M. Bennett, ed., (2004). Lincolnshire Hist Archaeol 38. Lincoln: Society for Lincolnshire History & Archaeology.

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Lincolnshire Hist Archaeol 38
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Lincolnshire History & Archaeology
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38
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Mark Bennett
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Society for Lincolnshire History & Archaeology
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2004
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0 903582 23 6
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Date Of Issue From: 2003
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The British & Irish Archaeological Bibliography (BIAB)
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URL: http://www.lincolnshirepast.org.uk/
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11 Apr 2006
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Abstract
Gary Taylor
5 - 33
Report on the excavation and geophysical survey between 1992 and 1994 of a site south of the church in Baston village. The post-holes of a Saxo-Norman timber structure and an iron smithy were identified, and material from the ninth to mid-twelfth century was recovered, including pottery and animal bones. Medieval deposits from the mid-twelfth to mid-fourteenth centuries included stone walls, hearths and ovens, and grain pits, and material recovered included iron industrial residues, pottery, tiles, and animal and fish bones. The nature of the settlements and the significance of the various finds are discussed in detail. Specialist reports include
Barbara Precious
J O'Neill
Janine Young
21 - 24
Jane Cowgill
24 - 26
Richard L Kemp
24
S Haynes
Michael Ashton
27 - 31
Keith M Dobney
31 - 32
34 - 41
Brief, separately authored reports of various recent archaeological investigations in Lincolnshire, including
Stewart Squires
34 - 36
amendments to an article in Lincolnshire Hist Archaeol 34 (1999), pages 46--58, following the discovery of new documentary evidence
John T Turner
36 - 37
report on a visit to the surface-to-air missile site in 2002, while it was in process of being dismantled
Ken Redmore
Catherine M Wilson
37 - 41
report on the survey and recording of an example of a smallholding built to resettle ex-soldiers following the First World War
Arthur Owen
Richard Coates
42 - 44
The authors discuss the place-name Tric, which is referred to in the Domesday Book for Lincolnshire and appears to be equivalent in location to the present-day Skegness. Following on an examination of Dutch place-names incorporating the component tric by Owen, and a previously published hypothesis by Coates, the authors propose that the name may have been derived from the Brittonic form of the Latin traiectus meaning a crossing-point or ferry.
Neil Wright
45 - 62
Article on the engineering firm of Tuxford and Sons, which produced steam engines and other machines for the farming industry during the middle years of the nineteenth century, it founder having diversified into this from milling and baking. The former premises and their development are discussed. Includes
61
list of Tuxford products surviving in 2004
63 - 83
Short, separately authored summaries of archaeological fieldwork undertaken in Lincolnshire in 2002--3, arranged alphabetically by town or parish and including grid references; with a separate summary list of archaeological work yielding entirely or substantially negative results, and longer contributions on
T W Bee
81 - 82
Dawn M Hadley
82 - 83
Adam Daubney
84 - 86
Notes on various finds from Lincolnshire reported under the Portable Antiquities Scheme, including
84 - 85
statuette of a Romano-Celtic fertility god
85
report of a significant assemblage of Roman artefacts including a figurine of Mars, a razor handle in the form of a griffin's head and votive items
85 - 86
a post-medieval glass witch-bottle containing a number of objects, and probably dating to after 1820