Durham Archaeological Journal 18

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Title:
Durham Archaeological Journal 18
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Series:
Durham Archaeological Journal
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Volume:
18
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Number of Pages:
120
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Publication Type:
Journal
Editor
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Editor:
David Petts
Sarah Semple
David Mason
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Year of Publication:
2009
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26 Aug 2010

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Reference record only Fiona Baker
James Wright
1 - 21
Describes the excavation in 1996 of a burial site overlooking the Upper Browney Valley in the western edge of the City of Durham which resulted from the discovery of a large cup and ring marked sandstone slab brought up by the plough in the previous year. It is suggested that the combination of cremation material, imputed inhumations, carved stones and artefact deposition with secure dating evidence shed fresh light on the burial ritual of the late Neolithic/Early Bronze Age.
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Reference record only John Pickin
12 - 13
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Reference record only Philip Clogg
13 - 14
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Reference record only Joy Langston
14 - 17
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Reference record only Anthony F Harding
17 - 18
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Reference record only David J Graham
23 - 37
Presents the main results of archaeological work conducted in advance of the construction of a link road between Bowburn and Byers Garth, County Durham. Focuses primarily on the excavation carried out on the site of a prehistoric enclosure. Also describes two other areas of archaeological significance of medieval and post-medieval date along the route of the link road.
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Reference record only Norman Emery
Joy Langston
39 - 65
Reports small-scale excavations carried out under the church floor and in the churchyard, preliminary to alterations. These uncovered post-medieval graves within the nave and sanctuary, the Bowes family burial vault and the Butler tomb (both eighteenth century), and evidence for earlier refurbishments of the church. The churchyard excavations revealed a medieval grave, and deposits containing human bone. PP-B
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Reference record only Jenny Vaughan
48 - 50
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Reference record only Richard J Brickstock
50 - 51
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Reference record only Lloyd Edwards
53
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Reference record only Clare Thomas
55
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Reference record only Joy Langston
55 - 57
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Reference record only Penelope Walton-Rogers
Jacqueline P Huntley
57
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Reference record only R C Janaway
57
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Reference record only Jennifer Jones
57
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Reference record only Dave Woodcock
57
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Reference record only Jacqueline P Huntley
57
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Reference record only Peter A Rowley-Conwy
Louisa J Gidney
58
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Reference record only Robin Daniels
67 - 98
Draws together the results of Time Team investigation in 1997 with subsequent work. These investigations demonstrated that the settlement was significantly larger than the visible earthworks and identified it as a planned settlement with a manorial enclosure. A building interpreted as a 'long house' was partially excavated while excavation on the 'village green' suggested an earlier phase of planned settlement.
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Reference record only Blaise E Vyner
82 - 85
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Reference record only Robin Daniels
85 - 90
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Reference record only Louisa J Gidney
90 - 95
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Reference record only Erik Matthews
99 - 106
Compares recent work on medieval bathing with the traditional view and examines the surviving structural evidence for a possible bathing suite at the castle. Also considers the context of the latter's construction in relation to what is known about the castle and its owners in the later medieval period.
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Reference record only Michael Andrew Johnson
107 - 114
Discusses the design of the arts and crafts building and attempts to evaluate St Andrew's place within architectural history. PP-B/Au
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Reference record only Andrew Breeze
115 - 117
Takes issue with Nick Hodgson's criticisms [Archaeologia Aeliana 34, 151-2] of the author's etymologies of the two names. PP-B
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