograph) () by Booth, P. and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great : Hardcover.

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Ur excavations by Joint Expedition of the British Museum and of the Museum of the University of Pennsylvania to Mesopotamia; Hall, H. (Harry Reginald),ed; Woolley, Leonard, Sir, ; Legrain, Leon, edPages: Excavations at Alchester, Iliffe, J. Published by Academic Journal Offprint from - Antiquaries Journal - London 9, (2), () Used.

Condition: Fair. This is 1927. book ex-library book and may have the usual library/used-book markings book has hardback covers.

In fair condition, suitable as a study copy. No dust jacket. The excavation. Here are some tantalisingly poor quality images from the excavations conducted in Comments The excavation — 3 Comments Ron Clayton on Novem at am said: I suspect image 4 is later than The workman looks he’s wearing jeans.

The book basically delivers what it says, a broad overview of complicated jumble that is dress accessories from to from excavations in London. Basically I bought this as a what-to-buy-for-which-period guide and I am pretty happy with it for that purpose.

Only wish that they had covered the period from to but other than that Cited by: 4. Chichester Excavations I Unknown Binding – January 1, by Rule Margaret Down, Alec.

(Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating. See all 2 formats and editions Hide 5/5(1). Sir Leonard Woolley's account of the excavations at the Sumerian city of Ur in modern Iraq undertaken by the British Museum and the University of Pennsylvania from towhere the so-called royal tombs they found yielded some of the most beautiful artifacts to come out of ancient ground.4/5.

TOLEDO, SPAIN—Archaeological work was recently completed at a 13th-century Jewish cemetery in Toledo, an important cultural center for medieval Jews before their expulsion from Spain in The excavations at Quarley Hill,Proceedings of the Hampshire Field Club Hill, J.D. Rethinking the Iron Ago, Scottish Archaeological Review 6: 16 – Cited by:   Since there is nothing to suggest that Alchester ever became a colony, it must have been the main base of the legio II Augusta and thus Vespasian's base (a case supported by other indications, notably the fortress's foundation date of a.d.

43/44), unless it is the only known exception to the by: 2. Excavations at Chester, the lesser medieval religious houses: sites investigatedby S W Ward, Excavations of the Benedictine nunnery and Dominican friary and summaries of the Franciscan and Carmelite friaries.

Architectural appraisal. Appendices on medieval floor tiles and local pottery fabrics. xiv + pp. ill ( Excavations at Ur of the Chaldees.

Leonard Woolley. Society of Antiquaries of London, - Excavations (Archaeology) - 22 pages. 0 Reviews. From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. Contents. Section 1. Excavations on the Cotswold Way There have been a number of excavations at Great Witcombe Villa, beginning in after its discovery by workmen removing an ash tree.

Each of those excavations has left a legacy of poor preservation of the walls and foundations and unsympathetic reconstruction; therefore little of the present display represents.

Woolley opened more than 2, tombs at Ur, as well as conducted extensive excavations of a ziggurat and other large-scale buildings. Systematic exploration of the so-called Royal Cemetery, dating mainly to the Early Dynastic IIIA period (ca.

B.C.), began during the season. Great excavations enhanced – Birdoswald, Richborough, Whitby and the Chester amphitheatre (Tony Wilmott) 5. Aspiring to greatness: The recent excavations at Maiden Castle (Niall Sharples) 6. The urban revolution: Martin Biddle’s excavations in Winchester, (John Collis) 7.

EXCAVATIONS AT ARMSLEY. BY H. EDWARDES. Armsley is on the left bank of the Avon, about a mile below Breamore mill, and comprises the south-western slopes of Castle Hill.

The local name of Armsley is probably derived from Ulmarsley, as Domesday Book refers to land held by Ulmar of Breamore Manor, being in the King's Forest. The land is. The excavations. test pit. Dr Gabor Thomas began a systematic examination of Lyminge’s Anglo-Saxon archaeology in This followed up the results of a small-scale evaluation by the Canterbury Archaeological Trust inwhich identified 8th-9th-century occupation in land to the south of the present churchyard.

The season. All excavations including trenches must be shored or sloped that are 5 feet ( m) in depth, or greater ().

For excavations less than 5 feet ( m) in depth, the competent person examines the excavation for potential cave-in hazards and makes a determination if protection is .Excavations at Chester: 25 Bridge Street, two thousand years or urban life in microcosm Issue 14 of Archaeological Service Excavation and Survey Report Series Issue 14 of Excavation & survey report / Archaeological Service.This section is empty.

You can help by adding to it. (January )Excavations. Start of excavations at Tell Uqair by Iraqi Directorate General of Antiquities (Seton Lloyd, Taha Baqir and Fuad Safar).; Start of excavations at Ahichatra.; Start of excavations in the Vatican Necropolis.; Excavations at Brahmagiri by M.

H. Krishna of the Mysore state Archaeological Department.