Archaeologia Aeliana Series 5

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Archaeologia Aeliana Series 5
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Archaeologia Aeliana
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3
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Journal
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Society of Antiquaries of Newcastle
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Year of Publication:
1975
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30 May 2019

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Download available from the ADS icon George Jobey
T G Newman
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NU 237171. A somewhat disturbed enclosed cremation cemetery was found to consist of a stone ring infilled with earth and brash containing one double cremation (14C-dated to 15th century bc) accompanied by a Collared Urn, three possible additional cremations and scraps of inhumed skull. The mound's resemblance to a Wessex Culture disc barrow proved only superficial. Whoever disturbed it about 1807 had left an arrangement of three horseshoes and a penny.
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Download available from the ADS icon Dorothy Charlesworth
17 - 42
Conflation of evidence from excavations old and new shows that a substantial courtyard house of Mediterranean type was planned, but built in two stages. It had heated accommodation, a plunge bath and latrine but no bath suite. The general layout was retained in the Severan rebuild, and the expected subdivision of the building during the attested occupation by Germanic troops is not seen in the archaeological record. Au(adp)
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Download available from the ADS icon Valerie A Maxfield
43 - 104
NZ 104554. Limited rescue excavation in the SE corner produced evidence for four timber phases and three of stone, possibly representing barracks, stores or workshops; the final building sheltered bronze-working. Pottery indicated two occupation phases Flavian to early Hadrianic, followed by abandonment and reoccupation in the mid-Antonine period, when the first stone buildings wcre erected and the defences remodelled. Pottery continues to late 4th-century. Appended reports treat coins, metalwork, glass, samian and coarse wares, and animal bones. Au(adp)
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Download available from the ADS icon Grace Simpson
105 - 115
[NZ 293657]. Traces the stages by which a structure first identified in 1877 and again in 1886 was eventually destroyed, without record, by a road-widening scheme in 1936. It has now erroneously passed into the literature as Milecastle 1. Work by Mac Lauchlan and by F G Simpson is summarised.
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Download available from the ADS icon Barbara Harbottle
117 - 120
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Download available from the ADS icon David R Howlett
121 - 130
The literary structure of the Latin poem is the main subject, on the basis of the number of lines AD 819 is suggested as the year of composition. Unlike Taylor (abstract 75/3105) the author regards the architectural description (as opposed to the vision) as referring to one church only, interpreting St Mary's aula as a mere adjunct, and proposes an identification with St Peter's, Bywell. DP
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Download available from the ADS icon Stuart MacDonald
131 - 141
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Download available from the ADS icon Margaret Ellison
143 - 193
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Download available from the ADS icon Jack Slade
Margeret Slade
195 - 203
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Download available from the ADS icon Christopher D Morris
205 - 211
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Download available from the ADS icon T G Newman
211 - 212
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Download available from the ADS icon Richard Wright
Stephen Hill
212 - 214
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Download available from the ADS icon George Jobey
215 - 217
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Download available from the ADS icon George Jobey
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Download available from the ADS icon Joan Weyman
219 - 221
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Download available from the ADS icon Norman Shiel
221 - 222
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Download available from the ADS icon Stephen Hill
Humphrey G Welfare
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Download available from the ADS icon John Philipson
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