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Excavations at Catsgore, 1970-1973

a Romano-British village

by Roger Leech

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Published by Western Archaeological Trust in Bristol .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Catsgore (Extinct city),
  • Somerset (England),
  • England,
  • Somerset.
    • Subjects:
    • Excavations (Archaeology) -- England -- Somerset.,
    • Britons -- England -- Somerset.,
    • Romans -- England -- Somerset.,
    • Catsgore (Extinct city),
    • Somerset (England) -- Antiquities, Celtic.,
    • Somerset (England) -- Antiquities, Roman.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographies.

      StatementRoger Leech ; with contributions by P. Arthur ... [ et al ].
      SeriesExcavation monograph ;, no. 2
      ContributionsArthur, Paul
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDA147.C25 L44 1982
      The Physical Object
      Pagination177 p., [2] folded leaves of plates :
      Number of Pages177
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2919437M
      ISBN 100904918106
      LC Control Number84152428

      "Evidence for Spelt Malting at Catsgore." in R. Leech, ed. Excavations at Catsgore (Bristol ). Florus , Orosius (copied by a number of later authors), and CGL V E. Abbe. The Plants of Virgil's Georgics (Ithaca ). Hillman, G. C. () Evidence for spelting malt. In R. Leech (ed.) Excavations at Catsgore a Romano-British village, Bristol, Western Archaeological Trust, Excavation Monograph 2. Hillman, G. C. () Interpretation of archaeological plant remains: the application of ethnographic models from Turkey.

      Excavations at Catsgore - Roger Leech Type: Monograph | | Committee for Rescue Archaeology in Avon, Gloucestershire and Somerset | Item not available on this server. Leech — R. Leech, Excavations at Catsgore a Romano-British village, Bristol, Leech — R. Leech, “The excavation of a Romano-Celtic temple and a later cemetery on Lamyatt Beacon, Somerset,” Britannia 17 ()

      Full text of "Wiltshire archaeological and natural history magazine" See other formats. Title: Excavations at Catsgore A Romano-British Village, Excavation Monograph No. 2 Author Name: Leech, Roger ; Categories: Britain, Publisher: Western Archaeological Trust: ISBN Number: ISBN Number Binding: Paperback Book Condition: Used - .


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This item is not 1970-1973 book because: There are no reservable copies for this title. Excavations (Archaeology) England Catsgore (Somerset) Catsgore. Sigwells is a hamlet located in an area rich in archaeology remains, overlooking Cadbury Castle in Somerset, England.

It was the target of research by the South Cadbury Environs Project, which produced significant Early Bronze Age and Middle and Late Iron Age archaeology.

Of national importance was the identification of the earliest known metalworking building in Britain, dated to Middle. Excavations at Catsgore – a Romano-British Village. Western Archaeological Trust Excavation Monograph 2, Bristol, Pp. iv +pls. 20, text figs. This category has only the following subcategory.

s establishments in Western Samoa Trust Territory‎ (2 C). Pages in category "s in Western Samoa Trust Territory". Excavations at Catsgore a Romano-British village Book. English. Published Bristol: Western Archaeological Trust.

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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : R. Leech. Gordon Hillman (20 July – 1 July ) was a British archaeobotanist and academic at the UCL Institute of has been described as "a pivotal figure in the development of archaeobotany at the Institute of Archaeology at University College London, [who] through his research, publications and teaching had a major influence on the field worldwide."Fields: Archaeobotany.

Roger Leech has written: 'The St Michael's Hill precinct of the University of Bristol' 'Excavations at Catsgore, ' -- subject(s): Antiquities, Celtic, Antiquities, Roman, Britons, Celtic. 'With considerations of Romanisation and identity very much at the forefront of current thinking and research ion roman archaeology, it is a pleasure to welcome a book which makes such a substantive contribution to the subject this is a very original book, essential reading for all working and researching in the filed of roman archaeology.'Cited by: Hillman, G.

() Evidence for spelting malt. In R. Leech (ed.) Excavations at Catsgore a Romano-British village, Bristol, Western Archaeological Trust, Excavation Monograph 2. Author of Small medieval towns in Avon, Early industrial housing, The St Michael's Hill precinct of the University of Bristol, The Upper Thames Valley in Gloucestershire and Wiltshire (Western Archaeological Trust), Cities in the World, (Soc Post Med Arch Monographs), Excavations at Catsgore,Historic towns in Gloucestershire, The topography of medieval and early modern.

Evans, J. ‘Later Iron Age and ‘native’ pottery in the north-east’’, in Vyner, B. (ed.) Moorland Monuments: Studies in the Archaeology of north-east Yorkshire in honour of Raymond Hayes and Don ch Reports of the Council for British Archaeology.

Volume I Eburacum Roman York (London: Royal Commission on Historical Monuments England, ), pp– Excavations at Catsgore, Somerton, Somerset, Somerset Archaeology and Natural History, Excavations at Catsgore (Western Archaeological Trust, Excavation Monograph; No.

Bristol, GB: Committee for Rescue Archaeology in Avon, Gloucestershire and Somerset. Book review. 'Excavations at Bishopstone by Martin Bell. Sussex. Vol. 17, Britannia. Vol. 17, Published by It contains articles, short papers and book reviews on all aspects of the archaeology and history of Roman Britain.

In addition, Excavations at Catsgore A Romano-British Village by Roger Leech. Accepted manuscript: Poundbury Camp in Context—A new Perspective on the Lives of Children from urban and rural Roman England Article in American Journal of Physical Anthropology (2) P Arthur The pottery from the excavation In: Excavations of a large Romano-British settlement at Hacheston, Suffolk,East Anglian Archaeology Edited by:T Blagg, J Plouviez, A Tester.

From Hillman joined the excavations at the Aşvan Project, on the Murat river in eastern Turkey. This was a pioneering multi-disciplinary excavation of four sites around the village of Aşvan, led by David French and involving a wide range of specialists, including those.

Hillman, G. C. () Evidence for spelting malt. In R. Leech (ed.) Excavations at Catsgore – a Romano-British village, – Bristol, Western Archaeological Trust, Excavation Monograph 2. Hillman, G. C. () Interpretation of archaeological plant remains: the application of ethnographic models from Turkey.Follow Roger Leech and explore their bibliography from 's Roger Leech Author Page.Excavations on 'The Mound' at Church Norton, Selsey in and Sussex Archaeological Collections – Good anchorage may be found in Author: David Tomalin.