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  • Radiocarbon Dates

    This volume holds a datelist of 647 radiocarbon determinations carried out between 2004 and 2007 in support of research funded by English Heritage through the Aggregates Levy Sustainability Fund.

    Series: Archaeology

  • Radiocarbon Dates

    A detailed catalogue of the radiocarbon dates funded by English Heritage between 1993 and 1998

    Series: Archaeology

  • A Neolithic and Bronze Age Landscape in Northamptonshire

    This book presents the actual data collected as a result of The Raunds Area Project, which investigated more than 20 Neolithic and Bronze Age monuments in the Nene Valley. It accompanies volume 1 which was published in 2008.

    Series: Archaeology

  • A Neolithic and Bronze Age Landscape in Northamptonshire: Volume 1 – The Raunds Area Project

    This book is the result of The Raunds Area Project, which investigated more than 20 Neolithic and Bronze Age monuments in the Nene Valley. An accompanying volume of data is due to be published in 2010.

    Series: Archaeology

  • The Stonehenge Landscape

    This illustrated book contains new information and interpretations about Stonehenge itself and parts of its landscape history not covered before.

    Series: Archaeology

  • The Malvern Hills: An ancient landscape

    Examines the landscape of the Malvern Hills, a ridge of ancient volcanic rocks along the western edge of the Severn Valley. The survey ranges from the early prehistoric period to the present day, including the two large Iron Age hillforts on the ridge.

    Series: Archaeology

  • Mapping Ancient Landscapes in Northamptonshire

    A record of the National Mapping Programme project in Northamptonshire. It recovered and mapped archaeological evidence from field systems, through settlement remains, to funerary monuments, and ranges from the Neolithic to the 20th century.

    Series: Archaeology

  • An Archaeological Map of Hadrian’s Wall (1:25000 Scale)

    Revised Edition. This is the only map at any scale to depict the archaeology of the Hadrian's Wall corridor with all recent archaeological discoveries and revisions. The map complements the OS Landranger and Explorer maps by providing focussed heritage and tourist information.

    Series: Archaeology

  • Birdoswald: Excavations of a Roman fort on Hadrian’s Wall and its successor settlements, 1987-1992

    Birdoswald was the eleventh fort from the east end of Hadrian’s Wall. Here, the author integrates the archaeological, historical and scientific evidence contributed by numerous experts to reconstruct the life of the Roman fort and its later uses.

    Series: Archaeology

  • Housesteads Roman Fort - The Grandest Station

    Extensive excavations were carried out between 1974 and 1981 by Newcastle University. This book combines these results with those of work done between 1959 and 1961 by Durham University to give a complete plan of the north-east part of the fort.

    Series: Archaeology

  • Hadrian’s Wall: Archaeological research by English Heritage 1976-2000

    From 1976 to 2000 English Heritage archaeologists undertook excavation and research on Hadrian’s Wall. This book reports on these findings and includes the first publication, of the James Irwin Coates archive of drawings of Hadrian’s Wall made in 1877–96.

    Series: Archaeology

  • The Wessex Hillforts Project

    An archaeological survey of the Iron Age prehistoric earthwork forts that crown many hills in Southern England. The survey distinguishes several classes of hillfort, and reveals the great variation in complexity among sites.

    Series: Archaeology

  • Neanderthals Among Mammoths

    The discovery in 2002 of mammoth bones and stone tools at Lynford Quarry in Norfolk gives a rare opportunity to study the socioecology of Neanderthals and the relationship between their social structure and the distribution of resources in the landscape.

    Series: Archaeology

  • Hambledon Hill, Dorset, England

    Excavation and survey of a neolithic monument complex and its surrounding landscape. This two volume study resulted from the excavation and survey directed by Roger Mercer between 1974 and 1986, which demonstrated that Hambledon was the site of an exceptionally large and diverse complex of earlier Neolithic earthworks.

    Series: Archaeology

  • Britain’s Oldest Art: The Ice Age cave art of Creswell Crags

    This is the story of the discovery, in 2003, of Britain’s first Ice Age cave art at Creswell Crags. It includes a definitive list, photographs, drawings and description of the motifs and sets the discovery in its archaeological and geological context.

    Series: Archaeology

  • Dangerous Energy: The archaeology of gunpowder and military explosives manufacture

    This book comprises a national study of the explosives industry and provides a framework for identification of its industrial archaeology and social history. It ranges from gunpowder manufacture in the late Middle Ages through to 20th-century explosives.

    Series: Archaeology

  • The Dover Bronze Age Boat

    Tells the dramatic story of the discovery in 1992 of the perfectly preserved remains of a large prehistoric, sewn plank boat in Dover, a unique find of a boat capable of cross-channel sailing.It includes carefully researched reconstruction drawings.

    Series: Archaeology

  • Hillforts: Prehistoric strongholds of Northumberland National Park

    A detailed archaeological landscape survey which investigates the purpose, design and function of Iron Age hillforts in Northumberland National Park.

    Series: Archaeology

  • The Rows of Chester: The Chester Rows research project

    This book contains almost 10 years of historical and archaeological research on the Rows of Chester, the most extensive surviving example in Europe of a medieval two-tier complex of shops.

    Series: Archaeology

  • Science in Archaeology: An agenda for the future

    Helps set an agenda for the future of scientific applications in archaeology. Identifies, as well as refines, existing scientific techniques that have the potential to answer important questions about reconstructing the past in the short to medium term.

    Series: Archaeology

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