n.a., (1995). Moorland monuments: studies in the archaeology of north-east Yorkshire in honour of Raymond Hayes and Don Spratt.

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Moorland monuments: studies in the archaeology of north-east Yorkshire in honour of Raymond Hayes and Don Spratt
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Council for British Archaeology Research Reports
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101
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256
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A collection of papers by professional and amateur archaeologists which reflects both the variety of the archaeology of the moorlands and the eclectic interests of Hayes and Spratt. The first part comprises a series of general reviews and begins with `The history of the early human environment' by Ian Simmons (5--15) -- essentially a look at prehistoric periods. Blaise Vyner (16--30) looks at `The bridges of place: cross-ridge boundaries reviewed' and considers the significance of the areas demarcated by them. Harold Mytum (31--7) presents `Iron Age square barrows on the North York Moors', placing a survey of barrows in Wykeham Forest in context. Adam Gwilt & David Heslop (38--45) examine `Iron Age and Roman querns from the Tees Valley', their typology and distribution. Jeremy Evans (46--68) observes trends in `Later Iron Age and "native" pottery in the North-East' and plots the distribution of various forms and fabric types. Peter Wilson (69--78) reviews research into `North-east Yorkshire in the Roman period: developments and prospects'. For the medieval period, Robin Daniels (79--90) discusses `The church, the manor and the settlement: the evidence from Cleveland'.Part two concentrates on heritage issues. Terry Manby (93--118) attempts to reconstruct the archive of `A 19th century antiquary: the excavations and collection of Samuel Anderson' (a barrow excavator and collector of Bronze Age pottery; an appendix (117--18) publishes Anderson's `Liverpool correspondence'). Stephen J Sherlock (119--29) presents `The archaeology of Roseberry Topping' -- a key landmark on the Cleveland/Yorkshire border that has yielded evidence of prehistoric occupation and Industrial period mineral workings. In `Below the surface: museums and archaeology' Hilary Wade (130--9) gives a history of the institutions displaying and interpreting archaeology in the area. The section closes with a paper by Graham Lee (140--52) on `Managing the archaeology of the North York Moors National Park'. The third section presents the results of fieldwork. Bill Pearson (155--70) )reports on a campaign to record `Two early Bronze Age sites in Sleddale' (a stone setting at Weyworth Moor and a ring-cairn at Codhill Slack). Colleen E Batey (171--7) reports on `Survey at Scarth Wood Moor 1984--90' (BA barrows). Trevor Pearson (178--84) details `Archaeological excavations in Scarborough 1987--1992' that revealed evidence of the medieval town. Industrial archaeology emerges in two papers: Gary Marshall (185--96) reports on `An archaeological evaluation of the Saltwick alum works', and John K Harrison (197--210) describes `Investigations at Commondale Mill' (a watermill).Artefacts are covered in the fourth part. John Bateman (213--19) describes `Lithic material from the Howardian Hills'. John Dent & Andrew Tupman (220--2) catalogue `A hoard of [BA] bronzes from Boon Hill, Fadmoor, North Yorkshire'. Hedley Swain (223--7) discusses `Talking heads: three "Celtic" heads from East Cleveland' (from Huntcliffe, Lazenby, and Boulby). Sarah Jennings & Glenys Boyles (228--34) examine the `Evidence for the manufacture of Ryedale ware recovered from the village of Coxwold'; this material dates from the post-medieval period. Jennifer Price & Sally Cottam (235--42) discuss the `Late Roman glass bowls from Beadlam Villa, North Yorkshire', with an appendix detailing other vessels of the same type from around Britain (240--2).The volume concludes with `Raymond Harland Hayes, MBE, FSA: bibliography' compiled by Peter Wilson & Roger Cooper (245--7) and `Don Spratt DSc, FSA: bibliography' compiled by Jenny Parker' (248--9). JMO
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Blaise E Vyner
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1995
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1872414559
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Location - Auto Detected: Boon Hill Fadmoor North Yorkshire
Location - Auto Detected: Howardian Hills
Location - Auto Detected: Wykeham Forest
Location - Auto Detected: Northeast Yorkshire
Location - Auto Detected: East Cleveland
Location - Auto Detected: Tees Valley
Location - Auto Detected: Beadlam Villa North Yorkshire
Location - Auto Detected: Commondale Mill
Location - Auto Detected: Hayes
Location - Auto Detected: Coxwold
Location - Auto Detected: Scarth Wood Moor
Location - Auto Detected: Weyworth Moor
Location - Auto Detected: North York Moors
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Roman
Iron Age
Iron Age
Medieval
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Bronze Age
Temporal - Auto Detected: 19th Century
Roman
Prehistoric
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Date Of Issue From: 1995
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21 Jan 2002