n.a., (1996). Church archaeology: research directions for the future.

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Title:
Church archaeology: research directions for the future
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Council for British Archaeology Research Reports
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Volume:
104
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Number of Pages:
230
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RR104.pdf (98 MB) : Download
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Comprises a series of papers commissioned by the Churches Committee of the Council for British Archaeology. An `Introduction is provided by Richard Morris (xv--xvi). Part one covers the early church (AD 400--1200) and begins with two papers on archaeology and architecture: `Church buildings: cultural location and meaning' by Richard Gem (1--6) and `Churches in the early English landscape: social and cultural contexts' by John Blair (6--18). The Early Christian church in Scotland and Man AD 400--1200 is then examined in: `The origins and development of Christianity in north Britain and southern Pictland' by Ian Smith (19--37); `The west of Scotland' by Ian Fisher (37--42); `The church in Scotland in the later 11th and 12th centuries' by Neil Cameron (42--6); and `The early church on the Isle of Man c 500--1200' by Lawrence Butler (46--8). `Identifying the archaeology of the early church in Wales and Cornwall' is by Nancy Edwards (49--62). The late medieval English church and parish devotion in buildings and the landscape is discussed in `Parish church building: the fabric' by Andrew Brown (63--8); `Interior and furnishings' by Christine Peters (68--75); `Religious practice on the margins' by Gervase Rosser (75--84). Church archaeology in Scotland and Man AD 1200--1600 is covered in `The archaeology of the Scottish church in the later Middle Ages' by Richard Fawcett (85--102) and `The medieval church on the Isle of man c 1200--1600' by Lawrence Butler (102--3). ` 'A landscape without churches': Wales AD 1200--1600'is explored by Lawrence Butler (104--111). Papers on post-Reformation churches begin with `Continuity, reaction and revival: church archaeology in England c 1600--1880' by Roberta Gilchrist & Richard Morris (112--26). The post-Reformation church in Scotland is discussed in `The emergence of the reformed church in Scotland c 1560 -- c 1700' by John G Dunbar (127--34) and `Disruption, unification and the aftermath: the church in Scotland 1700--1990' by Simon Green (134--43). `Reformation, restoration and revival: churches and chapels in Wales 1600--1900' is by A J Parkinson (144--58). Human remains are considered in `Archaeological study of church cemeteries: past, present and future' by Elizabeth O'Brien & Charlotte Roberts (159--81). Then `Legislation and management in England and Wales' is outlined by Carl Bianco (182-- 8), while `Church archaeology -- the legal position in Scotland' is covered by Edwina Proudfoot (189-- 96). The concluding paper, `Church archaeology in retrospect and prospect', is provided by Warwick Rodwell (197--202).
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John Blair
Carol Pyrah
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Year of Publication:
1996
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1 872414 68 0
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Country: Wales
Location - Auto Detected: Cornwall
Location - Auto Detected: Britain
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Temporal - Auto Detected: 1700
Temporal - Auto Detected: Early
Medieval
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Date Of Issue From: 1996
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The British & Irish Archaeological Bibliography (BIAB)
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21 Jan 2002