Cataractonium: Establishment, Consolidation and Retreat

Stuart Ross, Cath Ross, C Antink, J Baines, R Brickstock, C Britton, Catherine Chisman, S Collison, H. E. M. Cool, A Croom, Andrew Crowson, J Cruse, Rachel Cubitt, Chris Cumberpatch, J Cussans, S Doyal, Andrew Durkin, David W Fell, Elizabeth Foulds, L Gardiner, Margarita Gleba, David Griffiths, K Hartley, M Henig, Mark Hoyle, E Hudak, Dawn Knowles, R Leary, R Mackenzie, G Monteil, Q Mould, J Murgatroyd, C Neal, G Perry, R Reynolds, Damien Ronan, Julie Shoemark, R Simpson, N Sleaford, Greg Speed, David Starley, Oskar Sveinbjarnarson, A Teasdale, R Tomlin, Z Veres, D Williams, E Wright, Northern Archaeological Associates, 2021. https://doi.org/10.5284/1078331. How to cite using this DOI

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Cataractonium: Establishment, Consolidation and Retreat Volume 2
Cataractonium: Establishment, Consolidation and Retreat Volume 2

Ross, S. and Ross, C. (2021) Cataractonium: Establishment, Consolidation and Retreat. NAA Monograph Series 6. Barnard Castle: Northern Archaeological Associates.

Due to the scale and significance of the Roman evidence from the A1 scheme, the current work is presented as a two-volume monograph.

Volume 1: Chapters 1–8.
Chapter 1 introduces both volumes. It provides a background to the A1 scheme and the landscape through which it ran. Chapters 2–8 present the structural, stratigraphic and chronological evidence for the character and development of Roman and Early Anglo-Saxon settlement. Each chapter deals with a clearly defined time period, dictated by the evolution of Cataractonium, and includes contemporary evidence from Bainesse, Scurragh House, Scotch Corner and Low Street where appropriate.

Volume 2: Chapters 9–16.
Chapters 9–15 present the results of analysis of the artefactual and environmental evidence recovered from the relevant A1 scheme sites. Each chapter is structured by theme, which in many instances serves to group individual object types together for discussion. Chapter 16 synthesises the results presented throughout both volumes of the monograph and details comparative examples to support interpretations contained in Chapters 2–8. It discusses the changing character, function, role, economy and relationship of Cataractonium and Bainesse, in conjunction with the nature and relationship of the roadside settlements at Scurragh House, Scotch Corner and Low Street. The structure of Chapter 16 reflects the key theme, whilst addressing a range of research questions.

The archive held by ADS in support of the monograph includes appendices to the two volumes. Data and information pertaining to other named excavation sites is organised among the schemewide digital data produced by the A1 scheme archaeological works.

The finds and selected paper archive from the A1 Leeming to Barton motorway upgrade scheme are curated by the Yorkshire Museum, York Museums Trust, York. The accession number is YORYM : 2016.101.


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