ADS LIBRARY SOURCES

The ADS Library bibliographic records come from the following sources:

Source Name Description
ADS Archive These bibliographic records have been sourced from resources archived with the ADS.
ADS Library These bibliographic records have been manually entered into the ADS Library since it was launched in 2017.
ADS Grey Literature Library These bibliographic records were created from the ADS Library of Unpublished Fieldwork Reports (aka the Grey Literature Library) database.
ADS Grey Literature Library and Archaeological Investigations Project These bibliographic records were compiled from the merged datasets of the ADS Library of Unpublished Fieldwork Reports (aka the Grey Literature Library) and the records created by the Archaeological Investigations Project (AIP). The AIP produced gazeteers of archaeological fieldwork and outputs between 1990-2010
Aggregates Levy Sustainability Fund These biliographic records were created from data about the reports archived with the ADS as part of the Aggregates Levy Sustainability Fund (ALSF).
A Guide to the Historical and Archaeological Publications of Societies in England and Wales 1901-1933 These biliographic records were transcribed from 'A Guide to the Historical and Archaeological Publications of Societies in England and Wales 1901-1933' by E L C Mullins, for the original online version of Bristish and Irish Archaeological Bibliography established in 2005.
Alan Vince Archive These biliographic records were created from data about the reports in the Alan Vince archive held by the ADS.
Archaeological Investigations Project (AIP) These biliographic records were created from the gazeteers of archaeological fieldwork and outputs that the Archaeological Investigations Project (AIP) based at Bournemouth University produced between 1990-2010.
Biab online These biliographic records were compiled from 2005 to 2016 for the online version of the British and Irish Archaeological Bibliography, continuing the twice-yearly hard-copy publication from 2002-2004.
Birmingham University Field Archaeology Unit These biliographic records were created from data about the reports in the Birmingham University Field Archaeology Unit (BUFAU) digital archive.
British Archaeological Abstracts (BAA) These biliographic records were compiled from the British Archaeological Abstracts (BAA). BAA was a twice-yearly publication, published from 1968 to 1991 by the Council for British Archaeology, detailing the latest and most significant archaeological publications.
Channel Tunnel Rail Link These biliographic records were created from data about the reports deposited with the ADS as part of the Channel Tunnel Rail Link Section One archive.
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Highways Agency These biliographic records were created from data about the unpublished reports from works funded by the Highways Agency (now Highways England) deposited with the ADS in 2010/2011.
Lincolnshire County Council These biliographic records were created from data about the unpublished reports originally held by the Historic Environment Record of Lincolnshire County Council, and subsequently scanned and archived with the ADS.
Marches Archaeology These biliographic records were compiled from data about the unpublished reports deposited with the ADS in 2012, following a English Heritage (now Historic England) funded project to rescue the important physical and digital materials following the closure of Marches Archaeology in 2006.
North Yorkshire HER These biliographic records were compiled from data about the unpublished reports, held by the Historic Environment Record of North Yorkshire County Council, and subsequently scanned and archived with the ADS.
OASIS These biliographic records are created when a report is transferred from OASIS, an online form for recording Historic Environment events, to the ADS for long-term preservation.
Oxbow These biliographic records are supplied by the publisher Oxbow.
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Reports of the Committee on Ancient Earthworks and Fortified Enclosures These biliographic records were transcribed from the 'Reports of the Committee on Ancient Earthworks and Fortified Enclosures [of the Congress of Archaeological Societies]'' for 1906 to 1939.
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The Archaeological Bibliography for Great Britain and Ireland (ABGBI) These biliographic records were created from the Archaeological Bibliography for Great Britain and Ireland (ABGBI). ABGBI was a comprehensive, index listings publications from 1940 to 1980 (originally under the title Archaeological Bulletin for the British Isles), and published by the Council for British Archaeology
The British and Irish Archaeological Bibliography (BIAB) These biliographic records were created for the British and Irish Archaeological Bibliography (BIAB) which was produced by the Council of British Archaeology from 1997 to 2001 when it became the BIAB online service.
The British Archaeological Bibliography (BAB) These biliographic records were compiled for the British Archaeological Bibliography (BAB) which was established in 1991 by the Council for British Archaeology, and ran from 1992 to 1996.
The Index of Archaeological Papers These biliographic records were created as part of the Index of Archaeological Papers, produced by the Gomme family between 1892 and 1910. This was a retrospective compilation, and included the works of seventeenth- and eighteenth-century antiquaries.
The rural settlement of Roman Britain project These biliographic records were created from data about the unpublished reports identified and used by the Rural Settlement of Roman Britain project (2012-2016). With the agreement of the parties concerned, including the 88 Historic Environment Records, Sites and Monument Records and Urban Archaeology Databases, consulted as part of the project, the reports were scanned and made available through the ADS.