Land south-west of Ripple, Worcestershire

Worcestershire Historic Environment and Archaeology Service, 2007 (updated 2008)

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Primary contact

Robin Jackson
Project manager
Worcestershire Historic Environment and Archaeology Service
Woodbury
Worcester University
Henwick Grove, Worcester
WR2 6AJ
England
Tel: 01905 855401

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https://doi.org/10.5284/1000261
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Worcestershire Historic Environment and Archaeology Service (2008) Land south-west of Ripple, Worcestershire [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1000261

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Overview

The digital archive

The digital archive currently consists of the following resources:

Project Reports
Photographic Archive

A selction of digital images recording the site excavation. The images are accompanied by a digital version of the original photographic index sheet. In addition there is also a selection of other project images including images of a timber recovered from a Neolithic pit.

Finds database

The original finds register is available to download as a series of comma separated value (.csv) files.

Non-digital Archive and Publications

In addition to the reports contained within the digital archive the project also produced the following outputs:

Lectures
Paper at Severn Archaeological Seminar (28-02-05): The archaeology of the River Severn and its tributaries - an introduction
Other
Members of South Worcestershire Archaeological Group participated in and undertook training in Geophysical survey (led by Geophysical Surveys Bradford), metal detecting (led by Dean Crawford of Metodet) and earthwork survey and excavation (led by WHEAS staff)

The Archaeology Data Service (ADS) do not hold any further information regarding these non-digital outputs, any queries should be directed to the depositor.