Archaeologia Aeliana Series 5

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Archaeologia Aeliana Series 5
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Archaeologia Aeliana
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Volume:
26
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Journal
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Society of Antiquaries of Newcastle
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Year of Publication:
1998
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30 May 2019

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Download available from the ADS icon Clive Waddington
J Godfrey
J S Bell
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A detailed topographic survey and characterisation of the monument produced in light of recent tree clearance. What was originally defined as a long cairn is now seen to be a chambered cairn probably of Neolithic date with later modifications including the addition of two cists in the Early Bronze Age. Associated structures include cup and ring marked stone outcrops and at least one round cairn.
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Download available from the ADS icon Julian Bennett
17 - 37
Reports on work carried out in the early nineteen nineties to determine the width and substance of the curtain wall, building chronology, the purpose and function of the vallum and the nature of immediate pre-Roman activity in the area.
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39 - 47
Considers that the Reihentyp bath-house known as Site 17 which was originally excavated in 1909 was attached to the secondary cohort sized castra.
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Download available from the ADS icon John Poulter
49 - 56
Examines evidence which may suggest that the metalled road between Carlisle and Corbridge was constructed under Trajan and not Agricola. The conclusion is drawn that there was probably some delay between the laying out of Roman lines of communication and the construction of metalled roads.
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57 - 58
Argues that instead of being derived from Old English geosan, to gush, the river gets its name from the Celtic ias, boiling or even iesin, fair or radiant.
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Download available from the ADS icon Steve Speak
59 - 85
Reveals evidence for medieval occupation in the area in the form of ditches, gullies at least three buildings, and a great deal of pottery. Also records a boundary complex which may be the original enclosure surrounding the Saxon monastery, the vallum monasterium. Appendix I concerns `The pottery' by Susan Mills (79--81), which is dateable to the later medieval period. Appendix II details `The small finds' which all appear to be medieval or post-medieval, and is by Alexandra Croom (81--3). Appendix III is `A guide to the pottery series' and lists material by period from the post-Roman period to the sixteenth century.
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87 - 104
A life of a professional soldier along with copies of his will and inquisition post mortem which throw much light on the period following the Dissolution.
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Download available from the ADS icon Margaret Wills
105 - 114
Suggests that the Green House in the gardens on the estate is the work of the Northumberland-born architect who had connections with the Bowes Family for many years prior to the building's construction between 1772 and 1774.
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Download available from the ADS icon Nicholas Hodgson
W B Griffiths
Roger Oram
115 - 160
Work revealing the obliteration of the ditch attached to Hadrian's Wall, by colliery workings. The report is mainly concerned with the shaft sunk to the west of the Roman fort shortly after 1780 until its abandonment sometime between 1847 and 1858. The remains are interpreted in the context of developments in mining technology. There are separate sections on: `The small finds' by A T Croom (153--4);`The animal bones' by L J Gidney (156--7 & 159); and `The clay pipes' by S Speak (158 & 159).
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Download available from the ADS icon Paul T Bidwell
161 - 163
Discusses documentation for the history of the artefact which now resides in Cheltenham Art Gallery, and particularly notes that it contained two human skeletons when it was originally excavated.
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Download available from the ADS icon J G Pollard
165 - 166
Considers the story that this polished, adze-like implement was found next to a human skeleton although it was never proved. Other origins are discussed including the possibility that it may have come from the Pacific and is a relatively recent import.
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Download available from the ADS icon Nicholas Hodgson
167 - 170
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167 - 170
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Download available from the ADS icon Roger W Fern
Frank W D Manders
173 - 183
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