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SELECT REGIONAL BIBLIOGRAPHY#


Details are provided below of useful general works on the historic environment of the East Midlands, including syntheses of particular periods and key intra-regional studies. General studies of the submerged landscapes of Doggerland are also included.

For a more comprehensive list of references (which is open to contributions) please click here

Bahn, P and Pettitt, P 2009 Britain's Oldest Art: The Ice Age Art of Creswell Crags. London: English Heritage

Barnatt, J and Smith, K 2004 The Peak District: Landscapes through Time. Macclesfield: Windgather Press

Beckett, J V 1988 The East Midlands from AD1000. London: Longman

Bennett, S and Bennett, N 2006. An Historical Atlas of Lincolnshire. Hull: University of Hull Press

Bevan, B 2004 The Upper Derwent. 10,000 Years in a Derwent Valley. Stroud: Tempus

Bewley, R 1998 Linconshire's Archaeology from the Air. Lincoln: Lincolnshire Society for History and Archaeology

Catney, S and Start, D (eds) 2003 Time and Tide: the Archaeology of the Witham Valley. Heckington: Witham Valley Archaeology Research Committee.

Clay, P 2002 The Prehistory of the East Midlands Claylands (University of Leicester Archaeology Monograph 9). Leicester: University of Leicester

Coles, B J 1998 'Doggerland: A speculative survey'. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society 64, 45-81

Cooper, N (ed) 2006 The Archaeology of the East Midlands: An Archaeological Resource Assessment and Agenda (University of Leicester Archaeology Monograph 13). Leicester: University of Leicester

Cooper, T 2008 Laying the Foundations: A History and Archaeology of the Trent Valley Sand and Gravel Industry (CBA Research Report 159). York: Council for British Archaeology

Edmonds, M and Seaborne, T 2001 Prehistory in the Peak. Stroud: Tempus

Ellis, S and Crowther, D (eds) 1990 Humber Perspectives: A Region through the Ages. Hull: Hull University Press

Ellis, S Fenwick, H Lillie, M et al (eds) 2001 Wetland Heritage of the Lincolnshire Marsh. An Archaeological Survey. Hull: University of Hull, Humber Wetlands Project

Everson, P and Stocker, D 1999 Corpus of Anglo-Saxon Stone Sculpture 5, Lincolnshire. Oxford: Oxford University Press

Gaffney, V, Fitch, S and Smith, D 2009 Europe's Lost World: The Rediscovery of Doggerland (CBA Research Report 160). York: Council for British Archaeology

Gaffney, V, Thomson, K and Fitch, S 2007 Mapping Doggerland. The Mesolithic Landscapes of the Southern North Sea. Oxford: Archaeopress

Hall, D and Coles, J 1994 Fenland Survey: An Essay in Landscape and Persistence. London: English Heritage

Hart, C R 1981 The North Derbyshire Archaeological Survey. Chesterfield: North Derbyshire Archaeological Trust

Jones, M J 2010 Roman Lincoln: Fortress, Colony and Capital. Stroud: The History Press.

Jones, M J, Stocker, D and Vince, A 2003 The City by the Pool: Assessing the Archaeology of the City of Lincoln. Oxford: Oxbow Books

Knight, D and Howard, A J 2004 Trent Valley Landscapes. Kings Lynn: Heritage Marketing & Publications

Leahy, K 2007 The Anglo-Saxon Kingdom of Lindsey. Stroud: The History Press

Malone, S and Williams, M (eds) 2010 Rumours of Roman Finds: Recent Work on Roman Lincolnshire. Heckington: Heritage Trust of Lincolnshire

Osborne, M 2003 Twentieth Century Defences in Britain. The East Midlands. Market Deeping: Concrete Publications

Palmer, M and Neaverson, P 1992 Industrial Landscapes of the East Midlands. Chichester: Phillimore

Pevsner, N 1973 The Buildings of England: Northamptonshire (revised by B Cherry). Harmondsworth: Penguin

Pevsner, N 1978 The Buildings of England: Derbyshire (revised by E Williamson). Harmondsworth: Penguin

Pevsner, N 1979 The Buildings of England: Nottinghamshire(revised by E Williamson). Harmondsworth: Penguin

Pevsner, N 1984 The Buildings of England: Leicestershire and Rutland (revised by E Williamson with G K Brandwood). Harmondsworth: Penguin

Pevsner N and Harris, J 1989 The Buildings of England: Lincolnshire (revised by N Antram). London: Penguin

Riley, D N 1980 Early Landscape from the Air: Studies of Crop Marks in South Yorkshire and North Nottinghamshire. Sheffield: University of Sheffield, Department of Prehistory and Archaeology

Society for Lincolnshire History and Archaeology The History of Lincolnshire (12 volumes from prehistoric to modern periods): for details see http://www.slha.org.uk/

Stafford, P 1985 The East Midlands in the Early Middle Ages. Leicester: Leicester University Press

Stocker, D A 2006 England's Landscape: The East Midlands. London: Collins

Tingle, M 2004 The Archaeology of Northamptonshire. Northampton: Northamptonshire Archaeological Society

Upex, S 2008 The Romans in the East of England: Settlement and Landscape in the Lower Nene Valley. Stroud: Tempus

Van de Noort R 2004 The Humber Wetlands: The Archaeology of a Dynamic Landscape. Macclesfield: Windgather Press

Van de Noort, R and Ellis, S (eds) 1997 Wetland Heritage of the Humberhead Levels: An Archaeological Survey. Hull: University of Hull, Humber Wetlands Project

Van de Noort, R and Ellis, S (eds) 1998 Wetland Heritage of the Ancholme and Lower Trent Valleys: An Archaeological Survey. Hull: University of Hull, Humber Wetlands Project

Vince, A (ed) 1993 Pre-Viking Lindsey. Lincoln: City of Lincoln Archaeology Unit

Whitwell, J B 1982 The Coritani: Some Aspects of the Iron Age Tribe and the Roman Civitas (British Archaeological Reports British Series 99). Oxford: B.A.R

Reconstruction drawing by Colin Tyler of a pair of Everitt Burrell side-drum ploughing engines at work in a rural landscape that would have been typical of many lowland areas of the East Midlands at the end of the nineteenth century (drawing courtesy of Neil Tyler; see Haining, J and Tyler, C 1985 `Ploughing by Steam`. Bath: Ashgrove Press)
Image 8.1 Reconstruction drawing by Colin Tyler of a pair of Everitt Burrell side-drum ploughing engines at work


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