Archaeologia Aeliana Series 4

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Archaeologia Aeliana Series 4
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Archaeologia Aeliana
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45
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Journal
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Society of Antiquaries of Newcastle
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1967
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30 May 2019

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Download available from the ADS icon Dorothy Charlesworth
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Trial trenches in the proposed car-park site north of the Vallum revealed portions of two buildings, one perhaps a funerary monument, in the W sector. The vallum was reduced when the fort was built, but further work will establish the relationship between fort ditches, gateway and vallum. The samian collection is particularly interesting in its many parallels not only with material from the Period Ib re-occupation of Hadrian's Wall, but also with pottery from Pennine and other hinterland forts. Conversely, the scarcity of Scottish parallels indicates that for much of the Late Antonine period, after c AD 160, Carrawburgh was held and the Antonine Wall was not.
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Download available from the ADS icon David Bourne
17 - 26
A survey undertaken during low-water conditions of the river permitted the planning of the bridge and revealed several errors in the survey of 1906. The method of survey in water up to 3ft 6in deep is described. The clearest remaining features are the S abutment and the first two piers, but remains of other piers suggest a figure of 43-5ft for the distance between centres. A plan of the entire length of the bridge shows the known remains together with those conjectured. The position of the N abutment is still unknown.
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NZ 374695. The excavation yielded evidence for early timber buildings consistent with both Iron Age and RB native settlement. There were also later timber buildings, one of them, with a semi-circular west end, being earlier than the Norman church and conceivably designed for some religious purpose. Others, rectangular in shape, were again of somewhat uncertain context and function but were almost certainly earlier than the Norman foundations. Post-conquest monastic buildings included a sacristy, probably of 14th cent, a priest's house and a byre. Finally, there were some post-Suppression buildings, one of them associated with later military occupation of the site. There is a note on the Tudor fortifications at the so-called Spanish Battery, and, in connection with a newly-found sculptured stone from the site, a reconsideration by Miss Cramp of the pre-Conquest stones already recorded from Tynemouth. Au
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Download available from the ADS icon Barbara Harbottle
123 - 138
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A F Pallister
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149 - 160
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