Archaeologia Aeliana Series 5

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Archaeologia Aeliana Series 5
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Archaeologia Aeliana
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28
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Journal
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Society of Antiquaries of Newcastle
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Year of Publication:
2000
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30 May 2019

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Download available from the ADS icon Clive Waddington
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Further work on pottery recovered from domestic-type pits during evaluation trenching in 1992 has shown it to be Neolithic rather than Iron Age as previously thought. The pottery was Grimston Ware -- the earliest pottery tradition known in Britain -- and Late Neolithic Meldon Bridge Ware, and along with the pits and associated gully and postholes suggests this was an area of Neolithic settlement. Includes a referenced list of `Neolithic pottery sites in Northumberland'.
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Download available from the ADS icon Humphrey G Welfare
13 - 25
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Download available from the ADS icon Thomas R Hornshaw
27 - 36
Re-examines historical and archaeological evidence for the dating of various aspects of Hadrian's Wall.
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Download available from the ADS icon J Alan Biggins
David J A Taylor
J A E Robinson
37 - 46
Geophysical survey of the vicus and southern part of the fort located buildings to either side of the road leading south out of the fort, which were seen to overlie earlier field systems. Buildings were identified between Hadrian's Wall and the Vallum, as well as between the south of the fort and the Vallum, which were almost certainly of military use.
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Download available from the ADS icon Colm F O'Brien
47 - 49
Discusses the possibility of a sacred function for this rectangular building with an eastern annex, with reference to analogous structures at Yeavering and Cowdery's Down.
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Download available from the ADS icon Peter F Ryder
51 - 110
Presents a catalogue of c. 250 slabs in the Deaneries of Bellingham, Corbridge and Hexham, all measured and drawn by the author between 1984--1999. Two future papers will cover material from other deaneries, concluding with an analysis and discussion of the carvings.
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Download available from the ADS icon M Leyland
David Sherlock
111 - 135
Summarises an architectural and archaeological analysis of the eastern arm of the church, undertaken as part a wider condition survey and renovation undertaken during 1996--97. Includes a discussion of earlier conservation works.
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Download available from the ADS icon Arnold Aspinall
Fred Bettess
R McConnell
137 - 146
Describes the results of a multi-disciplinary investigation combining geophysical survey, architectural reconstruction, topographical survey and documentary search into the size and exact location of the church, which has all but disappeared. Two pieces of an Anglo-Saxon cross were discovered in 1789 on the hill where the church stood.
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Download available from the ADS icon Ben Dodds
147 - 161
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Download available from the ADS icon Caroline Paterson
163 - 175
Description and history of the octagonal, four storey structure, once an integral part of the northern mural defences of Berwick which date from the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries. The existing structure is sixteenth century, though the possibility remains that it was built on the foundations of a medieval tower. One of only a few remaining examples of this once numerous structure, its survival is thanks in part to its additional role as a navigational landmark.
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Download available from the ADS icon J Linda Drury
177 - 191
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Download available from the ADS icon Robin L Plackett
193 - 204
William Senior made estate maps for the Earl of Newcastle early in the seventeenth century. This article describes the contents of a representative selection relating to Northumberland, contrasting them with those of Robert Norton, drawn to complement Mayson's Survey. Senior's maps not only show topographical features but also name fields and areas, and locate individuals in the villages, sometimes identifying them by symbols from astronomy.
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205 - 213
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Download available from the ADS icon Brian Bennison
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Download available from the ADS icon Fiona Green
223 - 230
The practice of heating garden walls was first recorded in the early-eighteenth century, and was developed in order to provide warmer growing conditions for more tender plants. The need for urgent repairs on the `hot-walls' at Belsay caused English Heritage to commission this report on the structure of the walls and their significance in relation to the estate as a whole.
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Download available from the ADS icon Christopher Goulding
231 - 232
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Download available from the ADS icon Geoffrey Wilson
232 - 235
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Download available from the ADS icon Lindsay Allason-Jones
237 - 240
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Download available from the ADS icon S M Linsley
241 - 242
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Download available from the ADS icon Peter E Davis
242 - 243
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Download available from the ADS icon Roger W Fern
247 - 259
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