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Research News Issue 19: Spring 2013

Front cover for Research News Issue 19

This is the last edition of Research News in its current form. It has a section devoted to Stonehenge, and it has new articles under the usual section headings of New Discoveries and Interpretations & Developing Methodologies.

Contents

  • STONEHENGE
    First ever on-site exhibition: conserving the objects for display
    Surveying the Stonehenge landscape
  • NEW DISCOVERIES AND INTERPRETATIONS
    The identity of Bexwell Barn, Norfolk
    Investigating a chain pump recovered from the wreck of the Northumberland
    Chalk Lowlands and the Hull Valley; a story of levelling and survival
    St Nectan’s Church, Hartland, Devon: dendrochronological dating of the pews
    The Antiquities of Windover Hill revisited
    The Pleasance, Kenilworth: a royal residence and pleasure garden
  • DEVELOPING METHODOLOGIES
    Ultrasonic Thickness Testing: devising new ways to manage marine heritage
    The English Heritage Science Strategy
  • NOTES & NEWS
  • RESEARCH REPORTS
  • NEW PUBLICATIONS

Additional Information

  • Series: Research News/Historic England Research
  • Publication Status: Completed
  • Product Code: 51824
  • ISSN: 1750-2446

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