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This resource brings together the excavated evidence for the rural settlement of Roman Britain with the over-arching aim to inform a comprehensive reassessment of the countryside of Roman Britain. It includes both traditionally published reports and 'grey literature' reports from developer-funded excavations since 1990.
Illustration for item February 2017: ADS nominated for 'Archaeological Innovation of the Last 50 Years'!

February 2017: ADS nominated for 'Archaeological Innovation of the Last 50 Years'!

The Archaeology Data Service is proud to announce that we have been nominated for a Current Archaeology Award for 'Archaeological Innovation of the Last 50 Years'! Every year Current Archaeology celebrates the projects and publications that have made the pages of Current Archaeology over the last 12 months. All the Current Archaeology Awards are voted for entirely by the public so we encourage yo... more

The Archaeology Data Service is proud to announce that we have been nominated for a Current Archaeology Award for 'Archaeological Innovation of the Last 50 Years'! Every year Current Archaeology celebrates the projects and publications that have made the pages of Current Archaeology over the last 12 months. All the Current Archaeology Awards are voted for entirely by the public so we encourage you to cast your vote for the projects and people that have inspired you this year, and for the last 50 years.

Illustration for item January 2017: England's North Sea Ports

January 2017: England's North Sea Ports

The England's North Sea Ports project was undertaken by Cornwall Archaeological Unit for Historic England. The project commenced in February 2014 and was completed in July 2016. The principal aim of the project was to improve the strategic-level understanding of the values, significance, vulnerability and adaptability to change of port-related heritage for England's North Sea coast. The project p... more

The England's North Sea Ports project was undertaken by Cornwall Archaeological Unit for Historic England. The project commenced in February 2014 and was completed in July 2016. The principal aim of the project was to improve the strategic-level understanding of the values, significance, vulnerability and adaptability to change of port-related heritage for England's North Sea coast. The project products include 19 individual Port Heritage Summaries (PHS) and a Strategic Overview report (this document). These were written to inform all parties interested in a port's future development and the sustainable management of its port-related heritage.

Illustration for item December 2016: Clun Castle

December 2016: Clun Castle

In 1991 English Heritage took Clun Castle into guardianship and began to plan a major programme of repair and renovation. Prior to this work starting, the then City of Hereford Archaeology Unit was commissioned to produce an outline history of the site. This was followed by survey work on the upstanding section of curtain wall and its two flanking towers on top of the motte. The main collection c... more

In 1991 English Heritage took Clun Castle into guardianship and began to plan a major programme of repair and renovation. Prior to this work starting, the then City of Hereford Archaeology Unit was commissioned to produce an outline history of the site. This was followed by survey work on the upstanding section of curtain wall and its two flanking towers on top of the motte. The main collection consists of unpublished reports generated by the project alongside photographs and drawings.

Illustration for item December 2016: The Rural Settlement of Roman Britain: an online resource (Updated)

December 2016: The Rural Settlement of Roman Britain: an online resource (Updated)

This resource brings together the excavated evidence for the rural settlement of Roman Britain with the over-arching aim to inform a comprehensive reassessment of the countryside of Roman Britain. It includes both traditionally published reports and 'grey literature' reports from developer-funded excavations since 1990. The project arose from pilot projects undertaken by Cotswold Archaeology and... more

This resource brings together the excavated evidence for the rural settlement of Roman Britain with the over-arching aim to inform a comprehensive reassessment of the countryside of Roman Britain. It includes both traditionally published reports and 'grey literature' reports from developer-funded excavations since 1990. The project arose from pilot projects undertaken by Cotswold Archaeology and funded by Historic England and it began in 2012. It is funded by grants from the Leverhulme Trust to the Universities of Reading and York (ADS) and from Historic England to Cotswold Archaeology.

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