Contact, Concord and Conquest: Britons and Romans at Scotch Corner

C Antink, Kamal Badreshany, J Baines, A Beeby, M Bishop, Richard Brickstock, C Britton, Catherine Chisman, H. E. M. Cool, Alexandra Croom, Andy Crowson, J Cruse, Rachel Cubitt, Chris Cumberpatch, Andrew Durkin, David W Fell, Elizabeth Foulds, L Gardiner, David Griffiths, D Hamiliton, K Hartley, Colin Haselgrove, Mark Hoyle, Dawn Knowles, M Landon, Ruth Leary, R Mackenzie, Gwladys Monteil, J Morley-Stone, M Ponting, Damien Ronan, Hannah Russ, Julie Shoemark, David Starley, R Simpson, Oskar Sveinbjarnarson, R Tomlin, D Williams, E Wright, Northern Archaeological Associates, 2020

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C Antink, Kamal Badreshany, J Baines, A Beeby, M Bishop, Richard Brickstock, C Britton, Catherine Chisman, H. E. M. Cool, Alexandra Croom, Andy Crowson, J Cruse, Rachel Cubitt, Chris Cumberpatch, Andrew Durkin, David W Fell, Elizabeth Foulds, L Gardiner, David Griffiths, D Hamiliton, K Hartley, Colin Haselgrove, Mark Hoyle, Dawn Knowles, M Landon, Ruth Leary, R Mackenzie, Gwladys Monteil, J Morley-Stone, M Ponting, Damien Ronan, Hannah Russ, Julie Shoemark, David Starley, R Simpson, Oskar Sveinbjarnarson, R Tomlin, D Williams, E Wright, Northern Archaeological Associates (2020) Contact, Concord and Conquest: Britons and Romans at Scotch Corner [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1078330

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Fell, D. W. (2020) Contact, Concord and Conquest: Britons and Romans at Scotch Corner. NAA Monograph Series 5. Barnard Castle: Northern Archaeological Associates.

This volume examines the character of native society, settlement, and economic activity at Scotch Corner and its environs once first contact with Rome occurred around the beginning of the 1st millennium. It presents evidence for a period of relative peace and unprecedented prosperity during the early to mid-1st century AD as native elites centred at nearby Stanwick negotiated political concord with the potential invader. Finally, it describes the evidence for Roman conquest at Scotch Corner, with far-reaching implications for how the process of invasion is understood in the environs and wider region.

The archive held by ADS in support of the monograph includes appendices to the volume, a masterplan of the Scotch Corner excavations and geophysics interpretations and excavation catalogues as spreadsheets. Data and information pertaining to other named excavation sites is organised amongst the scheme-wide 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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