Volume: RCHME: Chesters Roman Fort and Vicus Project, Northumberland

Date:
1 Nov 1991 - 22 Jan 1993
Location:
Wall, Northumberland
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Humshaugh, Northumberland
Humshaugh, Chesters, Northumberland
Humshaugh, Chesters, Northumberland
Chesters Roman Fort, Humshaugh, Northumberland
Chesters, Humshaugh, Northumberland
Chesters, Humshaugh, Northumberland
Chesters, Humshaugh, Northumberland
Reference:
AF0858849
Type:
Volume containing Graphic and Textual material
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Description

RCHME Newcastle undertook the survey of the Roman fort and adjacent area, at the request of English Heritage, between 1992 and 1993, to add to the information provided by a 1991 AP transcription by RCHME Swindon. The Ancient Monuments Laboratory conducted a geophysical survey in 1992. 1:1000 field survey following AP vicus transcription at 1:1000 Contents : 4 plans, 2 reports, 1 AP transcription, copy of geophysical survey plan, 4 computer plots, correspondence, research material Condition : INTACT

Archival History

2 aerial photographic negatives removed. 7/11/2002

Content

This is part of the Series: RCH01/001 RCHME Archaeological Requests; within the Collection: RCH01 Royal Commission on the Historical Monuments of England (RCHME) Archive

This Volume is divided into 8 Child Records
This Volume contains the following materials:
Aerial Photograph Transcription: 1
Computer Generated Plot: 4
Geophysical Survey: 1
Measured Survey: 4
File: 1
Report: 2

Rights

Copyright Crown Copyright. Historic England Archive

People & Organisations

Surveyor: Markham, Philip: Oxford University

Surveyor: Lofthouse, Colin: Royal Commission On The Historical Monuments Of England

Air Photograph Interpreter: Crutchley, Simon: Rchme Swindon

Surveyor: Bowden, Mark: Royal Commission On The Historical Monuments Of England

Customer: English Heritage

Surveyor: Blood, Keith: Royal Commission On The Historical Monuments Of England

Researcher: Welfare, Humphrey: Royal Commission On The Historical Monuments Of England

Keywords

Roman Fort, Roman Bridge, Roman Vicus