Archaeologia Aeliana Series 5

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Archaeologia Aeliana Series 5
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Archaeologia Aeliana
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29
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Journal
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Society of Antiquaries of Newcastle
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Year of Publication:
2001
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30 May 2019

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Download available from the ADS icon David J Breeze
P R Hill
1 - 2
Discusses the evidence for the intended eastern terminus of Hadrian's Wall.
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Download available from the ADS icon P R Hill
3 - 18
This paper looks at the evidence for the spacing and location of milecastles and turrets from Wallsend to milecastle 9. A model is proposed to demonstrate how these structures can fit into a coherent scheme. This model indicates that the wall was originally designed to terminate on the river at Wallsend, although certain structures between milecastles 7 and 10 were not built until after the decision to narrow the wall. Includes an:
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Download available from the ADS icon Leslie W Hepple
19 - 30
Records the life and archaeological collections of Forster (1732--1807). Includes an:
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Download available from the ADS icon Andrew Breeze
31 - 2
Largely historical. Discusses the meaning of the place-name Maelmin, which was mentioned as the site of a royal residence by Bede, and located using aerial photography to the east of the village of Milfield, Northumberland. Suggests that Maelmin can be understood as meaning `decayed (river-) bank, marshy edge'.
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Download available from the ADS icon Alan Williams
Eric Cambridge
Timothy Gates
33 - 94
Sets out the results of recent excavation, survey and research at three medieval religious sites on the outskirts of Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland: 21 Castle Terrace; Cheviot House; and near to West Hope Farm. The implications of these sites for the medieval ecclesiastical provision of the area is discussed and a hypothetical model of the settlement dynamics which may have been generated them is proposed. Includes separately authored reports on:
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Download available from the ADS icon Laurence Truman
95 - 221
Reports excavations on an area of land that was reclaimed during the late-twelfth and early-thirteenth-centuries. Initial occupation on this reclaimed land took the form of a timber building, standing on the north side of a east--west street which may have delineated the Tyne waterfront at this time. Much of this building has been lost to later activity but the remains of a metalworking hearth and associated deposits were found. The timber building was replaced in stone and for a while the riverside wall continued in use; however, by the end of the thirteenth century it had been sealed beneath substantial deposits of ashy waste material from nearby metalworking. The walls of this structure were built in short lengths between substantial timber posts which supported a timber superstructure. Includes separately authored reports on:
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223 - 234
Mostly historical. Features discussion on the construction of the Dunstanburgh Castle.
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Download available from the ADS icon Barbara Harbottle
Margaret Ellison
235 - 252
A small excavation failed to locate either the supposed fourth tower of the castle or the north corner of the courtyard. It did, however, uncover part of a building on the inside of, and pre-dating, the former north curtain wall. The final use of this part of the site is suggested to have been industrial perhaps associated with smithing. Includes separately authored reports on:
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253 - 255
Identifies the location of the royal camp during the siege of Berwick, Northumberland, in AD1333, and in the process adds to knowledge of siege towns in the fourteenth century.
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Download available from the ADS icon R W Rennison
269 - 291
Mostly historical. Reports on major floods in AD 1771, which led to the destruction (and subsequent rebuilding) of many of the area's bridges. Documents the architecture of some of the bridges. Includes an:
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Summarises the methodology and results of the recent conservation of the Plan of Newcastle, a map produced in 1723 which depicts the layout of the town and features twenty-six images of important buildings within its margin.
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293 - 297
Summarises the methodology and results of the recent conservation of the Plan of Newcastle, a map produced in 1723 which depicts the layout of the town and features twenty-six images of important buildings within its margin.
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299 - 301
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301 - 302
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302 - 303
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303 - 304
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Download available from the ADS icon Graham Keevil
304 - 306
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Download available from the ADS icon Roger W Fern
307 - 322
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