Wearmouth and Jarrow: Northumbrian Monasteries in an Historic Landscape

Alex Turner, Sam Turner, Sarah Semple, 2017

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Wearmouth and Jarrow: Northumbrian Monasteries in an Historic Landscape

The digital archive is comprised of:

  • Documents and Reports:
    • Contemporary and Competing Vistas: Public Perceptions of Wearmouth and Jarrow Volumes 1 and 2. Sophie Jane Laidler. Phd thesis.
    • Exhibition Banners
    • Geoarchaeological Reports
  • Geophysical Survey Data - Reports and GPR, gradiometer, and resistivity datasets from sites in both Wearmouth and Jarrow.
  • Historic Landscape Characterisation - Database tables and GIS data. An amended version of this dataset forms part of Tyne and Wear Historic Landscape Characterisation.
  • Laser Scanning - report and point clouds and images of St Peter's, Wearmouth and St Paul's, Jarrow.
  • Petrology and OSL Data - reports, images, models, and drawings of both St Peter's, Wearmouth and St Paul's, Jarrow.