Archaeologia Aeliana Series 5

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Archaeologia Aeliana Series 5
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Archaeologia Aeliana
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22
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Journal
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Society of Antiquaries of Newcastle
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1994
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30 May 2019

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Download available from the ADS icon C Thomson
David Heslop
Grace McCombie
1 - 27
Details two houses, now amalgamated to form EH's Historic Properties Office and exhibition rooms. Their original fabric and documentary details of development and ownership are included.
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Download available from the ADS icon Jason Monaghan
29 - 41
Reports a site uncovered during pipe-laying work and comprising an apparently heptagonal slot with a south west facing entrance and timber porch structure enclosing an inner ring of seven posts.
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Download available from the ADS icon Margaret E Snape
43 - 66
Several areas of use were revealed in a small area containing both cremations and inhumations. No unburnt bone survived because of the acidity of the soil, but gravegoods were found. There are separately authored reports on: `Pottery' by P T Bidwell (51--3); `Small finds' by A T Croom (53--63) including copper alloy, iron, and bone bracelets, copper alloy and iron rings, glass beads, jet objects, iron coffin fittings, copper alloy brooches, hobnails, a shale bracelet, millstone, and fragments of glass; and `Human remains' by J Langston (63).
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Download available from the ADS icon Alan M Whitworth
67 - 77
Outlines the scheduling and guardianship of the Wall and describes the recording programme recently undertaken in aid of the better management and understanding of those parts of the Wall for which the State is directly responsible. There follows `Appendix 1' (75) details portions of Hadrian's Wall in the guardianship of the Secretary of State for National Heritage and `Appendix 2' (76--7) records the Hadrian's Wall drawing archive up to December 1993.
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79 - 84
Reports a fragment of Roman moulded sandstone apparently re-carved in the Late AS period.
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Jenny Vaughan
Richard Fraser
85 - 152
Reports the excavation of a section of the medieval town wall and the Riverside Tower south of the Close Gate, to identify the precise location and investigate the relationship between their construction and the development of the medieval waterfront on The Close. Specialist reports cover pottery (medieval--post-medieval), clay pipes, glass (vessel and window), coins, copper alloy artefacts, lead, iron objects, shale, amber, leather, bone objects, building materials, masons' marks, and graffiti. There are also reports on: `Plant remains' by J P Huntley (134--44); `Soils' by Robert S Shiel (144--5); and `Petrology' by Tim Pettigrew (145).
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Download available from the ADS icon Laurence Truman
David Heslop
Jenny Vaughan
153
Reports the excavation of a section of the medieval town wall and the Riverside Tower south of the Close Gate, to identify the precise location and investigate the relationship between their construction and the development of the medieval waterfront on The Close. Specialist reports cover pottery (medieval--post-medieval), clay pipes, glass (vessel and window), coins, copper alloy artefacts, lead, iron objects, shale, amber, leather, bone objects, building materials, masons' marks, and graffiti. There are also reports on: `Plant remains' by J P Huntley (134--44); `Soils' by Robert S Shiel (144--5); and `Petrology' by Tim Pettigrew (145).
Abstract icon
Download available from the ADS icon Peter F Ryder
185 - 217
A full architectural description of the buildings (the Moot Hall and the Old Gaol) including an outline of their structural history (use, repair, and alterations), along with a summary of the other buildings within the area of the former `Archbishop's Precinct'.
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Download available from the ADS icon Glyn Goodrick
Colm F O'Brien
Alan Williams
219
Second stage of investigations concerning the infrastructure of the extra-mural riverside area (see also 94/561). The principal aims of these 1992 excavations were to test for an episode of occupation before previously noted sand-dumping, and to see where the dumping ceased and buildings were constructed. Pottery, clay pipes, building materials, metalwork and stone were recovered.
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Download available from the ADS icon S M Linsley
235 - 253
A brief overview of fords and ferries followed by details of bridges. Includes an appendix detailing the Trevelyan Papers (251--2).
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Download available from the ADS icon John C Day
255 - 262
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Presents two notes on: `A stone head from Walker' by Lindsay Allason-Jones (263--5), a `Celtic head' found in 1936 and thought to represent a link between the second-century AD cult of the head and the building of Hadrian's Wall; and `Jet and other materials in Roman artefact studies' by L Allason-Jones & D M Jones (265--72), detailing similar materials including cannel coal, detrital coal, and shales.
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Download available from the ADS icon Lindsay Allason-Jones
263 - 265
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Download available from the ADS icon Lindsay Allason-Jones
David M Jones
265 - 272
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Download available from the ADS icon Jason Monaghan
273 - 274
Details fragments of pottery from a single funerary vessel. The complete object is thought to have resembled an enlarged food vessel in profile. Parallels are drawn with similar examples in northern England and Scotland.
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Download available from the ADS icon Ian D Caruana
274 - 276
Suggests that the stone from Old Carlisle sold to J Clayton of Chesters in 1870 and recently presumed missing, is in Chesters Museum after all, having been erroneously attributed to Kirkby Thore somewhere along the line.
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277 - 278
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Download available from the ADS icon John Philipson
279 - 280
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Download available from the ADS icon W B Griffiths
281 - 282
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Download available from the ADS icon S M Linsley
283 - 284
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