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June 2022: Site Data from a Geophysical Survey at Gate Burton Energy Park, Lincolnshire February to April 2022 (Archive released)
This collection comprises geophysics data and a report from a geophysical survey at Gate Burton Energy Park. This work was undertaken by Archaeological Services WYAS between February and April 2022.
June 2022: Images from Analytical Buildings Recording (Level 3) of a Barn at Pethills Farm, Winkhill 2021-2022 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images from building recording of a barn at Pethills Farm undertaken by The Archaeology Co. between December 2021 and February 2022. The barn dates from the early-mid 18th century and was built as a combination barn to house a cart, horse(s) and a small number of cattle, with a hay loft over. Recording of the form and fabric of the barn was undertaken, along with a measured survey, resulting in floor plans at each level of the building and a representative cross section positioned to record a historic roof truss.
June 2022: Surrey Archaeological Collections (Archive updated)
Surrey Archaeological Collections is the journal of the Surrey Archaeological Society. The journal, from 1990, is being archived with the Archaeology Data Service. Tables of contents, abstracts and the contents of any microfiche are available for archived volumes. Full text for each article is made available three years after the publication date.Backlog reports from volumes 1 upwards are now being archived and made available too.
June 2022: Site Data from an Archaeological Evaluation at Night Owl Truck Stop, Watling Street, Lilbourne 2015 (Archive released)
This collection comprises site data (images and CAD) from an archaeological evaluation of land to the north of the Night Owl Truck Stop, Watling Street (A5), Northamptonshire, In November 2015, undertaken by Cotswold Archaeology. The evaluation, which was commissioned by RPS on behalf of Eddie Stobart Logistics Ltd, was undertaken to partially address a planning condition for the expansion of the truck-stop parking area. The evaluation demonstrated the presence of Romano-British activity in the western half of the development area, immediately adjacent to Watling Street. This includes late 1...
June 2022: Site Data from an Archaeological Evaluation at St Edmunds Lane, Great Dunmow Essex 2015 (Archive released)
This collection comprises site data (CAD, images, reports and spreadsheets) from an archaeological evaluation by trial trenching at a piece of land on St Edmunds Lane, Great Dumnow, Essex in 2015. The work was undertaken by Archaeology South-East (ASE), the contracting division of the Centre for Applied Archaeology (CAA), Institute of Archaeology (IoA), University College London (UCL) and was commissioned by CgMs.The evaluation was carried out in advance of the construction of a residential development. Nine evaluation trenches were excavated, covering 1.8ha development area, in accordance w...
June 2022: Site Data from an Archaeological Watching Brief at Gloucester Golf Club, Matson Lane, Gloucester September to October 2019 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images and GIS data from an Archaeological Watching Brief at Gloucester Golf Club, Matson Lane, Gloucester. This programme of archaeological works was undertaken by Cotswold Archaeology between September and October 2019.
June 2022: Images from a Historic Building Record (Level 2) of Bootham Crescent Football Ground, Grosvenor Road, York 2021 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images from a Historic Building Recording survey (Level 2) of Bootham Crescent Football Ground, York undertaken by MAP Archaeological Practice Ltd in December 2021 prior to its demolition under the instruction of Persimmon Homes.
June 2022: Site Images and Data from an Archaeological Evaluation at Knotwood Farm Fields, Old Stratford, Northamptonshire, 2015 (Archive released)
This collection comprises site data (images and CAD) from an archaeological evaluation which was undertaken by Cotswold Archaeology in October 2015 at Knotwood Fields Farm, Northamptonshire. The evaluation was undertaken to inform a planning application to South Northamptonshire Council for the development of a solar farm. The fieldwork comprised the excavation of fourteen trenches. The evaluation recorded a number of curvilinear ditches, which most likely represent small enclosures and a roundhouse. Pottery dating from the Iron Age was recovered from the silted fills of these ditches. Broa...
June 2022: Site Data from an Archaeological Magnetometry Survey at Jarvis Street, Eckington, Worcestershire, 2021 (Archive released)
This collection comprises site data from Detailed magnetometry survey, which was carried out over 1ha using hand-pushed cart with 5 sensors mounted 0.5m apart, the work was undertaken by Archaeological Surveys Ltd. The geophysical survey located a number of discrete, pit-like features, although it is not clear if they have any archaeological potential, relate to modern features or are associated with tree removal. Ridge and furrow was also encountered.
June 2022: Site Data from an Archaeological Evaluation at Hadrians Close, Sea Mills, Bristol 2021 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images and GIS data from an archaeological evaluation of land at 16, Hadrian Close, Sea Mills, Bristol, undertaken by Avon Archaeology Limited in 2021. The evaluation was carried out in response to a planning condition imposed by South Gloucestershire County Council relating to the construction of a single bungalow on the site, as a replacement for a post-war pre-fabricated house.
June 2022: Site Data from an Archaeological Evaluation at Crescent House and Austin House, Abingdon School, Abingdon, Oxfordshire 2019 (Archive released)
This archive collection comprises of site data (images, spreadsheets, reports and CAD) from an archaeological evaluation at Abingdon School Crescent House & Abingdon School Austin House. The work was undertaken by Oxford Archaeology (south) in October 2019.
June 2022: Images from a Historic Building Recording (Level 2) Survey at Former agricultural building, Field Head, Durham 2022 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images from an historic building recording scheme on a former agricultural building located northwest of Field Head, Newbiggin, County Durham, undertaken in February 2022, by Vindomora Solutions Ltd.. The recording was undertaken to fulfill part of a planning application which sought to convert the building into a dwelling, with associated landscaping and parking: as the building was classified as a non-designated heritage asset, the recording was required before conversion could take place.
June 2022: Site Data from an Archaeological Excavation at Barton, Oxford, October to November 2015 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images, CAD, spreadsheets, site records and reports from an archaeological excavation at an area of land west of Barton Park on the outskirts of Oxford. This work was undertaken by Oxford Archaeology (South) between October and November 2015.
June 2022: Site Data from a Ridge and Furrow Survey at DIRFT III, Northamptonshire 2016 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images and site plans from a geoarchaeological investigation of the medieval/early post-medieval ridge and furrow earthworks and later field boundaries at the site of Daventry International Rail Freight Terminal (DIRFT III), Northamptonshire. The work was carried out During March and April 2016, by Cotswold Archaeology. Five hand-dug test pits and twenty-one machine-excavated trenches were excavated across the northern half of the site. The trenches were targeted on remnant ridge and furrow and other earthwork features shown on a LiDAR survey of the site, with the ai...
June 2022: Digital Report: Prehistoric Pottery Production in Charnwood Forest Leicestershire, 2022 (Archive released)
This collection comprises the digital archive report from Historic England-funded Project No. 5631, which brought together specialists in prehistoric pottery from the East Midlands, and aimed to test, by means of additional petrographic study and electron microprobe analysis, the model of ceramic production and distribution that has been proposed on the basis of thin section analysis and to provenance more closely potential raw material sources.
June 2022: Images from Historic Building Recording at Westacott Farm, Crediton, Devon July 2019 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images from a Historic Building Recording survey of outbuildings at Westacott Farm, Crediton, Devon. Archaeological Building Recording Services (ABRS) were commisioned by R J Salter and Son to undertake this work in advance of the consented re-development of the buildings to residential use. The photographic survey took place in July 2019 and includes interior and exterior shots of Buildings A, B, C and D.
June 2022: Site Data from an Archaeological Evaluation at Symmetry Park, Stroud, Gloucestershire August to September 2021 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images, CAD, site records and spreadsheet data from an Archaeological Evaluation at Symmetry Park, Stroud, Gloucestershire. This tiral trenching was undertaken by Avon Archaeology Limited between August and September 2021.
June 2022: Images from Building Recording at Cable House (Mercury House), Buckingham Road, Bletchley, Milton Keynes June 2021 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images from a programme of archaeological standing building recording at Cable House undertaken by Border Archaeology between the 14th and 30th of June 2021. Cable House is a five-storey office building constructed in 1973-74 and is a noteworthy example of a substantial mid-1970s office building in the Milton Keynes area.
June 2022: Site Data from an Archaeological Evaluation at Church Enstone Hall, Oxfordshire November 2021 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images, GIS data, site reports and records from an Archaeological Evaluation at Church Enstone Hall, Oxfordshire. This work was undertaken by Oxford Archaeology (South) in November 2021.
June 2022: Images from Historic Building Recording of Elsham Chalk Barn, Elsham, Lincolnshire November 2019 to January 2020 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images from historic building recording of four agricultural buildings, one of which being the chalk barn in Elsham, Lincolnshire. This work was undertaken by Archaeological Research Services Ltd November 2019 to Jan 2020.
June 2022: Images from Archaeological Strip, Map and Recording Work at Syke Road, Burnopfield, County Durham, September 2021 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images from archaeological strip, map and recording work on land west of Syke Road, Burnopfield, County Durham. This archaeological mitigation investigation work was undertaken by Vindomora Solutions Ltd in September 2021 on behalf of Akenside Development Company Ltd.
June 2022: Site Data from an Archaeological Evaluation at Oakley Grove, Harbury Lane, Royal Leamington Spa, Warwickshire September 2018 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images, a report, site records, spreadsheets and CAD from an Archaeological Evaluation on land off Harbury Lane, Royal Leamington Spa, Warwickshire. This trial trench evaluation was undertaken by Oxford Archaeology (South) in September 2018.
June 2022: Sussex Archaeological Collections: Relating to the history and antiquities of the counties of East and West Sussex (Archive updated)
Sussex Archaeological Collections is the journal of the Sussex Archaeological Society. The Society is archiving digital versions of the journal from volume 137 (1999) onwards. The digital versions are being made available by the Archaeology Data Service.
June 2022: Images from a Level 2 Descriptive Buildings Recording Survey at the Gas House at Raby Castle, Raby, County Durham, 2022 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images from a Descriptive Building Recording survey (Level 2) undertaken by Archaeological Services Durham University at the Gas House at Raby Castle, Raby, County Durham in January 2022.
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May 2022: Site Data from an Archaeological Evaluation at Oxford, 114-119 St Aldates 2015 (Archive released)
This collection comprises site data (images, report, site records, spreadsheet and CAD) from an archaeological evaluation, undertaken by Oxford Archaeology in 2015. Three test pits were excavated in order to assess the archaeological preservation levels underneath the current basements at the site. The evaluation revealed the remains of undisturbed late Saxon/early medieval horizons underneath the current basement levels. A series of pits containing domestic waste and demolition material were exposed during the excavations. The presence of potential walls and compacted gravel surface would ind...
May 2022: Site Data from an Archaeological Evaluation at Katherine Warington School, Lower Luton Road, Harpenden 2018 (Archive released)
This collection comprises site data (images, gis and report) from an archaeological excavation, with additional watching briefs, undertaken by Cotswold Archaeology in October and November 2018, January, and March 2019 at the request of CgMs on behalf of Kier Construction at Katherine Warington School, Lower Luton Road, Harpenden. Four separate areas of strip, map and sample were excavated on-site, targeted on features identified in a preceding field evaluation, including a small number of linear features and prehistoric pits identified in the south-western portion of the site.
May 2022: Images from Historic Building Recording at Burnhope Reservoir, Wearhead, County Durham May 2022 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images from Historic Building Recording at Burnhope Reservoir, Wearhead, Co. Durham. This work was undertaken by Stantec UK in May 2022.
May 2022: Site Data from an Archaeological Evaluation at Broad Oak Farm, Sturry, Canterbury 2016 (Archive released)
This collection comprises site data (images, site records, CAD and spreadsheets) from an archaeological trench evaluation of Land at Broad Oak Farm and Land at Sturry Application Sites. 149 evaluation trenches covering a 2% sample of the application sites A trench evaluation of Land at Broad Oak Farm and Land at Sturry Application Sites (the "investigation area") revealed archaeological remains largely focussed in the southern part of the investigation area. These included several Mesoltihic flint scatters, apparently in situ and 'sunken' into the underlying head brickearth. A general backgro...
May 2022: Site Data from an Archaeological Excavation at Aller Court Farm, Somerset, November to December 2016 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images, site records, CAD and spreadsheets from an Archaeological Excavation at Aller Court Farm, Somerset. This work was undertaken by Oxford Archaeology (South) between November and December 2016.
May 2022: Images from Historic Building Recording at Miner's Dry, South Wheal Frances, Cornwall April 2021 to February 2022 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images from historic building recording at Miner's Dry, South Wheal Frances, Cornwall. This work was undertaken by Cornwall Archaeological Unit between April 2021 and February 2022.
May 2022: Images from Historic Building Recording at Shutta Road, Looe, Cornwall August to December 2021 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images from Historic Building Recording of of a roadside wall on Shutta Road, East Looe which was undertaken August to December 2021 by Cornwall Archaeological Unit prior to the repair and partial rebuilding of parapet and retaining walls along the west side of Shutta Road.
May 2022: Site Data from an Archaeological Evaluation at Blandford Hill, Winterborne Whitechurch, Dorset 2021 (Archive released)
This collection comprises site data (images and GIS) from an archaeological evaluation of land at Blandford Hill, Winterborne Whitechurch, Dorset, in September 2021, carried out by Cotswold Archaeology. A total of 45 trenches were excavated.The artefactual assemblage and dateable features suggest a late prehistoric presence within the site, characterised by a likely Early Bronze Age phase of funerary activity, possibly overlain by a phase of Middle Bronze Age-Iron Age agricultural activity. A separate phase of funerary activity, within close proximity to the remains of a round barrow, is chara...
May 2022: Images from Archaeological Works at Oldham Road, Newton Heath, Greater Manchester 2022 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images from archaeological works on land at Oldham Road, Newton Heath, Greater Manchester, undertaken by Archaeological Research Services. The works identified the truncated remains of a number of mostly mid/late 19th century terraced houses, surfaces and roads. Most of the remains survived only to their foundation courses. One building contained the remains of a cellar which may have functioned as a kitchen or a workshop. The site was entirely demolished in the early 1970's and levelled.
May 2022: Images and GIS from an Archaeological Evaluation at Minety Substation, Wiltshire 2020 (Archive released)
This collection comprises site data (images and GIS) from an archaeological evaluation at land adjacent to Minety Substation, Wiltshire, carried out by Cotswold Archaeology, In June and July 2020. A total of 106 trenches were excavated, which comprised 101 trenches as originally proposed and an additional 5 contingency trenches required by Melanie Pomeroy-Kellinger, County Archaeologist for Wiltshire Council (WC) and archaeological advisor to WC. Thirteen ditches were identified across the site. Of these one ditch contained 77 sherds of Late Iron Age to Roman pottery. All of the other ditches ...
May 2022: Images from an Archaeological Watching Brief at 1 Oldfield Drive, Heswall, Wirral 2021 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images from an archaeological watching brief during topsoil stripping for the development of an apartment building at 1 Oldfield Drive, Heswall, Wirral (SJ 2610 8279), undertaken by Oxford Archaeology (OA) North and was commissioned by The Environment Partnership. The work was undertaken as a condition of Planning Permission. The planning condition and e-mail correspondence with the client highlighted the requirement for an archaeological watching brief following the demolition of the existing dwelling on the site. OA North were subsequently commissioned to produce a ...
May 2022: Images from a Watching Brief at Hemlington Grange South July 2020 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images and a photo catalogue from a watching brief at Hemlington Grange South. This work was undertaken by Northern Archaeological Associates in July 2020.
May 2022: Images and GIS from an Archaeological Evaluation and Excavation at Folly Farm, Folly Lane, Warminster, Wiltshire 2020-21 (Archive released)
This collection comprises of site data (GIS and images) from an archaeological evaluation and excavation, undertaken by Cotswold Archaeology between January 2020 and February 2021.
May 2022: GIS and Images from an Archaeological Evaluation at Wheelers Lane, Canford Magna, Dorset 2021 (Archive released)
This collection comprises site data (images and GIS) from an archaeological evaluation on land to the west of Wheelers Lane, Canford Magna, Dorset, undertaken In September 2021, by Cotswold Archaeology . A total of 12 trenches were excavated, revealing 21 ditch features. Whilst the exact function of the ditches remains unclear, they are likely to relate to land management, drainage or division. A single flint artefact may suggest a prehistoric presence and one ditch, represented within three of the trenches, produced modern material. The majority of the ditches remained undated.
May 2022: Images from Historic Building Recording at Trebeigh Farm, Merrymeet, Liskeard, Cornwall March to July 2020 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images from Historic Building Recording at Trebeigh Farm, Merrymeet, Liskeard, Cornwall. This Level 3 Building Record of the 17th century building range was undertaken by Statement Heritage between March and July 2020. The wider farmstead buildings described to Level 1.
May 2022: Images and Report from Historic Building Recording at Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, West Street, Swadlincote February 2022 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images and a report from Historic Building Recording of the former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, West Street, Swadlincote. This Level 2 Descriptive and photographic building record was undertaken by Mel Morris Conservation during February 2022.
May 2022: Site Data from an Archaeological Evaluation at Dawes Field, Tring Park, London Road, Tring, Hertfordshire September 2021 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images and GIS data from an archaeological evaluation at Dawes Field, Tring Park, London Road, Tring, Hertfordshire. This work was undertaken by Cotswold Archaeology in September 2021.
May 2022: Site Data from an Excavation at 7 Box Lane, Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire August 2021 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images and GIS data from an excavation at 7 Box Lane, Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire. This strip, map and record excavation was undertaken by Cotswold Archaeology in August 2021.
May 2022: Site Data from an Archaeological Watching Brief at the First Quad, Jesus College, Oxford April 2014 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images, CAD, spreadsheets, site records and reports from an archaeological watching brief at the First Quad, Jesus College, Oxford. This work was undertaken by Oxford Archaeology in April 2014 and was commissioned by Savills (UK) Ltd on behalf of Jesus College, Oxford.
May 2022: Site Data from a Watching Brief and Buildings Recording at Oxford Magdalen College Winter Common Room, March to December 2019 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images, CAD, spreadsheets, site records and reports from a Watching Brief and Buildings Recording at Oxford Magdalen College Winter Common Room. This work was undertaken by Oxford Archaeology March to December 2019.
May 2022: Reports from Archaeological Watching Brief SOU1761 at 269 Wimpson Lane, Southampton, 2017 (Archive released)
This collection comprises the Written Scheme of Investigation and the report resulting from a watching brief undertaken by the Archaeology Unit of Southampton City Council at Wimpson Lane, Southampton in 2017.
May 2022: Report and Photographs from Archaeological Watching Brief SOU1805 at Millbrook WTW, Western Avenue, Millbrook, Southampton, Hampshire, 2018 (Archive released)
This collection comprises the digital photographs and project report from a geoarchaeological watching brief, undertaken by Archaeology South-East on the demolition area of a gas tank at Western Avenue, Millbrook, Southampton in 2018.
May 2022: Reports from Archaeological Watching Brief SOU1796 at 111 Rownhams Road, Southampton, 2018 (Archive released)
This collection comprises the digital reports resulting from an archaeological watching brief undertaken by the Archaeology Unit of Southampton City Council in May 2018 at 111 Rownham's Road, Southampton.
May 2022: Reports from Archaeological Watching Brief SOU1718 on Street Works in French Street, Southampton, 2016 (Archive released)
This collection comprises the Written Scheme of Investigation and Report from an archaeological watching brief carried out by Southampton City Council Archaeology Unit on groundworks for street works in French Street, Southampton, in 2016.
May 2022: Reports from Archaeological Watching Brief SOU1740 at Seymour House, Seymour Road, Southampton, 2017 (Archive released)
This collection comprises the Written Scheme of Investigation and Report resulting from an archaeological watching brief carried out by Southampton City Council Archaeology Unit in 2017.
May 2022: Reports from Archaeological Building Recording Project SOU1755 of 3 Grosvenor Square, Southampton, 2017 (Archive released)
This collection comprises the Written Scheme of Investigation and Report resulting from a programme of archaeological building recording carried out by The Archaeology Unit of Southampton City Council 3 Grosvenor Square, Southampton in 2017.
May 2022: Reports and Data from Archaeological Evaluation SOU1786 in Vyse Lane, Southampton, Hampshire, 2018 (Archive released)
This collection comprises the reports and project database from an archaeological evaluation undertaken by the Archaeology Unit of Southampton City Council at Vyse Lane, Southampton on 23rd February 2018
May 2022: Images and GIS Data from an Archaeological Evaluation and Watching Brief at Grange Paddocks, Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire 2019 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images and GIS data from an archaeological evaluation and watching brief undertaken by Cotswold Archaeology between April and May 2019 at Grange Paddocks, Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire. The archaeological works comprised the monitoring of six boreholes and two test pits, followed by the excavation of three evaluation trenches. The results of the archaeological works broadly correlated with parch marks identified from satellite imagery, with the evaluation identifying ditches corresponding with rectangular enclosures.
May 2022: Images from an Archaeological Watching Brief at Trelissick House, Feock, Cornwall September to December 2021 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images from an archaeological watching brief at Trelissick House, Feock, Cornwall. Cornwall Archaeological Unit undertook a programme of archaeological monitoring September to December 2021 during the groundworks ahead of installation of a ground source heating system.
May 2022: Site Data from an Archaeological Evaluation and Historic Building Recording at 29-31 Fore Street, Tiverton, January and February 2022 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images, site records and spreadsheets from an archaeological evaluation and historic building recording of 29-31 Fore Street, Tiverton. This work was undertaken by AC Archaeology Ltd between January and February 2022.
May 2022: Images from Historic Building Recording of Nissen Huts at Nesscliffe Camp in Wilcott, Shropshire March 2021. (Archive released)
This collection comprises images from Historic Building Recording of Nissen Huts at Nesscliffe Camp in Wilcott, Shropshire. Cotswold Archaeology was commissioned by Reds10 on behalf of the MoD to undertake this work in March 2021.
May 2022: Site Data from an Excavation and Mitigation between Sizewell Gap and Sizewell Beach, Part 2 of Galloper Offshore Wind Farm Onshore Archaeological Works 2014-2016 (Archive released)
This collection comprises site data (reports, images, a CAD drawing, spreadsheets, databases, GIS data and site records) from the second phase of archaeological work associated with the development of a new onshore substation and related infrastructure for Galloper Offshore Wind Farm. Between 2011 and 2016, Wessex Archaeology carried out a programme of trial trenching, area excavation and watching briefs in association with the onshore elements of the Galloper Offshore Wind Farm development. The investigated area coincided with the footprint of the new onshore substation, located between Leist...
May 2022: Site Data from an Evaluation at Sizewell Gap, Part 1 of Galloper Offshore Wind Farm Onshore Archaeological Works 2011-2013 (Archive released)
This collection comprises site data (reports, images, a survey drawing, spreadsheets and scanned site records) from the first phase of archaeological work on land at Sizewell Gap, Leiston, Suffolk. Wessex Archaeology was commissioned by Galloper Wind Farm Ltd to carry out a pre-determination archaeological field evaluation in advance of the submission of a development consent order to build an offshore wind farm and associated development, including a new substation and associated infrastructure on land at Sizewell Gap. Part 1 of the LCS161 Galloper archive relates to fieldwork undertaken betw...
May 2022: Images from Descriptive Buildings Recording at Colt Crag Reservoir, Thockrington, Northumberland November 2021 to February 2022 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images from a Descriptive Buildings Recording (Level 2) at Colt Crag Reservoir, Thockrington, Northumberland. The built heritage assessment was carried out by Stantec UK between November 2021 and February 2022. This work was undertaken prior to refurbishment of a valve tower.
May 2022: Images and GIS Data from an Archaeological Evaluation at Amersham Road and Minerva Way, Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire 2021 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images and GIS data from an archaeological evaluation of land to the east of the A355 Amersham Road, Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire undertaken by Cotswold Archaeology in September and October 2021 on behalf of The Portman Estate. A total of 117 trenches were excavated across the 23.39ha site. No evidence for settled activity pre-dating the Iron Age was encountered during the evaluation, with early prehistoric activity represented by a small assemblage of worked flint, recovered either from the topsoil/ subsoil within the site area or from later features. The earliest f...
May 2022: Council for British Research in the Levant Archaeological Monographs (Archive updated)
This collection comprised monographs published by the Council for British Research in the Levant. Data in the collection has been removed at the request of the depositor and the monographs are no longer available to download from the ADS. The Council for British Research in the Levant (CBRL) is an independent, not-for-profit organisation that conducts, supports and promotes research in the history, culture, society and archaeology of Jordan, Israel, the Occupied Palestinian Territories, Syria, Lebanon and Cyprus. The Levant Supplementary Series is deigned to present significant new contribu...
May 2022: Council for British Research in the Levant Research Reports (Archive updated)
This collection comprised research reports published by the Council for British Research in the Levant. Data in the collection has been removed at the request of the depositor and the publications are no longer available to download from the ADS. The Council for British Research in the Levant (CBRL) is an independent, not-for-profit organisation that conducts, supports and promotes research in the history, culture, society and archaeology of Jordan, Israel, the Occupied Palestinian Territories, Syria, Lebanon and Cyprus. The Levant Supplementary Series is deigned to present significant new ...
May 2022: Images and GIS from an Archaeological Evaluation at Former Margaret Stancomb Infant School, Trowbridge, Wiltshire 2019 (Archive released)
This collection comprises site data (images and gis) from an archaeological evaluation undertaken by Cotswold Archaeology in July 2019 on land at the former Margaret Stancomb Infant School, Trowbridge, Wiltshire. Five trenches were excavated. The remains of probable garden features and a wall were recorded in the west and north-east of site respectively, all of which correlate with features shown on late 19th century mapping. The remains of modern structures associated with the recently demolished school buildings were also recorded.
May 2022: Images and GIS from an Archaeological Evaluation at Bell Plantation, Towcester, Northamptonshire 2021 (Archive released)
This collection comprises of Images and GIS from an archaeological evaluation of land north of Bell Plantation, Towcester, Northamptonshire, undertaken In May and June 2021, by Cotswold Archaeology. A total of 93 trenches measuring 50m long by 2m wide were excavated across the proposed development site.
May 2022: Images from a Historic Building Recording Survey at Wakebridge Farm, Crich, Derbyshire 2019 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images from a Level 2/3 historic building recording undertaken by Archaeological Research Services Ltd at Wakebridge Farm, Crich, Derbyshire in April 2019. This was in order to discharge planning permission for the redevelopment of the site to provide a hotel with restaurant, bar, sheep dairy enterprise and associated creamery.
May 2022: Images from a Watching Brief at Cowlins Mill, Pool, Cornwall, October 2021 to January 2022 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images from a programme of archaeological monitoring undertaken by Cornwall Archaeological Unit on land at Cowlins Mill, Pool, in the parishes of Illogan and Carn Brea, Cornwall, between October 2021 to January 2022. The work was carried out during ground works ahead of mixed-use development of the site, to satisfy condition 8 of planning application PA21/05635.
May 2022: Images from Historic Building Recording at Greenslinch Farmhouse, Silverton, Devon October to December 2015 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images from historic building recording of a ground-floor partition at Greenslinch Farmhouse, Silverton, Devon. This was prepared by AC Archaeology between October to December 2015.
May 2022: Site Data from an Archaeological Excavation at HR Wallingford, Howbery Park, Wallingford, Oxfordshire October 2021 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images and GIS data from an archaeological excavation on land at HR Wallingford at Howbery Park, Wallingford, Oxfordshire. This work was undertaken in October 2021 by Cotswold Archaeology.
May 2022: Site Data from Archaeological Monitoring at Witton Castle Country Park, Durham 2022 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images and spreadsheets from archaeological monitoring undertaken by Northern Archaeological Associates in January 2022 during groundworks associated with the relocation of exciting liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) infrastructure at Witton Castle Country Park, Witton-le-Wear, County Durham. The monitoring identified two wall foundations associated with now demolished parts of Witton Castle, a cobbled yard surface of probable medieval date and a garden wall and culvert of a likely post-medieval date. No artefacts were recovered.
May 2022: Images and GIS from an Archaeological Evaluation at Wheatpieces, Walton Cardiff, Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire 2021 (Archive released)
This collection comprises site data (images and GIS) from a programme of archaeological work on land to the south of Wheatpieces, Walton Cardiff, Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire, undertaken In October 2021, by Cotswold Archaeology. Initially three trenches were excavated, with one expanded to form a small excavation area. A series of Roman pits, possibly with a gravel extraction function, were recorded in the west of the site, along with an undated ditch. Evidence for ridge and furrow cultivation was recorded across the site.
May 2022: Images and GIS from an Archaeological Evaluation at City Corner, Hinton Parva, Wiltshire 2021 (Archive released)
This collection comprises site data (GIS and Images) from an archaeological evaluation at City Corner, Hinton Parva, Wiltshire, In February 2021, undertaken by Cotswold Archaeology. Four trenches were excavated. The evaluation fieldwork comprised the excavation of four trenches measuring 20m in length and 1.8 m in width. The trenches were located to test the identified earthworks and to provide a representative sample of the rest of the site.. The evaluation confirmed the presence of archaeological features across the site, including ditches dated to the Roman period, a possible sunken feature...
May 2022: Site Data from an Archaeological Excavation at Dodford Wharf Farm, Weedon, Northamptonshire 2021 (Archive released)
This collection comprises of GIS and image data from an archaeological strip, map and sample excavation on land at Dodford Wharf Farm, Weedon, Northamptonshire, undertaken In May and June 2021, by Cotswold Archaeology. An area of 0.058ha was excavated in the north-western part of the site, targeted upon a ring ditch identified by a previous geophysical survey and trial trench evaluation. During the current works the ring ditch was exposed and excavated but no artefactual material was retrieved from the ditch. A short section of ditch and three pits were also revealed near the centre of the rin...
May 2022: Site Data from an Archaeological Evaluation at Patchway Community School and Sports Centre, South Gloucestershire 2020 (Archive released)
This collection comprises site data (images, reports, spreadsheet and CAD) from an archaeological evaluation at Patchway Community School, Hempton Lane, Patchway, South Gloucestershire, undertaken by Avon Archaeology Limited. The development entailed the construction of an all-weather playing pitch with associated drainage and floodlighting. The evaluation was ultimately subsequent to development. Therefore, the trial trenches were located outside of but surrounding the new pitch.
May 2022: Site Data from an Archaeological Evaluation at Gnaton Farm, Creacombe Cross, Yealmpton, Devon 2017 (Archive released)
This collection comprises site data (images, site record and CAD) from an archaeological evaluation of land at Gnaton Farm, Creacombe Cross, Yealmpton, Devon, In August and September 2017, undertaken by Cotswold Archaeology. A total of 24 trenches was excavated within the site.The evaluation recorded a single isolated cremation of possible Bronze Age date. Also recorded were a large number of ditches, most of which were concentrated in the north-western corner of the site. The majority of these ditches apparently represent former boundaries associated with the extant field system.
May 2022: Images from Historic Building Recording at Brealeys Farm, Beaford, Devon September to October 2020 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images from Historic Building Recording at Brealeys Farm, Beaford, Devon. This work was undertaken by AC Archaeology Ltd between September to October 2020.
May 2022: Images from an Historic Building Recording of the Unicorn Public House, 539 Liverpool Road, Eccles, September 2021 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images from a Historic England Level 1 Historic Building Recording of the Former Unicorn Public House, 539 Liverpool Road, Eccles, Greater Manchester. This work was undertaken by HCUK Group, on behalf of the Caldecotte Group in September 2021.
May 2022: Site Data from an Archaeological Evaluation at Brokenbury Solar Farm, Churston Ferrers October 2021 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images, GIS data and site records from an archaeological evaluation of land at Brokenbury Solar Farm. This work was undertaken in October 2021 by Cotswold Archaeology.
May 2022: Site Data from an Archaeological Excavation at Sibford Road, Hook Norton, Phase 2 2017-2018 (Archive released)
This collection comprises site data from a programme of archaeological investigations undertaken by Oxford Archaeology between October 2017 and February 2018 on behalf of Lioncourt Homes Ltd on the site of a housing development on the northern fringe of Hook Norton. Following a geophysical survey that identified a series of possible ditched trackways, the c.2.6 ha site was subject to trial trench evaluation which demonstrated that the ditches were Roman in date. Additionally, a stone-lined grave containing a decapitated burial was uncovered, as well as a possible second burial that was not inv...
May 2022: Site and Post-Excavation data from Excavations at Oxford St John's College Library Extension, Oxford 2014-2016 (Archive released)
This collection comprises reports, site photographs, CAD, spreadsheets, and digitised site records from excavations at Oxford St John's College library extension carried out between 2014 and 2016 by Oxford Archaeology. Excavations in the President's Garden at St John's College uncovered part of a substantial early ditch. The date of the feature is problematic and it is argued that it may have been a prehistoric feature or part of an early medieval defensive line, perhaps designed to protect the town from Viking assaults during the tenth century or during the Anarchy in the twelfth century. The...
May 2022: Site Data from an Archaeological Evaluation at Little Walden Road, Saffron Walden, Essex January 2019 (Archive released)
This collection comprises site data from an archaeological evaluation of land off Little Walden Road, Saffron Walden, Essex. Work was undertaken by Archaeology South-East in January 2019. Evaluation of the approximately 4.46ha site comprised the investigation of forty trenches. Of these, fourteen contained ditches and a small number of possible pits/postholes.
May 2022: Site Data from an Archaeological Watching Brief and Excavation at Broomy Farm, Woodville, Derbyshire 2019-2020 (Archive released)
This collection comprises of site data (images, report,GIS, CAD, spreadsheets and databases) from an archaeological watching brief and strip, map and record excavation during groundworks related to a residential development at Broomy Farm, Woodville, Derbyshire. The work was undertaken by Wessex Archaeology and was commissioned by RPS Consulting. The area of watching brief occupied 3.5 ha and was centred on NGR 431930 320050. The SMR area lay 310 m to the north-west; it occupied 0.27 ha and was centred on NGR 431560 320360.
May 2022: Site Data from an Excavation at Conference Way, Vale Park, Evesham, Worcestershire 2021 (Archive released)
This archive comprises images, GIS, and tabular datasets from and excavation at Conference Way, Vale Park, Evesham, Worcestershire carried out by Worcestershire Archaeology between June and July 2021. The work was commissioned by Ecus Ltd. on behalf of Chase Commercial Limited, in advance of a proposed industrial development. Planning permission has been granted subject to a programme of archaeological works. The site is located at the southern edge of the town of Evesham, over approximately 3km from the town centre. It forms part of the immediate agricultural surrounds of Vale Business Park,...
May 2022: Images from Historic Building Recording at Hendon Sidings, Sunderland 2021 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images from historic building recording commissioned by the Port of Sunderland and undertaken by Archaeological Research Services between July and August 2021 at Hendon Sidings, located adjacent to Prospect Row, Sunderland. The recording included the former steam locomotive coaling stage, the hopper wagon coal drop and a series of retaining walls and embankments which have served to form the site over time.
May 2022: Images from an Archaeological Watching Brief at Pasture Farm, Allington, Lincolnshire 2015 (Archive released)
This collection comprises site images from an archaeological watching brief undertaken in November 2015 by Cotswold Archaeology during groundworks associated with the construction of a solar farm on land at Pasture Farm, Allington, Lincolnshire. The watching brief identified two possible ditches and the lack of features exposed during the works confirms that previous investigations accurately defined the limits of Romano-British archaeological remains at the site.
May 2022: Images and GIS Data from an Archaeological Evaluation at Rushden East, Merriman Land, Rushden, Northamptonshire June to September 2018 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images and GIS data from an archaeological evaluation of Land at Rushden East, Merriman Land, Rushden, Northamptonshire. This work was undertaken by Cotswold Archaeology June to September 2018.
May 2022: Images and GIS Data from an Archaeological Evaluation and Excavation at Manor Farm, Wainfleet Road, Irby in the Marsh, Lincolnshire October 2017 and October 2018 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images and GIS data from archaeological evaluation and excavation undertaken by Cotswold Archaeology on land at Manor Farm, Wainfleet Road, Irby in the Marsh, Lincolnshire. The evaluation work took place in October 2017, with the excavation following in October 2018.
May 2022: Images from an Archaeological Watching Brief at 1 Nunnery Close, St Albans, Hertfordshire January 2022 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images from an Archaeological Watching Brief at 1 Nunnery Close, St Albans, Hertfordshire. This work was undertaken by DRP Archaeology in January 2022.
May 2022: Site Data from Historic Building Recording at 44-46 The Strand, Newlyn 2021 (Archive released)
This collection comprises a report, images and site plans from historic building recording at a former works for the salting and pressing of Pilchards at 44-46 The Strand, Newlyn. Photographic recording was undertaken of the former fish cellars prior to scaffolding erection and during re-roofing by William Hodgson between February and June 2021.
May 2022: Site Data from an Archaeological Watching Brief at Military Road and 11a Military Road, Heddon-on-the-Wall May 2021 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images, GIS data, site records and reports from an Archaeological Watching Brief which took place at 11a Military Road, Heddon-on-the-Wall. Monitoring of the new gas pipe trench at 11a Military Road was carried out by Headland Archaeology on the 28th May 2021.
May 2022: Site Data from an Archaeological Watching Brief at 53 Military Road, Heddon-on-the-Wall May 2021 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images, GIS data, site records and reports from an Archaeological Watching Brief at 53 Military Road, Heddon-on-the-Wall. This work was undertaken by Headland Archaeology in May 2021.
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April 2022: Images from an Archaeological Evaluation at Camel Creek Adventure Park, Cornwall 2020 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images from a programme of archaeological evaluation undertaken by Cornwall Archaeological Unit at Camel Creek Adventure Park, St Issey, Cornwall between July and September 2020, following a geophysical survey of the site (SUMO 2020) as part of a planning application (PA19/00934).
April 2022: Site Images and Photo Catalogue from Archaeological Investigations at Guisborough Town Hall, Redcar and Cleveland 2020-2021 (Archive released)
This collection comprises site images and a photo catalogue from a scheme of archaeological excavation and monitoring conducted in conjunction with renovation works within the former Guisborough Town Hall. Work was undertaken between November 2020 and August 2021 by Northern Archaeological Associates. Well-preserved urban stratigraphy dating from the medieval through to the post-medieval periods was uncovered across the site and key discoveries included the remains of the earlier (16th-17thC.) Tolbooth which stood on the site, remains of a large sandstone building and evidence of a stone-built...
April 2022: Site Data from an Archaeological Evaluation at 73 Springfield Road, Chelmsford, Essex 2020 (Archive released)
This collection comprises site data (an evaluation report, images, a site plan, ceramic building material data and site records) from an archaeological evaluation of land adjacent to 73 Springfield Road undertaken by Archaeology South-East between September and October 2020. Archaeological deposits and features of 19th- and 20th-century date were identified in all six trenches excavated, including agricultural/horticultural and garden soil horizons, part of the brick foundation of a 19th-century greenhouse or hothouse, the slight remains of a brick-built garden path, a cobbled yard surface, a ...
April 2022: Site Data from an Archaeological Intervention at the Landscape of Seaton Delaval Hall 2018-22 (Archive released)
This collection comprises site data (images, spreadsheet and site data) which forms part of a package of works which were conducted as part of 'The Curtain Rises' project, a two year restoration and representation scheme at Seaton Delaval Hall, part-funded by the National Heritage Lottery Fund. It incorporated mitigation and monitoring works which included limited, targeted building recording, watching briefs, and small area excavations.
April 2022: Site Data from an Archaeological Intervention at the Buildings of Seaton Delaval Hall 2018-22 (Archive released)
This collection comprises of site data (images, site records and spreadsheets) that forms part of a package of works which were conducted as part of 'The Curtain Rises' project, a two year restoration and representation scheme at Seaton Delaval Hall, part-funded by the National Heritage Lottery Fund. It incorporated mitigation and monitoring works which included targeted building recording, watching briefs, and small area excavations. This phase of recording included investigations linked to the main Hall structure as well as the potting shed, the brewhouse and the carriage house.
April 2022: Digital Archive for the A1 Leeming to Barton Motorway Upgrade Scheme, North Yorkshire 2013-2017 (Archive released)
This archive presents the results of archaeological investigations carried out by Northern Archaeological Associates in conjunction with Highways England's 2013-2017 scheme to upgrade 19km of the A1 trunk road to motorway status between Leeming and Barton in North Yorkshire. The digital archive comprises scheme-wide data produced as part of the archaeological project, including supplementary appendices to five monographs. It also includes published archaeological results from a previous A1 upgrade scheme between Dishforth and Leeming during 2009-2010. While the A1 scheme passed through a known...
April 2022: Images from a Programme of Watching Briefs at Quintrell Downs Business Park, Quintrell Downs, Newquay, Cornwall 2021 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images from three occasions of archaeological watching brief undertaken by Cornwall Archaeological Unit (CAU) to monitor ground reduction as part of the development of multi-use employment units at Quintrell Downs Business Park, Quintrell Downs, Newquay, Cornwall. The programme of archaeological monitoring took place from October to December 2021.
April 2022: Site Data from an Historic Building Recording Survey at Tissington Silo, Gag Lane, Tissington, Derbyshire 2022 (Archive released)
This collection comprises site data (images, site data, reports and CAD) from an Historic Building Recording of a limestone tower set within a quarry, west of Gag Lane, Tissington.
April 2022: Site Data from Archaeological Monitoring at Chelmer Valley Nature Reserve, Archaological Monitoring 2016 (Archive released)
This collection comprises site data (reports, images and site records) from an archaeological monitoring of groundwork's associated with a river restoration and rehabilitation scheme at the Chelmer Valley Nature Reserve, undertaken by Archaeology South-East. The works comprised reduction in level of an embankment adjacent to the river at six locations and the creation of earthwork berms within the river channel with the excavated materials. The monitoring works identified no archaeological features.
April 2022: Site Data from an Archaeological Evaluation at 118 Mereside, Soham, Cambridgeshire March 2020 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images, reports, site records and GIS data from an archaeological evaluation in the back gardens of the residential property 118 Mereside, Soham, Cambridgeshire. This work was undertaken by Oxford Archaeology East on the 4th of March 2020, in advance of its redevelopment.
April 2022: Site Data from an Excavation at Oxford Brasenose College, Oxford 2014-2016 (Archive released)
This collection comprises site records, images, photographs, spreadsheets, and CAD plans from an excavation carried out by Oxford Archaeology (South) at Oxford Brasenose College. Oxford December 2014 to January 2016.
April 2022: Site Records from an Archaeological Evaluation at Wakebridge Farm, Wakebridge, Matlock, Derbyshire May 2019 (Archive released)
This collection comprises site records and images from an archaeological evaluation on land at Wakebridge Farm, Wakebridge, Matlock Derbyshire. This work was undertaken by Archaeological Research Services Ltd in May 2019.
April 2022: Images from Historic Building Recording at The Lampworks, Great Hampton Street, Birmingham January 2021 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images from a Level 3 Building Recording of the buildings known as The Lampworks in Great Hampton Street and Barr Street, Birmingham. This work was undertaken in January 2021 Cotswold Archaeology.
April 2022: Images from Historic Building Recording of Barns at Rapshayes Farm September 2021 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images from a Level 2 Historic Building Recording of Barns at Rapshayes Farm, Gittisham, Devon. This work was undertaken by Avalon Planning & Heritage Ltd in September 2021.
April 2022: Images from Analytical Building Recording at Foot of the Hill Farm 2021-2022 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images from a level 3 analytical building recording of a house and attached outbuilding at Foot of the Hill Farm, Mill Lane, Rainford. Recording was undertaken by The Archaeology Co. between September 2021 and and January 2022. The building may have started out as a two-unit dwelling before being made into a double pile house.
April 2022: Images from an Archaeological Evaluation at Rosedale, Station Road, Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire 2021 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images from an archaeological evaluation at Rosedale, Station Road, Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire. Work was undertaken by Worcestershire Archaeology in May 2021 and was commissioned by Ford Architecture on behalf of Coombs Property Services Ltd, in advance of a proposed residential development. No significant archaeological features, layers, structures or horizons were observed, nor artefacts recovered.
April 2022: Geophysical Data from a Magnetometry Survey along the Scotland to England Green Link 1 (SEGL1) Route, County Durham 2021 (Archive released)
This collection comprises geophysical data (raw magnetometer data, processed magnetometer data, raster plots, CAD figures and scanned grid sheets) from approximately 55.5 ha of magnetometer survey conducted in advance of the proposed Scotland to England Green Link 1 (SEGL1) electricity transmission project. The survey was commissioned by AECOM and undertaken by Archaeological Services Durham University between September and November 2021. The site of the proposed electricity cable route was within County Durham, extending for approximately 10km inland across agricultural fields from the coastl...
April 2022: Site Data from an Archaeological Evaluation at Conference Way, Vale Park, Evesham May 2021 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images, spreadsheets and GIS data from an archaeological evaluation at Conference Way, Vale Park, Evesham, Worcestershire. This work was undertaken by Worcestershire Archaeology in May 2021.
April 2022: Images and CAD from an Archaeological Evaluation at South Witham Quarry, Western Extension, Lincolnshire September 2016 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images and CAD from an archaeological evaluation of land at South Witham Quarry, Lincolnshire. This work was undertaken by Cotswold Archaeology in September 2016.
April 2022: Site Data from Geophysical Surveys at Roker Battery, Cliffe Park, Sunderland, Tyne and Wear September 2021 (Archive released)
This collection presents the results of geophysical surveys conducted over former gun batteries at Cliffe Park, Roker, Sunderland and includes site data and reports. The works comprised electrical resistance and magnetometer surveys which were conducted by Archaeological Services Durham University in September 2021.
April 2022: Site Data from an Archaeological Excavation at Coxwell Road, Faringdon, Oxfordshire 2017 (Archive released)
This collection comprises site data from a strip, map and record excavation of the site of a proposed housing development at Coxwell Road, Faringdon, Oxfordshire. Work was undertaken by Oxford Archaeology between July and October 2017 and was commissioned by Bellway Homes Limited (South West). A complex of rectilinear, ditched enclosures was established in the mid to late 1st century AD at the site, and the complex was developed further in the 2nd century, when occupation was at its most intense. The site appears to have been largely abandoned by the end of the 2nd century, with only a single ...
April 2022: Site data from an Archaeological Evaluation at North Bradley, Trowbridge, Wiltshire 2021 (Archive released)
This collection comprises Images and GIS data from an archaeological evaluation on land at North Bradley, Trowbridge, Wiltshire, carried out by Cotswold Archaeology In April 2021. A total of 22 trenches were excavated. A series of ditch, pit and post-hole features were recorded in the eastern part of the site, potentially indicative of an area of Iron Age settlement, and features of Iron Age date were also recorded elsewhere within the site. Medieval/post-medieval furrows were recorded throughout the site, and field boundaries of post-medieval/modern date were also identified. A shallow bank ...
April 2022: Site Data from an Archaeological Strip, Map and Sample excavation at Grange Mill Quarry, Derbyshire 2021 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images and GIS data from an archaeological watching brief and Strip, Map and Sample excavation during the extension of Grange Mill Quarry In 2019, undertaken by Archaeological Research Services. The works identified two pits of mod-late Neolithic date. Then, in 2021 an archaeological Strip, Map and Sample excavation was commissioned on the site and a small selection of features were identified, likely to be natural in origin.
April 2022: Site Data from an Archaeological Evaluation at St Mary Magdalene Church, Great Hampden September 2021 (Archive released)
This collection comprises site data from an archaeological evaluation at the church of St Mary Magdalene, Great Hampden, Buckinghamshire and includes images, CAD, spreadsheets, site records and reports. This work was undertaken by John Moore Heritage Services in September 2021 during works to determine the cause of slumping within the nave of the church.
April 2022: Images from an Archaeological Watching Brief at Oak House, Martin Hussingtree 2021 (Archive released)
This collection comprises of images from an archaeological watching brief, undertaken by Worcestershire Archaeology on 26th April 2021 at Oak House, Drury Lane, Martin Hussingtree (NGR SO 88219 60193). This comprised observation of a single C-shaped trench to accommodate foundations for the construction of an orangery, adjacent to Oak House. The project was commissioned by Elwood Heritage. Planning permission was granted by Wychavon District Council subject to a programme of archaeological works (planning reference 20/02306/HP). The archaeological advisor to Wychavon DC considered that the dev...
April 2022: Site Data from Archaeological Evaluation at Hammond's Farm, Sandon, Essex, August to December 2016 (Archive released)
This collection comprises site data from an Archaeological Evaluation at Hammond's Farm, Sandon, Essex and includes images, site records, spreadsheets and CAD. This work was undertaken by Archaeology South-East August to December 2016.
April 2022: Images from Historic Building Recording at Papermill Barn, Brooklands Lane, Redditch, Worcestershire October 2021 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images from Historic Building Recording at Papermill Barn, Brooklands Lane, Redditch, Worcestershire. This work was undertaken by Worcestershire Archaeology in October 2021, in advance of the proposed conversion of existing barn and outbuilding to residential use.
April 2022: Laser Scan Data from Exeter Cathedral, Exeter, Devon 2016 (Archive released)
This collection comprises raw laser scan data, meshes, and models from scanning conducted at Exeter Cathedral. Exeter Cathedral is a largely thirteenth- and fourteenth-century building. The high vaults throughout, the vaults of the Lady Chapel, the pulpitum, the Chapel of St James and the remains of the vaults in the north walk of the cloister were scanned by Dr Nicholas Webb, Dr Alexandrina Buchanan, Dr Sarah Duffy, Dr James Hillson and JR Peterson as part of 'Tracing the Past', a research project examining the design and construction of medieval vaults.
April 2022: Cambrian Archaeological Monographs (Archive released)
This collection comprises monographs published by the Cambrian Archaeological Association. Along with it's journal Archaeologia Cambrensis, the Cambrian Archaeological Association has published occasional supplementary volumes on Welsh History and Archaeology.
April 2022: Laser Scan Data from Ely Cathedral, Ely, Cambridgeshire 2016 (Archive released)
This collection comprises raw laser scan data, meshes, and models from scanning conducted at Ely Cathedral, which is a former Benedictine abbey with extensive claustral remains. The vaults of the choir, presbytery, octagon, Lady Chapel, Bishop West's Chantry, Bishop Alcock's Chantry and Prior Crauden's Chapel were scanned by Dr Nicholas Webb, Dr James Hillson, Dr Sarah Duffy, JR Peterson and Dr Alexandrina Buchanan, with funds from the Society of Antiquaries of London, as part of 'Tracing the Past', a research project examining the design and construction of medieval vaults.
April 2022: Laser Scan Data from Chester Cathedral, Chester, Cheshire 2015-2019 (Archive released)
This collection comprises raw laser scan data, meshes, and models from scanning conducted at Chester Cathedral. Chester Cathedral was founded as a Benedictine Abbey and became a cathedral at the Reformation. The thirteenth-century vaults of the Chapter House and Lady Chapel were first scanned as a pilot project by Dr Nicholas Webb, Dr Sarah Duffy, Dr James Hillson and JR Peterson on 14th April 2015, with funds from the Paul Mellon Fund, as part of 'Tracing the Past', a research project examining the design and construction of medieval vaults. The scans archived with the ADS were created on 29t...
April 2022: Laser Scan Data from Gloucester Cathedral, Gloucestershire 2017 (Archive released)
This collection comprises raw laser scan data, meshes, and models from scanning conducted at Gloucester Cathedral. Gloucester Cathedral was founded as a Benedictine Abbey, with 11th- and 12th-century vaults in the crypt and 14th-centuryvaults in the transept, choir and cloister. These were scanned by Dr Nicholas Webb, Dr Alexandrina Buchanan, Dr James Hilson and Dr Sarah Duffy on 19th-20th July 2017, with funds from the University of Liverpool's David Foster Wicks Endowment Fund, as part of 'Tracing the Past' a research project exploring the design and construction of medieval vaults.
April 2022: Laser Scan Data from Westminster Abbey, Westminster, Greater London 2019 (Archive released)
This collection comprises raw laser scan data, meshes, and models from scanning conducted at Westminster Abbey. Westminster Abbey is a former Benedictine abbey with extensive claustral remains. The high vaults, Henry VII's Chapel, the chapter house and cloister were scanned by Dr Nicholas Webb, Dr Alexandrina Buchanan, Dr James Hillson, Dr Sarah Duffy and JR Peterson on 9th-10th January 2019, with funding from the Arts and Humanities Research Council, as part of 'Tracing the Past', a research project examining the design and construction of medieval vaults.
April 2022: Laser Scan Data from Wells Cathedral, Wells, Somerset 2019 (Archive released)
This collection comprises raw laser scan data, meshes, and models from scanning conducted at Wells Cathedral, Somerset. Wells Cathedral has vaults dating from the twelfth to the fifteenth century. The high vaults, the vaults of the choir aisles and retrochoir, the Lady Chapel, the Chapter House and the cloister were scanned by Dr Nicholas Webb, Dr Alexandrina Buchanan, Dr James Hillson and JR Peterson on 12th-14th October 2019 as part of 'Tracing the Past', a research project examining the design and construction of medieval vaults.
April 2022: Laser Scan Data from Tewkesbury Abbey, Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire 2017 (Archive released)
This collection comprises raw laser scan data, meshes, and models from scanning conducted at Tewkesbury Abbey. Tewkesbury Abbey is a parish church, formerly a Benedictine abbey. The vaults were scanned by Dr Nicholas Webb, Dr Alexandrina Buchanan, Dr Sarah Duffy, Dr James Hillson and JR Peterson on 16th-18th July 2017 as part of 'Tracing the Past', a research project examining the design and construction of medieval vaults.
April 2022: Laser Scan Data from the Church of St Mary, Ottery St Mary, Devon 2016 (Archive released)
This collection comprises raw laser scan data, meshes, and models from scanning conducted at The church of St Mary, Ottery. St Mary is a parish church, formerly a collegiate church. The high vaults of the Lady Chapel, choir, crossing, nave and the Dorset Aisle were scanned by Dr Nicholas Webb, Dr Sarah Duffy, Dr James Hillson and JR Peterson on 2nd April 2016 as part of 'Tracing the Past', a research project examining the design and construction of medieval vaults
April 2022: Laser Scan Data from Lincoln Cathedral, Lincoln, Lincolnshire 2019 (Archive released)
This collection comprises raw laser scan data, meshes, and models from scanning conducted at Lincoln Cathedral, Lincoln. The cathedral has vaults dating from the twelfth to the fourteenth century and the high vaults, a sample of aisle vaults, the Consistory Court, Morning Chapel, Chapter House and parts of the cloister were scanned by Dr Nicholas Webb, Dr Alexandrina Buchanan, Dr Sarah Duffy, Dr James Hillson and JR Peterson on 29th-31st July 2019. The project was funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council as part of 'Tracing the Past', a research project examining the design and const...
April 2022: Laser Scan Data from Norwich Cathedral, Norwich, Norfolk 2019 (Archive released)
This collection comprises raw laser scan data, meshes, and models from scanning conducted at Norwich Cathedral. The scanning was undertaken by Dr Nicholas Webb, Dr James Hillson and JR Peterson on 16th-18th May 2019, with funds from Arts Council England as part of the wider 'Tracing the Past' project.
April 2022: Laser Scan Data from St Stephen's Chapel, Westminster 2019 (Archive released)
This archive contains laser scan data, meshes, and orthophotos from St Stephen's Chapel, a private chapel in the Palace of Westminster. The upper chapel was destroyed in the fire of 1834 but the crypt or lower chapel survived and was extensively restored. Under the name of St Mary Undercroft, it now serves as the chapel of the Houses of Parliament. The chapel of St Mary Undercroft was scanned by Dr Nicholas Webb, Dr Alexandrina Buchanan, Dr James Hillson and JR Peterson on 11th January 2019, with funding from the Arts and Humanities Research Council, as part of 'Tracing the Past', a research p...
April 2022: Laser Scan Data from St. Mary's Church, Nantwich, Cheshire 2015 (Archive released)
The church of St Mary, Nantwich is a parish church, formerly a chape of ease. The high vaults of the choir, crossing and north transept were scanned by Dr Nicholas Webb, Dr Alexandrina Buchanan, James Hillson, Sarah Duffy and JR Peterson on 13th November 2015, with funds from the Paul Mellon Centre for the Study of British Art, as part of 'Tracing the Past', a research project examining the design and construction of medieval vaults.
April 2022: Laser Scan Data from Norton Priory, Runcorn, Cheshire 2017 (Archive released)
This collection comprises raw laser scan data, meshes, and models from scanning conducted at Norton Priory in Cheshire. The scanning was undertaken by Dr Nicholas Webb and Dr Alexandrina Buchanan on 14th September 2017, with funds from Arts Council England as part of the wider 'Tracing the Past' project.
April 2022: Images and CAD from an Archaeological Evaluation at Elms Park, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire October 2017 to January 2018 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images and CAD from an archaeological evaluation of land at Elms Park, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire. This work was undertaken by Cotswold Archaeology between October 2017 and January 2018.
April 2022: Images and GIS data from an Archaeological Evaluation at Main Street, Mareham le Fen, Lincolnshire November 2017 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images and GIS data from an archaeological evaluation on land south of Main Street, Mareham le Fen, Lincolnshire. This work was undertaken by Cotswold Archaeology in November 2017.
April 2022: Images from an Archaeological Evaluation and Historic Building Recording at Longfield Place, Plymouth, Devon, April to July 2014 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images from an archaeological evaluation and historic building recording at Longfield Place, Plymouth, Devon. This work was undertaken by Cotswold Archaeology between April and July 2014.
April 2022: Site Data from an Archaeological Evaluation and Watching Brief at Chestnut Walk, Reading, Berkshire October 2019 to March 2020 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images, spreadsheets, site records and reports from an archaeological evaluation and watching brief at Chestnut Walk, Reading, Berkshire. This work was undertaken by Wessex Archaeology October 2019 to March 2020.
April 2022: Images from Historic Building Recording at Long Barn, Ashmore Farm, Norton, Evesham, Worcestershire July 2020 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images from Historic Building Recording of a former shelter shed at Long Barn, Ashmore Farm, Norton, Evesham, Worcestershire. This work was undertaken by Worcestershire Archaeology in July 2020, in advance of proposed conversion of the building.
April 2022: Images from an Archaeological Evaluation at Newquay Cycle Hub, August to December 2021 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images from an Archaeological Evaluation at Newquay Cycle Hub. This work was undertaken by Cornwall Archaeological Unit between August to December 2021.
April 2022: Images from a Historic Building Recording Survey at Hope House, Witheridge, Devon 2021 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images and a report from a Historic Building Recording Survey carried out at Hope House, Witheridge, Devon in September and October 2021 as a prelude to the conversion of a former stable and coach house to domestic use.
April 2022: Dendrochronology Database (Archive updated)
This resource consists of the tree-ring dates for over 4700 buildings in the United Kingdom, ranging from cathedrals to cottages and barns and is a Vernacular Architecture Group project. The database holds period, location and reference information for each record. It also includes some buildings that have been dated by high precision radiocarbon dating, and the names of buildings for which dating was attempted but not successful.
April 2022: Stratton Deserted Medieval Village: Digital Appendices (Archive released)
This collection comprises the digital appendices for a publication covering multiple archaeological investigations at the deserted Medieval village at Stratton, Biggleswade, Bedfordshire, between 1990-2001.
April 2022: Kay Hartley Mortarium Archive Project (Archive released)
This collection consists of a database, images, text documents, and scanned record cards comprising the archive, compiled since 1956, of Kay Hartley, a leading international scholar in mortarium studies. The archive covers all aspects of mortarium studies including rubbings of stamps, cards recording data for each stamped sherd and their findspots, drawings of some stamps and many of the vessels.
April 2022: Images and GIS Data from an Archaeological Evaluation at Trowbridge Rugby Club, Hilperton, Wiltshire 2020 (Archive released)
This collection comprises Images and GIS from an archaeological evaluation at Trowbridge Rugby Club, Hilperton, Wiltshire, undertaken by Cotswold Archaeology. The fieldwork comprised the excavation of 8 trenches (numbered 1-7 and 10 measuring 50m in length and 2m in width).
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March 2022: Images and GIS data from an Archaeological Evaluation at Zone 3 Priors Hall Park, Kirby Lane, Corby, Northamptonshire 2018 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images and GIS data from an archaeological evaluation undertaken by Cotswold Archaeology in September 2018 on land known as Zone 3 Priors Hall Park, Kirby Lane, Corby, Northamptonshire. A total of 15 trenches were excavated in order to further define the extent of a previously identified Roman villa complex and associated trackways. Despite the high archaeological potential of the site as a whole, few archaeological features were identified.
March 2022: Site Data from an Archaeological Watching Brief, Photographic Survey at Bretton Hall 2021 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images and reports from an archaeological structural watching brief, that was undertaken prior to and during works, in 2021, to reinforce and conserve the glazed lantern within Bretton Hall, Wakefield, West Yorkshire. The photographic survey and structural watching brief revealed information about the construction of the roof lantern, demonstrating that the lower part at least is an integral part of the flat roof the vestibule at Bretton Hall.
March 2022: Images from a Historic Building Recording Survey at Gladstone House, Union Court, Liverpool 2021 (Archive released)
This collection comprises of images from a historic building recording survey of Gladstone House, 11-13 Union Court, Liverpool. The historic building recording provides a description and photographic record of Gladstone House and a comprehensive preservation by record of the building prior to development works taking place.
March 2022: Site Data from an Archaeological Evaluation at the Former Sandon Centre, Woodhill Road, Essex March 2017 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images, CAD, site reports and records from an archaeological evaluation on land south of the former Sandon Centre, Woodhill Road, Sandon, Essex. The fieldwork was undertaken in advance of the erection of a new Gospel Hall by Archaeology South-East in March 2017.
March 2022: Images and GIS Data from an Archaeological Evaluation at Nineveh Farm, Nuneham Courtenay, Oxfordshire April and May 2021 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images and GIS data from an archaeological evaluation of land at Nineveh Farm, Nuneham Courtenay, Oxfordshire. This work was undertaken by Cotswold Archaeology in April and May 2021, to inform development proposals for the construction of a solar farm.
March 2022: Images and GIS Data from an Archaeological Evaluation at Junction 15, M1, Collingtree, Northamptonshire March to April 2018 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images and GIS data from an archaeological evaluation at Land off Junction 15, M1, Collingtree, Northamptonshire. This fieldwork was undertaken by Cotswold Archaeology between March and April 2018 and involved the excavation of 58 trenches.
March 2022: Site Data from Two Phases of Archaeological Investigation at the Goodhart Building, University College, Oxford 2013-2015 (Archive released)
This collection comprises site data from two phases of archaeological investigation undertaken by Oxford Archaeology at the Goodhart Building. Phase 1 was undertaken in May 2013 and phase 2 between September 2014 and April 2015. The excavation areas comprised new strip foundation trenches on the site of the recently demolished Goodhart Cottage, and a new lift shaft within The Goodhart Building itself.
March 2022: The Iron Age Ouse and Derwent Project Digital Archive (Archive released)
The Iron Age Ouse and Derwent Project was a community archaeology research project investigating the late prehistoric landscape in the southern Vale of York, in an area bounded by the Ouse and Derwent Rivers. Four geophysical surveys and excavations on settlement sites took place over 2017-2019, revealing a complex but well-organised landscape stretching from the Middle Iron Age all the way into the later Roman period. This archive represents the final results of the fieldwork, alongside the material archive which was deposited at the Yorkshire Museum.
March 2022: Images and GIS Data from an Archaeological Evaluation at Kithill, Crewkerne, Somerset, 2018 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images and GIS data from an archaeological evaluation on land at Kithill, Crewkerne, Somerset, undertaken by Cotswold Archaeology, in October 2018
March 2022: Images from a Level 2 Descriptive Buildings Survey Record at Coach house at Hudworth Tower, Castle Eden, Co Durham 2021-22 (Archive released)
This collection comprises of Images from a Level 2 Descriptive Buildings Record at Coach house at Hudworth Tower, Castle Eden, Co Durham, undertaken by Archaeological Services Durham.
March 2022: Images and Report from Historic Building Recording of Stables at Hillersdon House, Devon September 2021 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images and a report from historic building recording of the Grade II Listed stable block at Hillersdon House, which was prepared in advance of alterations. This was undertaken by AC Archaeology Ltd in September 2021.
March 2022: Images and Report from Historic Building Recording at Oakhay Farm, Stoke Canon, Devon August 2017 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images and a report from Historic Building Recording at Oakhay Farm, Stoke Canon, Devon. This recording of the late 18th- and mid 19th-century barns was undertaken by AC Archaeology Ltd in August 2017, prior to redevelopment into residential units.
March 2022: Images from an Archaeological Watching Brief and Historic Building Survey at The Bothy, Croome, Worcestershire 2020 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images from an archaeological watching brief and historic building survey at the Bothy, Croome, Worcestershire, the work was undertaken by Worcestershire Archaeology in 2020. The project was commissioned by Nick Joyce Architects, on behalf of their client Mr Chris Cronin, in advance of an extension to the building, for which planning permission was granted, subject to archaeological conditions. The building was previously a single storey workshop associated with the walled garden of the Croome Estate. The building had been converted for residential use in 2010. I...
March 2022: Images from a Historic Building Recording Survey at Mount Pleasant, Newbiggin, Upper Teesdale Valley 2021 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images from a historic building recording (Level 2) at Mount Pleasant, Newbiggin, Upper Teesdale Valley 2021, Undertaken by ELG planning, to comply with a condition of planning prior to the conversion of the building to habitable space.
March 2022: Images from an Archaeological Building Recording Survey of the Record of the Engine House and Boiler House at Victoria Mill, Stainland Road, West Vale, West Yorkshire 2021-22 (Archive released)
This collection comprises of images from an archaeological building recording survey at the Victoria Mill. The boiler house and engine house were recorded by photography and measured plans. Victoria Mill was built as a steam-powered woollen mill, probably in the 1850s, but burned down in 1893 and was rebuilt the following year, after which it became used for cotton production. The engine house and boiler house are attached at one end, and parts of them appear to have survived the fire, though their historic internal arrangements are now only partly visible. In the rebuilt mill, power was trans...
March 2022: Data from a Geophysical Survey at First Time Sewerage Scheme, Toot Baldon, Oxfordshire 2021 (Archive released)
This collection comprises site data (GIS, geophysics data and vector graphic) from a geophysical survey carried out by Archaeological Surveys Ltd over the route of a new first time sewerage system at Toot Baldon in Oxfordshire, between May and October 2021.
March 2022: Images from an Archaeological Standing Building Recording at Derwent Oak Farm, Lintzford Road, Hamsterley Mill, Rowlands Gill, County Durham 2016 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images from a Level 2 Standing Building Recording at Derwent Oak Farm in 2016, undertaken by AAG Archaeology. The main staircase and ground floor fireplaces were the main features of interest. The farmhouse has undergone significant alteration and replacement of materials but is thought to have been built in the Restoration and Queen Anne period (1660-1714). There is the possibility of a previous building on the same site and the fireplaces in particular may reuse material dating from the Tudor to Jacobean periods obtained from a predecessor of Derwent Oak Farm.
March 2022: Images from a Historic Building Survey Recording of Kilnhill Farm Outbuildings, Hope, Derbyshire 2021 (Archive released)
This collection comprises of images from a historic building recording of three outbuildings at Kilnhill Farm, Hope, Derbyshire In February 2021, Archaeological Research Services Ltd was commissioned to undertake. Planning permission and Listed Building Consent have been granted for the proposed development at Kilnhill Farm which would see the conversion of the outbuildings to provide a new residential annex to the existing farmhouse.
March 2022: Images from an Archaeological Evaluation at south of London Road, Markfield, Leicestershire 2021 (Archive released)
This collection comprises of images from an archaeological evaluation which was carried out by University of Leicester Archaeological Services in January 2021 on land south of London Road, Markfield, Leicestershire (NGR: SK 48918 09389), prior to groundworks associated with proposed housing development. Following geophysical survey in February 2020, fifty-three evaluation trenches were excavated across the site. Two of the fifty-three trenches contained archaeological features. Trench 7 contained an undated quarry pit, likely to be post-medieval and Trench 52 contained a circular pit which co...
March 2022: A14 Cambridge to Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire; Alconbury Landscape Block (Archive updated)
This is a child collection of the main A14 Cambridge to Huntingdon archaeological project archive. For the purposes of analysis, the various targeted excavation areas (TEAs) that formed the mitigation work have been grouped into eight Landscape Blocks. These have been defined due to the nature of the archaeology, their geographical location, and in some cases, their geology/topography. This child collection concerns the Alconbury Landscape Block. Alconbury comprises four TEAs (2-4 and 5), covering 7.2 hectares on river terrace gravels and alluvium to west and south of Alconbury Brook. Archaeol...
March 2022: A14 Cambridge to Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire; Alconbury Landscape Block (Archive released)
This is a child collection of the main A14 Cambridge to Huntingdon archaeological project archive. For the purposes of analysis, the various targeted excavation areas (TEAs) that formed the mitigation work have been grouped into eight Landscape Blocks. These have been defined due to the nature of the archaeology, their geographical location, and in some cases, their geology/topography. This child collection concerns the Alconbury Landscape Block. Alconbury comprises four TEAs (2-4 and 5), covering 7.2 hectares on river terrace gravels and alluvium to west and south of Alconbury Brook. Archaeol...
March 2022: Archaeologia Aeliana - Journal of the Society of Antiquaries of Newcastle (Archive updated)
Archaeologia Aeliana is the journal of the Society of Antiquaries of Newcastle upon Tyne, which is the oldest provincial antiquarian society in the country, founded in 1813. The Society has always had an interest in archaeology and antiquities generally. Its particular focus, however, from the beginning, has been the North East of England (the historic counties of Northumberland and Durham), centred on Newcastle upon Tyne. It has also always had a special interest in Hadrian's Wall, and the journal has carried many important papers and reports on the Wall. The Society probably started c...
March 2022: Images and GIS Data from an Archaeological Evaluation at Tappers Farm, Oxford Road, Bodicote, Oxfordshire 2021 (Archive released)
This collection comprises site images and GIS data from an evaluation of land at Tappers Farm undertaken by Cotswold Archaeology in August 2021. 16 trenches were excavated within the site, identifying three ditches which likely represent former minor boundary/drainage features within a post-medieval/modern agricultural field system.
March 2022: Images and Site Records from Historic Building Recording Morwellham Quay Highway Works, Gulworthy, Devon November 2019 to June 2021 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images and site records from Historic Building Recording at Morwellham Quay Highway Works, Gulworthy, Devon. This work was undertaken by AC Archaeology between November 2019 and June 2021.
March 2022: Images and GIS Data from an Archaeological Evaluation at Swindon Farm, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire June 2021 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images and GIS data from an archaeological evaluation of land at Swindon Farm, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire. This work was undertaken by Cotswold Archaeology in June 2021.
March 2022: Images and Site Records from an Archaeological Watching Brief at Middleton Lane, Stoney Middleton, Derbyshire March 2021 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images and site records from an archaeological watching brief undertaken as part of excavation for temporary railway track on fields to the north of Middleton Lane, Stoney Middleton, Derbyshire. This work was undertaken by Archaeological Research Services Ltd in March 2021.
March 2022: Images and GIS Data from an Archaeological Evaluation at Pipewell Road Development, Gaultney Farm, Desborough July 2021 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images and GIS data from an archaeological evaluation of land at Gaultney Farm, Desborough, Northamptonshire. This work was undertaken by Cotswold Archaeology in July 2021.
March 2022: Images and GIS Data from an Archaeological Evaluation at Hailes House, Hailes, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire April 2018 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images and GIS data from an archaeological evaluation at Hailes House, Hailes, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire. This work was undertaken by Cotswold Archaeology in April 2018.
March 2022: Images and GIS Data from Archaeological Evaluation of Land at Southfield Road, Gretton, Northamptonshire September 2018 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images and GIS data from an archaeological evaluation of land at Southfield Road, Gretton, Northamptonshire. This work was undertaken by Cotswold Archaeology in September 2018. A total of 32 trenches were excavated across the 8.2ha site.
March 2022: Images and GIS Data from Archaeological Evaluation of EC9 Daventry South East Gateway - Phase 1 March 2021 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images and GIS data from archaeological evaluation of land at EC9 Daventry South East Gateway, London Road, Daventry, Northamptonshire. This work was undertaken in March 2021 by Cotswold Archaeology at the request of Howkins and Harrison.
March 2022: Images and GIS Data from Archaeological Evaluation at Land adjacent to Hardwick Road, Little Harrowden, Northamptonshire June 2018 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images and GIS data from an archaeological evaluation at land adjacent to Hardwick Road, Little Harrowden, Northamptonshire. This work was undertaken by Cotswold Archaeology in June 2018.
March 2022: Images and GIS Data from Archaeological Evaluation of Land at Midland Road, Thrapston, Northamptonshire January to February 2018 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images and GIS data from an archaeological evaluation of land at Midland Road, Thrapston, Northamptonshire. This work was undertaken in January and February 2018 by Cotswold Archaeology and the evaluation comprised the excavation of sixteen trenches.
March 2022: Images and Report from Historic Building Recording at Mansell House, No. 22 Bore Street, Lichfield October 2021 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images and a report from Historic Building Recording at Mansell House, No. 22 Bore Street, Lichfield. This work was undertaken by Pegasus Group on behalf of Pergola Ltd in October 2021.
March 2022: Images and GIS Data from Archaeological Evaluation of Land at Higham Ferrers, Northamptonshire August 2018 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images and GIS data from an archaeological evaluation on land at Higham Ferrers, Northamptonshire. This work was undertaken by Cotswold Archaeology in August 2018. The evaluation comprised the excavation of twelve trenches.
March 2022: Images and GIS Data from Archaeological Evaluation at Land to the South of Church Lane, Trowbridge, Wiltshire March 2021 (Archive released)
This collection contains images and GIS data from an archaeological evaluation of land to the south of Church Lane, Trowbridge, Wiltshire. This work was undertaken by Cotswold Archaeology in March 2021. A total of 19 trenches were excavated.
March 2022: The Central Zagros Archaeological Project 2012 to 2017 (Archive released)
This collection comprises the archive reports and core data from investigations conducted by the Central Zagros Archaeological Project between 2012 and 2017 in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq. This includes images, reports, site records, spreadsheets and databases.
March 2022: Images and GIS Data from Archaeological Evaluation of Apex Park Phase 4, Daventry, Northamptonshire August 2018 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images and GIS data from an archaeological evaluation at Apex Park Phase 4, Daventry, Northamptonshire. This work was undertaken by Cotswold Archaeology in August 2018.
March 2022: Images from a Historic Building Survey Recording at The Maltings, 2B Lea Road, Gainsborough 2021 (Archive released)
This collection comprises of images from a historic building recording of The Maltings, 2B Lea Road, Gainsborough In June 2021, undertaken by Archaeological Research Services Ltd. The building recording was undertaken to discharge condition 4 of the planning permission prior to commencement of works to convert the building into residential apartments.
March 2022: Images from a Level 2 Archaeological Building Recording Survey at Rowheath Pavilion, Heath Road, Bournville, Birmingham 2020 (Archive released)
This collection comprises of images from an Building Recording Survey Level 2 at Rowheath Pavilion, (LB 1438279),Heath Road, Bournville, Birmingham, undertaken by Archaeology England in 2020. The pavilion as well as its adjacent parkland and sport pitches conform the land known as Rowheath Farm purchased by the Cadbury family in 1913. The pavilion was designed by Ramsay Armstrong and was completed in 1924. The building played a central role for several sporting events and was designated in 2017 as a Grade II listed building. Nowadays, the structure houses the Trinity Christian Centre, with a c...
March 2022: Site Data from an Archaeological Evaluation at Dragon School, Oxford October 2020 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images, GIS data, a report and site records from an archaeological evaluation at the Dragon School, Oxford. This work was undertaken by Oxford Archaeology on behalf of CPC Project Services LLP. The evaluation was carried out over the course of two days, on the 19th and 20th October 2020.
March 2022: Images and Reports from Historic Building Recording at Teesworks Industrial Zone, Redcar July and October 2021 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images and reports from a programme of historic building recording carried out by the Environment Partnership Ltd between July and October 2021. This work encompassed the former Redcar Iron Works, the Lackenby Steel Works, and the coke ovens and by-products plant at South Bank. The survey area was referred to collectively as the Teesworks Industrial Zone.
March 2022: Images from a Historic Building Survey Recording at Forge Cottage, 32 Main street, Bretforton, Evesham 2021 (Archive released)
This collection comprises of images from a historic building recording In February 2021, carried out at Forge Cottage, 32 Main street, Bretforton, Evesham, WR11 7JH as part of an application for the proposed development comprising conversion of the old forge to living accommodation with Forge Cottage. Few firmly datable features surviving before the mid and late C19 building programmes suggest a long period of growth and the inevitable loss of fabric with each new rebuild. Old furnishings were replaced and roofs were rebuilt. The study suggests that. By the early 19th century a cross-wing had...
March 2022: Site Data from an Archaeological Evaluation at Ongar Road, Great Dunmow, Essex 2016 (Archive released)
This collection comprises of site data (images, reports, CAD and spreadsheets) from an archaeological evaluation consisting of twenty-five trenches was carried out in advance of residential development at Ongar Road, Great Dunmow, Essex. The trenching revealed a low incidence of archaeological remains, including several medieval or later ditches and small number of residual artefacts, including earlier Iron Age and Saxon pot sherds, and fragments of Roman and medieval / post-medieval ceramic building material. The results of the trenching suggest that the site has mainly comprised parkland and...
March 2022: Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society Transactions (Archive updated)
The Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society was founded in 1866. The Society first published its Transactions (TCWAAS) in 1874. Fifteen volumes were published up to 1900 and from then it became an annual publication. Each volume of TCWAAS contains a collection of edited papers on various topics relating to both the history and the archaeology of the area. From the first, the Society embraced Lancashire-over-Sands, despite the geographical focus of its name; so when, in 1974, that area of Lancashire was officially absorbed into the new administrative area named Cumbria...
March 2022: Images and Site Records from an Archaeological Watching Brief on West Road, Fenham, Newcastle 2021 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images and site records (plans and registers) from an archaeological watching brief on West Road, Fenham, Newcastle. The watching brief was undertaken by Archaeological Research Services Ltd in 2021.
March 2022: Site Data from Archaeological Excavations of North Road, South Molton February to March 2019 and January 2021 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images, spreadsheet, site records and reports from archaeological excavations of two areas on land off North Road, South Molton, Devon. This work was undertaken by AC Archaeology prior to residential development in February and March 2019 and then January 2021.
March 2022: Site Data from an Archaeological Excavation at Bromley Road, Lawford, Essex June and July 2018 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images and GIS data from an archaeological excavation undertaken by Cotswold Archaeology in June and July 2018 on land east of Bromley Road, Lawford, Essex.
March 2022: Site Data from an Archaeological Evaluation at Partridge Hill Farm, High Common Lane, Austerfield, Doncaster 2020 (Archive released)
This collection comprises site data from an archaeological evaluation undertaken between March and April 2020 by Wessex Archaeology of a 45-ha parcel of land located adjacent to Partridge Hill Farm in association with the proposed installation of a solar farm. The evaluation comprised the excavation of a total of 105 trenches and established that 35 of the trenches revealed archaeological features and deposits, indicating a concentration of archaeological remains in the southernmost part of the evaluated area
March 2022: Site Data from Trial Trench Evaluation at Sketchley Lane, Sketchley, Leicestershire October 2019 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images, reports, site records, spreadsheets and GIS data from trial trench evaluation at Sketchley Lane, Sketchley, Leicestershire. This work was undertaken by Oxford Archaeology between the 21st and the 31st of October 2019 to inform a planning application for a mixed commercial and residential development.
March 2022: Site Data from a Strip, Map and Sample Excavation at Moreton Lane, Northmore, Oxfordshire 2017 (Archive released)
This collection comprises site data from a strip, map and sample excavation at the site of a proposed dwelling at Moreton Lane commissioned by PCA Architects and undertaken by Oxford Archaeology between October and November 2017. The excavation uncovered ditches of mid to late Roman date that defined the boundaries of rectilinear enclosures that abutted a trackway to the west, part of which had been uncovered by a 2007 watching brief.
March 2022: Site Data from Watching Brief at Roundwood Park School, Roundwood Park, Harpenden, Hertfordshire December 2017 to February 2018 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images and GIS data from an archaeological watching brief and strip, map and sample investigation which took place at Roundwood Park School, Roundwood Park, Harpenden, Hertfordshire December 2017 to February 2018. This work was undertaken by Cotswold Archaeology during groundworks associated with the development of an artificial multipurpose sports pitch with fencing, a storage container and associated works.
March 2022: Images and GIS Data from an Excavation of Land at Springfield Nursery, Fladbury, Worcestershire, May 2019 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images and GIS data from an archaeological strip, map and sample excavation undertaken by Cotswold Archaeology in May 2019 on land at Springfield Nursery, Fladbury, Worcestershire.
March 2022: Images and GIS Data from an Archaeological Evaluation of Land at Scot Elm Drive, Weston-super-Mare, North Somerset, July 2019 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images and GIS data from an archaeological evaluation of land at Scot Elm Drive, Weston-super- Mare, North Somerset. This work was undertaken by Cotswold Archaeology in July 2019. Seven trenches were excavated.
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February 2022: Site Data from an Archaeological Evaluation at the Chalet, Dunmow Road, Takeley, Essex 2015 (Archive released)
This collection comprises site data (images, CAD, spreadsheets and reports) from an archaeological evaluation by trial-trenching in advance of residential development revealed a 1st century AD irregular ditch, running roughly parallel with nearby Stane Street, undertaken by Archaeology South-East in 2015. Other findings comprised small quantities of Late Iron Age / Early Roman and medieval pottery.
February 2022: Site Data from an Archaeological Evaluation at High Street, Drayton, Oxfordshire 2014-15 (Archive released)
This collection comprises site data (images, reports, CAD and spreadsheets) from an archaeological evaluation in 2014 and subsequent excavation in 2015 on land south of the High Street, Drayton. Fieldwork revealed late Saxon ditches that may form part of a trackway, a medieval field system, and post-medieval boundary ditches. The latest evidence dates to the nineteenth century and relates to ancillary buildings belonging to Whitehorn's Farm. Postholes and pits and a midden deposit also uncovered are likely to relate to the medieval settlement, though the features were generally poorly dat...
February 2022: Site Data from Archaeological Evaluation at Wadeford Farm, Combe St Nicholas, Somerset February 2020 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images and GIS data from Archaeological Evaluation at Wadeford Farm, Combe St Nicholas, Somerset. This evaluation fieldwork was undertaken by Cotswold Archaeology in February 2020 and comprised the excavation of four trenches.
February 2022: Site Data from Archaeological Evaluation at Stane Park II, Essex Yeomanry Way April, May and December 2018 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images, reports and GIS data from an archaeological evaluation at Stane Park II, Essex Yeomary Way, Stanway, Essex. This work was undertaken by Cotswold Archaeology in two phases. Thirty-five trenches were excavated in Phase 1 between April and May 2018 and twenty -three trenches were excavated during Phase 2 in December 2018.
February 2022: Site Data from Archaeological Excavation on Land North of Southend Lane, Newent, Gloucestershire February and March 2020 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images and GIS data from an archaeological excavation at land North of Southend Lane, Newent, Gloucestershire. This work was undertaken by Cotswold Archaeology in February and March 2020.
February 2022: Site Data from an Archaeological Watching Brief at St Edmund Hall, Old Dining Hall Ramp, Oxford August 2020 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images, CAD, reports and spreadsheets from an archaeological watching brief which was undertaken by Oxford Archaeology during August 2020 at St Edmund Hall, Oxford.
February 2022: Images from a Historic Building Recording at the Former Convent of Mercy Chapel, 11 Bridge Gate, Derby 2021 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images from a historic building recording of the former Convent of Mercy altarpiece and table, and the chapel wall finishes where the altar formerly sat, at 11 Bridge Gate, Derby, undertaken in February 2021, by Archaeological Research Services Ltd, commissioned on behalf of The Institute of Our Lady of Mercy.
February 2022: Images from an Archaeological Evaluation at Brockholes Crescent, Poulton-le-Fylde, Lancashire 2019 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images from an archaeological evaluation at land off Brockholes Crescent, Poulton-le-Fylde, Lancashire in 2019. No deposits or artefacts of archaeological interest were encountered.
February 2022: Site Data from an Archaeological Evaluation at Brick Kiln Farm, St Edmund's Lane, Great Dunmow, Essex 2013 (Archive released)
This collection comprises site data (images, reports and CAD) from an Archaeological evaluation, undertaken in advance of residential development. Twenty-five trenches were excavated across the site. These revealed the presence of only a low density, range and complexity of below-ground archaeological remains. The earliest recorded feature was a single ditch of medieval date, containing a small quantity of 12th-early 13th century pottery. In the absence of associated occupation remains, this is likely to be a simple field boundary - perhaps part of a wider enclosure system on the valley side. ...
February 2022: Images and GIS Data from an Archaeological Evaluation at Site NS1, North Stevenage, Hertfordshire, October and November 2018 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images and GIS data from an archaeological evaluation of land known as Site NS1, North Stevenage, Hertfordshire. This work was undertaken by Cotswold Archaeology in October and November 2018 on behalf of Croudace Homes Group Ltd, in connection with proposals for the development of the site.
February 2022: Images from an Archaeological Building Recording Survey of the Former Fire Station, East Pilgrim Street, Newcastle, Tyne and Wear 2020 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images from a photographic survey of a 1930s fire station located in East Pilgrim Street, Newcastle, Tyne and Wear. The collection contains 102 images taken across the different section of the building, the work was undertaken in 2020 by Archaeological Services Durham University.
February 2022: Site Data from an Evaluation at Land off Clunch Pit Lane, Reach, Cambridgeshire June 2021 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images, reports, site records and GIS data from trial trench evaluation at land off Clunch Pit Lane, Reach, Cambridgeshire. The work was undertaken on the 24th and 25th of June 2021 by Oxford Archaeology East in advance of a proposed residential development.
February 2022: Site Data from an Archaeological Evaluation at Jacks Lane, Oak Lodge, Takeley, Essex 2014 (Archive released)
This collection comprises site data (images, reports and CAD) from an archaeological evaluation, undertaken on the footprints of two new houses to be constructed on the southeast side of Oak Lodge in the hamlet of Jacks Green in 2014. The site was located within an area of high archaeological potential, primarily its association with the medieval moated site of Goodwyns, elements of which remain on the north-east side of the house. More moated remains stand on the south side of Jacks Lane. In addition, Prehistoric occupation and Roman and medieval activity were found on the nearby Priors Gree...
February 2022: Life in Roman and Medieval Leicester: Excavations in the town's north-east quarter, 1958-2006, Report Collection (Archive released)
The grey literature reports in this collection underpin the research, published in 2021 as a Leicester Archaeology monograph titled 'Life in Roman and Medieval Leicester: Excavations in the town's north-east quarter, 1958-2006' by Richard Buckley, Nicholas J. Cooper and Mathew Morris.
February 2022: Images from an Archaeological Test Pit Survey at Orient House, Kettering Road, Northampton 2021 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images from an archaeological test pit survey undertaken by DRP Archaeology in November 2021 at Orient House, Kettering Road, Northampton, as the first stage in mitigation on approved planning consent
February 2022: Images from a Watching Brief at Derwent Oak Farm, Hamsterley Mill, Rowlands Gill, County Durham 2017 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images from a watching brief undertaken by AAG Archaeology at Derwent Oak Farm, Lintzford Road, Hamsterley Mill, County Durham in Spring 2017. The watching brief was undertaken on internal alterations to the main farmhouse at Derwent Oak Farm, as a condition of a granted planning permission to alter the main farmhouse and annex.
February 2022: Site Records from Archaeological Evaluation of Land west of Heckford's Road, Great Bentley, Essex February 2017 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images and CAD from an archaeological evaluation on agricultural land located to the west of Heckford's Road, Great Bentley, Colchester, Essex. This work was undertaken by Cotswold Archaeology in February 2017. The evaluation comprised the excavation of sixteen 30m trial trenches.
February 2022: Digital Archive from an Archaeological Investigation of the Forebuilding, Walden Castle, June 2013 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images, reports, CAD and site records from an archaeological investigation adjacent to the forebuilding of the keep of Walden Castle, Saffron Walden. Archaeology South-East was commissioned by Uttlesford District Council to undertake this work during June 2013 in advance of building consolidation works.
February 2022: Images and GIS data from an Archaeological Evaluation of Land at West Buckland Junction (A361), Barnstaple, Devon 2018 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images and GIS data from an archaeological evaluation undertaken by Costwold Archaeology in September 2018 on land adjacent to the A361 West Buckland Junction, Devon. The evaluation results inform the proposed improvement strategy for the North Devon Link Road, as developed by Devon County Council.
February 2022: Images and GIS data from an Archaeological Investigation at Great Linford Manor Park, Great Linford, Milton Keynes 2019 (Archive released)
This collection comprises site data (images and GIS data) from an archaeological investigation and community project undertaken by Cotswold Archaeology in April and July 2019 (Stage 1 and 2 respectively) at Great Linford Manor Park, Great Linford, Milton Keynes. The works were commissioned by The Parks Trust to inform a larger-scale National Lottery Heritage funded project to improve the site.
February 2022: Images and GIS data from an Archaeological Evaluation at Torbay Road, Castle Cary, Somerset 2019 (Archive released)
This collection comprises site data (images and GIS data) from an archaeological evaluation undertaken by Cotswold Archaeology in November 2019 at Torbay Road, Castle Cary, Somerset, prior to development of the site.
February 2022: Images and GIS Data from Archaeological Evaluation of Land off Barbrook Lane, Tiptree, Essex March 2019 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images and GIS data from an Archaeological Evaluation on land off Barbrook Lane, Tiptree, Essex. This work was undertaken by Cotswold Archaeology in March 2019.
February 2022: Images and Site Records from an Archaeological Evaluation undertaken on Land at North View and No. 3 The Warren, Dunmow Road, Little Canfield October 2014 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images and site records from an Archaeological Evaluation undertaken by Archaeology South-Easton on land at North View and No. 3 The Warren, Dunmow Road, Little Canfield in October 2014. This work was undertaken on behalf of Arcady Architects for Knight Developments in advance of proposed residential development.
February 2022: Images and GIS data from an Archaeological Evaluation at The Old Mill, The Cross, Childswickham, Worcestershire 2019 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images and GIS data from an archaeological evaluation undertaken by Cotswold Archaeology in September 2019 at The Old Mill, The Cross, Childswickham, Broadway, Worcestershire. The evaluation was undertaken to support an application for residential development within the site.
February 2022: Images and GIS data from an Archaeological Evaluation at Rowtree Park, Collingtree, Northamptonshire (Phase 1) 2019 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images and GIS data from an archaeological evaluation (Phase 1) carried out by Cotswold Archaeology at Rowtree Park, Collingtree, Northamptonshire in November 2019, to comply with a planning condition for the redevelopment of the site.
February 2022: Image and GIS from an Archaeological Watching Brief at Hinkley Point C Connection Project, Stage 1.2: Churchill Substation, North Somerset, 2019 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images and GIS data from an Archaeological Watching Brief on land adjacent to Churchill Substation, Stock Lane, North Somerset. This work was undertaken by Cotswold Archaeology in May 2019 and was part of the Hinkley Point C Connection Project and was maintained during Stage 1.2 of the authorised development at Churchill Y Route.
February 2022: Images and GIS data from an Archaeological Evaluation at Land Adjacent to Barnwell Court, Mawsley, Northamptonshire 2020 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images and GIS data from an archaeological evaluation undertaken by Costwold Archaeology in December 2020 at land adjacent to Barnwell Court, Mawsley, Northamptonshire. The work was undertaken prior to determination of an application for residential redevelopment of the site.
February 2022: Digital Archive from an Archaeological Evaluation at Bishops Court Extension, Sidmouth Road, Exeter 2016 (Archive released)
This collection contains the data (reports, images, CAD drawings and spreadsheet) from an archaeological evaluation carried out by John Moore Heritage Services on land to the south of Apple Lane, off Sidmouth Road, Exeter in July 2016, prior to determination of a planning application.
February 2022: Site Data from an Archaeological Evaluation at Sheffield Hallam University Science Park, Sheffield 2021 (Archive released)
This collection comprises site data (images, CAD drawings and site records) from an archaeological evaluation undertaken by Archaeological Research Services Ltd at Sheffield Hallam University Science Park in March 2021, as part of a planning application for demolition and redevelopment of the site.
February 2022: Site Data from Archaeological Monitoring of the South-West Bastion and Ha-ha at the Church of Our Lady, Seaton Delaval Hall, Northumberland 2021 (Archive released)
This collection comprises site data (images, report and spreadsheet) from a pre-intervention level 3 record survey and watching brief of the south-west Bastion and Ha-ha at the Church of Our Lady, Seaton Delaval Hall, Northumberland, conducted by Northern Archaeological Associates in May 2021 prior to repairs being undertaken.
February 2022: Digital Archive from an Archaeological Excavation at Aston Clinton Road Major Development Area, Broughton, Buckinghamshire 2018 (Archive released)
This collection comprises a site report, carbon dating report, site and X-ray images, GIS, and site database from an archaeological excavation at Aston Clinton Road Major Development Area, Broughton, Buckinghamshire, undertaken by Cotswold Archaeology in 2018.
February 2022: Site data from an Archaeological Evaluation at 23 How Street, Plymouth 2018 (Archive released)
This collection contains site data (site records, GIS, and images) from an archaeological evaluation at 23 How Street, Plymouth carried out by Cotswold Archaeology in 2018.
February 2022: Images and GIS data from an Archaeological Evaluation of Land at Mickle Well Park, Daventry, Northamptonshire, January to February 2019 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images and GIS data from an archaeological evaluation of land at Mickle Well Park, Daventry, Northamptonshire. This work was undertaken by Cotswold Archaeology between January and February 2019. The fieldwork comprised the excavation of one hundred and twenty trenches.
February 2022: Site Data from an Archaeological Evaluation at Markfield Road, Ratby, Leicestershire 2021 (Archive released)
This collection comprises site data from an evaluation of land at Markfield Road undertaken by Archaeological Research Services Ltd in August 2021. The evaluation comprised the excavation of thirteen trenches and was commissioned to determine the location, nature, date, character and form of any archaeologically sensitive features or deposits present within the proposed development area.
February 2022: Site Data from an Archaeological Evaluation at Land South of Stansted Road, Elsenham 2015 (Archive released)
This collection comprises site data from an archaeological evaluation at land south of Stansted Road, Elsenham, Essex commissioned by CgMs Consulting and undertaken by Archaeology South-East in March 2015. A total of forty 30m-long trenches were excavated and the evaluation identified features such as an undated shallow pit, a post-medieval field boundary ditch, an undated linear feature and two possibly prehistoric pits.
February 2022: Site Data from an Archaeological Evaluation at Hillside Road, Castle Gresley, Swadlincote 2019 (Archive released)
This collection comprises site data from an archaeological evaluation undertaken by Wessex Archaeology in June 2019 of a 5.2 ha parcel of land located off Hillside Road. The evaluation discovered archaeological features across the proposed development area, a portion of which were excavated in order to try to ascertain their date and function. There were no dateable finds recovered during the evaluation, limiting the ability to firmly date any of the features.
February 2022: Site Data from Historic Building Recording at Drayton Lodge Farm, Staverton Road, Daventry, Northamptonshire 2021 (Archive released)
This collection comprises site images and digitised survey drawings from historic building recording at Drayton Lodge Farm undertaken by Ric Tyler in September 2021. The programme of pre-demolition building recording was undertaken as a condition of planning consent for the large-scale redevelopment of the wider farmstead site. Three principal structures of early date and heritage interest survive; the main farmhouse, a two-storey outbuilding and a former shelter shed. The remaining traditional farm buildings, evident from historical mapping, had been largely replaced by 20th-century utilitari...
February 2022: Site Data from Archaeological Monitoring at Colville Hall, White Roding 2014 (Archive released)
This collection comprises site data from archaeological monitoring undertaken by Archaeology South-East at Colville Hall, White Roding. Various groundworks were monitored between February and July 2014 associated with Colville Hall's development as a wedding venue. The site comprises a complex of historic buildings of Medieval and Tudor date, set within what is probably a moated enclosure. Recorded archaeological remains outlying the farm complex comprised a number of field boundary ditches, some of which may have their origins in the medieval period. Few discrete features, such as pits or pos...
February 2022: Site Data from an Archaeological Evaluation of Land East of Coppice Close, Takeley, Essex 2018 (Archive released)
This collection comprises site data from an evaluation of land east of Coppice Close undertaken by Archaeology South-East in August 2018. The evaluation was carried out in advance of residential development. A total of 14 trenches were investigated, nine of which were found to contain a low density of archaeological remains.
February 2022: Wharram Percy Digital Archive (Archive updated)
The primary aim of the project has been to disseminate, by the most appropriate means, the results of the excavations carried out at the deserted medieval village site of Wharram Percy, North Yorkshire, between 1950 and 1990. The current phase of the project began in 2000, and has resulted in the publication of six printed volumes detailing the principal findings of excavations carried out in various parts of the village site during the 1970s and 1980s. These volumes have been based on lengthier archive reports and datasets relating to the analysis of stratigraphic, artefactual and environmen...
February 2022: Images from Historic Building Recording at Greensfield Steading, Alnwick, Northumberland March 2021 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images from Historic Building Recording of a complex of traditional farm buildings comprising the former Greensfield Steading site, Alnwick, Northumberland. This work was undertaken in March 2021 by Archaeological Research Services Ltd (ARS Ltd) and was commissioned by Northumberland Estates Ltd (the Client). The image collection records this farm complex and includes shots of the setting, exterior views of buildings and interior features.
February 2022: Site data from Archaeological Investigations on Land at Former Stanton Harcourt Airfield, October 2018 to June 2020 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images, reports, site records, CAD and GIS data from multi-phased archaeological investigations on the Land at Former Stanton Harcourt Airfield. This work was carried out by John Moore Heritage Services between October 2018 to June 2020.
February 2022: Images and GIS data from an Archaeological Evaluation, James Road, Irchester, Northamptonshire. March 2019 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images and GIS data from an archaeological evaluation undertaken by Cotswold Archaeology on land to the south of James Road, Irchester, Northamptonshire in March 2019. The images includes shots of the site and excavated features during excavation work and the GIS records results from the site survey.
February 2022: Site Data from Archaeological Monitoring at Peartree Apartments, Salisbury, Wiltshire. April 2019 to February 2020 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images, reports and site records from Archaeological Monitoring during development work at Peartree Apartments at 17-19 Mill Road, Salisbury April 2019 to February 2020. This work was undertaken by Wessex Archaeology and was commissioned by The Trustees of the Howle Hotels Pension Fund.
February 2022: Images and Report from an Archaeological Evaluation on land east of Axminster, Devon, 2018 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images and a report from an archaeological trial trench evaluation on land east of Axminster, Devon. The archaeological work was undertaken over 24 days between the 30th July and the 7th September 2018, and comprised the excavation of 63 trenches.
February 2022: Images and Site Records from an Archaeological Evaluation at Nursery Street, Sheffield May 2021 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images and site records from an Archaeological Evaluation undertaken by Archaeological Research Services Ltd at Nursery Street, Sheffield. Images include shots of the site and features during excavation and the site records include registers, context sheets, drawings and surveys.
February 2022: Site records from Archaeological Evaluation of Land South of Harwich Road, Mistley, Manningtree, Essex February 2017 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images and a CAD file from an archaeological evaluation undertaken by Cotswold Archaeology in February 2017 on agricultural land located to the south of Harwich Road, Mistley, Manningtree, Essex. The evaluation comprised the excavation of thirty-four trial trenches.
February 2022: Images and Site Records from an Archaeological Observation at Land at Southwood Meadow, Buckland Brewer, Devon 2016 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images and site records from an archaeological evaluation undertaken by Cotswold Archaeology in August 2016 at Southwood Meadow, Buckland Brewer, Devon. The evaluation was carried out as part of a planning application for residential development of the site.
February 2022: Images from a Historic Building Recording Survey at No.365 London Road, Hemel Hempstead 2021 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images from a programme of historic building recording undertaken by The Environment Partnership Ltd (TEP) at No.365 London Road, Hemel Hempstead from June to August 2021, ahead of a scheduled demolition of the building.
February 2022: Transactions of the Leicestershire Archaeological and Historical Society (Archive released)
This collection comprises volumes of the Transactions of the Leicestershire Archaeological and Historical Society. The Society was founded in 1855 and over the years has changed its name slightly, but its aims have virtually remained the same; 'to promote the study of history, archaeology, antiquities and architecture of the county'. Each year we publish a series of articles in our journal Transactions which also includes a summary of all archaeological activity which has taken place in the city and counties of Leicestershire and Rutland. A sister publication the 'Leicestershire Historian' is ...
February 2022: Thomas Turner and co.'s 'Suffolk Works' The History and Archaeology of a Sheffield Steel and Cutlery Works - Appendices (Archive released)
This collection comprises the appendices for the publication Thomas Turner and co.'s 'Suffolk Works' The History and Archaeology of a Sheffield Steel and Cutlery Works. This project was an excavation undertaken by Archaeological Research and Consultancy at the University of Sheffield (ARCUS) of a purpose built nineteenth century steel and cutlery works, the "Suffolk Works". At the time (2001-2002) this was a unique opportunity to investigate a type of industrial site that has rarely survived with so little sub-surface disturbance, supported by an unusual wealth of documentary and photograph...
February 2022: Site Data from an Archaeological Evaluation and Excavation at Money Hill, Ashby-de-la-Zouch 2020 (Archive released)
This collection comprises site data from an archaeological evaluation and excavation undertaken by Oxford Archaeology on the site of a proposed housing development at Money Hill, Ashby-de-la-Zouch, Leicestershire, between July and August 2020 and during October 2020 respectively. The evaluation consisted of 128 trenches, representing a 2% sample of the development area. Significant archaeology was identified in two trenches and the excavation uncovered a localized buried soil layer that contained a small quantity of worked flint, including a fragment from a Neolithic axe that had been reworked...
February 2022: Images and GIS data from an Archaeological Evaluation of Land at Shurdington Road, Leckhampton, Gloucestershire 2021 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images and GIS data from an archaeological evaluation undertaken by Costwold Archaeology in February 2021 on Land at Shurdington Road, Leckhampton, Gloucestershire.
February 2022: The Society of Antiquaries of Scotland (Archive updated)
The Society of Antiquaries of Scotland have scanned the entire run of the Archaeologia Scotica and the Society's out-of-print monographs. The archive also includes a full run of the Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland from 1851 until the present. The latest editions of the journal are available digitally, although they are embargoed for three years, during which time they are only available to Fellows of the society using a login and password.
February 2022: Images from an Archaeological Evaluation near Peewit Road, Evesham, Worcestershire December 2019 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images from an archaeological evaluation undertaken by Cotswold Archaeologyon land off Peewit Road, Evesham, Worcestershire in December 2019 . These images include shots of the site and excavated features.
February 2022: Images from Archaeological Recording of the Robinson Arch Clock Tower, Auckland Castle, Bishop Auckland, 2020-2021 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images from archaeological monitoring and recording undertaken by Archaeological Services Durham University at the Robinson Arch clock tower, Auckland Castle, Bishop Auckland between August 2020 to May 2021. The images include exterior shots of the clock tower in the setting, interior architectural features and fabric of the structure.
February 2022: Reports and Site Data from an Archaeological Watching Brief at 66 High Street, Witney, 2021 (Archive released)
An Archaeological Watching Brief at a site to the rear of 66 High Street, Witney was undertaken January to February 2021 by John Moore Heritage Services. This collection comprises images, reports, site data, CAD drawings and site register spreadsheets from this investigation.
February 2022: Images from a Photographic Survey of the Piggery at Hammerton Farm, Wincle, April 2021 (Archive released)
In April 2021, Jenny Wetton Conservation was commissioned to undertake a photographic survey at the Piggery at Hammerton Farm in Wincle. This collection comprises images taken as part of this photographic survey and include shots of the setting, exterior and interior of the building.
February 2022: GIS data and images from Archaeological Recording at land at 2 Polwell Lane, Barton Seagrave, Northamptonshire July 2019 (Archive released)
This collection comprises GIS data and images taken during Archaeological Recording work undertaken by Cotswold Archaeology at 2 Polwell Lane, Barton Seagrave, Northamptonshire during July 2019. The images include shots of the site and features during excavation, whilst the GIS records the data from the site survey.
February 2022: Images and Site Records from an Archaeological Evaluation at Pitworthy, Pancrasweek, Devon, August 2013 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images and site records from an archaeological evaluation undertaken by Cotswold Archaeology in August 2013 at Pitworthy, Pancrasweek, Devon. The images and site records document excavated features.
February 2022: Cambridge Antiquarian Proceedings (Archive updated)
CAMBRIDGE ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY was founded in 1840 'for the encouragement of the study of history and antiquities of the University, Town and County of Cambridge', and its Proceedings have been published on an annual basis since that time. In 1845 its remit became worldwide, although in effect its publications have since become increasingly local (Cambridgeshire). Similarly its subject matter is still all things antiquarian, but it has become increasingly concerned with archaeology and historic buildings. Since 1974 the County includes Huntingdonshire and Peterborough. In 1900 a breakaway socie...
February 2022: Images and GIS data from Archaeological Evaluation of Land at Hay End Lane, Fradley, Staffordshire November to December 2019 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images and GIS data from an archaeological evaluation undertaken by Cotswold Archaeology between November and December 2019 on land at Hay End Lane, Fradley, Staffordshire. Images include shots of the site and excavated features during this evaluation work and the GIS data was collected during the site survey.
February 2022: Site Data from an Evaluation at Land off Braybrooke Road, Desborough, Northamptonshire March 2019 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images, CAD, spreadsheets, site data and reports from a trial trenching evaluation at Braybrooke Road, Desborough, Northamptonshire. This work was undertaken in March 2019 by Oxford Archaeology and was commissioned by Pegasus Group on behalf of Gladman Developments Ltd.
February 2022: Images and GIS data from an Archaeological Evaluation of Land between Longwick Road and Mill Lane, Buckinghamshire 2018 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images and GIS data from an archaeological evaluation undertaken by Cotswold Archaeology in January 2018 on Land between Longwick Road and Mill Lane, Buckinghamshire, as part of a planning requirement.
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January 2022: Site Data from an Archaeological Evaluation at The Distaff, Belmont Hill, Newport 2014 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images from an archaeological evaluation, undertaken by Archaeology South-East in advance of development of land to the north of 'The Distaff', Belmont Hill, Newport, Essex in 2014.
January 2022: Images from an Archaeological Evaluation of 57 Stamford Road, Oakham 2021 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images from a small two trench evaluation at 57 Stamford Road, undertaken by drp archaeology at the pre-determination stage around an existing dwelling. Archaeological background off the site demonstrates a rich prehistoric landscape, including a BA/IA pit alignment to the south. The excavation revealed solid undisturbed geology. No archaeological features, deposits or finds were revealed.
January 2022: Reports and Data from an Archaeological Watching Brief at Myddelton House, Saffron Walden, Essex 2015 (Archive released)
This collection comprises site data (spreadsheet, reports and cad drawings) from an archaeological watching brief at the rear of Myddylton House, Myddleton Place, Saffron Walden during extension works, undertaken by Archaeology South-East (ASE). The house is a Grade II Listed Building dating from the mid-16th century, with additions of the early 18th century and re-fronted in the early/mid-19th century. Groundworks recorded several features representing at least three phases of occupation of the site, from the 12th century to the 18th century, including pits, levelling layers, a brick-built o...
January 2022: Images from a Historic Building Recording Survey of the Canal Tramway, Bude, Cornwall 2021 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images from a building recording survey of the remains of a historic tramway beside the canal in Bude, Cornwall that had been exposed by rough seas. Work was commissioned by Cormac Solutions Ltd and undertaken by Cornwall Archaeological Unit between February and March 2021. The historic tramway was used throughout the 19th century and first part of the 20th century to transport sand form the beach onto tug boats on the canal to be transported inland for agricultural soil improvement.
January 2022: Site Data from an Archaeological Excavation of the West Curtain Wall at Walden Castle Keep, Saffron Walden 2015 (Archive released)
This collection comprises site data from an excavation within the keep of Walden Castle undertaken by Archaeology South-East between May and June 2015. The excavation was undertaken in advance of consolidation and improvement works and revealed modern deposits and a large post-medieval robber cut that had removed much of the thickness of the west curtain wall foundation.
January 2022: Site Data from an Archaeological Watching Brief of the Beetle Loggery at Walden Castle, Saffron Walden 2015 (Archive released)
This collection comprises the digital archive for an archaeological watching brief at Walden Castle Beetle Loggery undertaken by Archaeology South-East in February 2015. Archaeological monitoring revealed modern artefacts and layers of modern made-ground, indicating that the area had been landscaped at some time during the 20th Century.
January 2022: Site Data from an Archaeological Watching Brief at St Mary's Church, Saffron Walden 2016-2018 (Archive released)
This collection comprises site data from an archaeological watching brief at St Mary's Church undertaken by Archaeology South-East between May 2016 and May 2018. The watching brief identified features such as a post-medieval brick wall and a post-medieval/modern brick soakaway associated with an earlier relocation of the font, the footings of the south and west wall and in situ skeletal remains.
January 2022: Cataractonium: Establishment, Consolidation and Retreat Digital Monograph, 2021 (Archive updated)
This is the third of three monographs that present the results of archaeological investigations carried out by Northern Archaeological Associates during Highways England's upgrading of 19km of the A1 dual carriageway to motorway status between Leeming and Barton in North Yorkshire from 2013-17. The first monograph concentrates on human burials, and the second upon the Late Iron Age and Early Roman transition period at Scotch Corner, and this work is focused principally on the Roman period. This monograph explores the research theme "Establishment, Consolidation and Retreat", along with a wide ...
January 2022: Contact, Concord and Conquest: Britons and Romans at Scotch Corner Digital Monograph, 2020 (Archive updated)
This is the second of three monographs concerning archaeological excavations for Highways England's 2013-17 upgrading of the A1 to motorway status between Leeming and Barton in North Yorkshire. A1 scheme research themes "First Contact" and "Dere Street" are addressed here, along with research questions concerning evidence from Scotch Corner and its hinterland. The archaeological remains at Scotch Corner encompass a remarkable era of social, economic and political transformations associated with the absorption of northern England into the Roman province. Artefact typologies, radiocarbon dat...
January 2022: Death, Burial and Identity: 3000 Years of Death in the Vale of Mowbray Digital Monograph, 2019 (Archive updated)
This collection comprises the 2019 monograph 'Death, Burial and Identity: 3000 Years of Death in the Vale of Mowbray.' accompanied by figures and appendices. The volume is the first of three monographs that present the results of archaeological excavations between Leeming and Barton in North Yorkshire. The work took place between 2013 and 2017 as part of Highway England's upgrade of 19km of the A1 to motorway status. This first volume examines the extensive burial record from the road scheme - the excavations revealed 308 human burials at 14 locations, which ranged in date from the Early Br...
January 2022: The Evolution of Dere Street from Routeway to Motorway: Evidence from the Dishforth to Barton A1 Motorway Improvements Digital Monograph, 2021 (Archive released)
This collection comprises the monograph 'The Evolution of Dere Street from Routeway to Motorway: Evidence from the Dishforth to Barton A1 Motorway Improvements' and accompanying figures. The monograph presents evidence for the development of the long-distance route known as Dere Street revealed by archaeological mitigation work during upgrading of the A1 dual carriageway to motorway status between Dishforth and Barton; stretches of Dere Street are incorporated into the route of the A1(M). The paper traces the lifetime of the road from its earliest antecedents, originally a natural routeway ...
January 2022: Living Between the Monuments: The prehistory of the Dishforth to Barton A1 Motorway Improvements Digital Monograph, 2021 (Archive released)
This collection comprises the monograph 'Living Between the Monuments: The prehistory of the Dishforth to Barton A1 Motorway Improvements' and accompanying figures. The monograph presents the early prehistoric evidence from archaeological excavations in 2009-2010, and 2013-2017 during the improvement of two sections of the A1 dual carriageway to motorway status between Dishforth and Barton in North Yorkshire. The A1 passes through an area rich in Neolithic and Early Bronze Age monuments, and the road schemes have added a wealth of new information, including several new monuments, for one of...
January 2022: Data from a Magnetometer Survey at the Faringdon to Blundson Pipeline, Phase 3, Oxfordshire, September 2021 (Archive released)
This collection comprises datasets (CAD, Geophysics and GIS) from a geophysical (magnetometry) survey which carried out by Archaeological Surveys Ltd at the Faringdon to Blundson Pipeline (Phase 3) in Oxfordshire during September 2021.
January 2022: Images and Report from Archaeological Watching Brief at Powick Weir, Powick, Worcester July to October 2018 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images and a metal detecting survey report from an archaeological watching brief undertaken by Cotswold Archaeology July to October 2018. This watching brief took place during groundworks associated with the removal of part of Powick Weir built in 2000, and the establishment of the site compound and material handling area.
January 2022: Site Data from an Archaeological Evaluation at Bedford Commercial Park, Marston Vale, Wootton, Bedfordshire 2020 (Archive released)
This collection comprises site data (images, CAD and report) from an archaeological evaluation carried out by MOLA at Bedford Commercial Park, Marston Vale, Wootton, Bedfordshire. Evaluation trenches were excavated on the site between the 19th and 28th October 2020.
January 2022: Site Data from Archaeological Trial Trench Evaluation on land at The Old Rectory, Preston Capes, Northamptonshire, April 2019 (Archive released)
This collection comprises site data (images, CAD and Written Scheme of Investigation) from Archaeological Trial Trench Evaluation at the Old Rectory, Preston Capes, Northamptonshire (NGR 457488 254887) in April 2019. This work was undertaken by MOLA and involved the excavation of six trenches in the proposed area of two new ponds.
January 2022: Data from a Review of Macroscopic Plant Remains from the Midland Counties (Archive released)
This collection comprises spreadsheet data from a Historic England funded project which aimed to summarise and disseminate the current extent of knowledge of archaeobotanical remains within the midland counties of England.
January 2022: Historic building recording of the Footbridge at St Erth Railway Station, 2021 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images. Cornwall Archaeological unit was commissioned by Ewan Dommett of John Sisk and Son Ltd on behalf of Network Rail to carry out a historic building record of a railway footbridge at St Erth Station, in advance of its removal and relocation. St Erth Station is located approximately 5km to the south-east of St Ives and 1km north-west of St Erth village just to the south of Rose-an-Grouse.
January 2022: Images from Historic Building Recording at Gwynearth, Rosudgeon November 2020 to February 2021 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images from Historic Building Recording work undertaken at Gwynearth in Rosudgeon, November 2020 to February 2021. Cornwall Archaeological Unit were commissioned by C B Bryant Construction Ltd to carry out the Historic Building Record and Archaeological Watching Brief in advance of the demolition of the existing house and redevelopment of the site.
January 2022: Images from an Archaeological Building Recording Survey at Dunston Hill Hospital, Gateshead, Tyne and Wear 2021 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images from an photographic and plan survey of a 19th-century walled garden, a ruinous gardener's cottage and a WWII Anderson shelter. The work was undertaken by Archaeological Services Durham University from March to April 2021.
January 2022: Images from Historic Building Recording of a barn at Back Lane Farm, Butterton, August 2021 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images from a Level 2 Historic Building Recording of a small barn at Back Lane Farm, Butterton undertaken by The Archaeology Co. in August 2021.
January 2022: Site Data from an Archaeological Excavation at Bray Valley Quarries, Brayford, Barnstaple, Devon 2018 (Archive released)
This collection comprises images and GIS from an archaeological strip, map and record excavation during quarry extension works at Bray Valley Quarries, Brayford, Devon (Areas B and E).The archaeological works undertaken in 2018, by Cotswold Archaeology. The works recorded a posthole and a pit, both of which were undated.
January 2022: Images from an Archaeological Evaluation at Cafe Field, Standon Hill Road, Standon, Hertfordshire 2016 (Archive released)
An archaeological evaluation was undertaken by Cotswold Archaeology in November 2016 on behalf of CgMs Consulting at Cafe Field, Standon Hill Road, Standon, Hertfordshire. Thirty eight trenches were excavated representing a 2.5 percent sample of the proposed development area. Trenches 1 to 5 in the western part of the site were targeted on anomalies identified by a previous geophysical survey, however, only two features uncovered within Trench 4 corresponded with the survey results. Furthermore, a number of features uncovered in Trench 38 also corresponded with an area of anomalies identified ...
January 2022: Medieval Settlement Research (Archive updated)
The MSRG's journal, Medieval Settlement Research (MSR), is published each year in the autumn. The journal is an internationally recognised publication, containing peer-reviewed research papers, fieldwork reports and news, reviews and an annual bibliography. Although the Group's interests are concentrated on British and Irish medieval landscapes between the 5th and 16th centuries AD, it actively encourages wider chronological and pan-European perspectives. Medieval Settlement Research therefore welcomes papers on Britain, Ireland and Europe that help us to improve our understanding of medieval ...