Archaeologia Aeliana Series 5

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Archaeologia Aeliana Series 5
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Archaeologia Aeliana
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Volume:
37
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Journal
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Society of Antiquaries of Newcastle
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Year of Publication:
2008
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30 May 2019

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Download available from the ADS icon Trevor Pearson
Stewart Ainsworth
Alastair Oswald
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Draws on analytical field surveys, and aerial photography and reconnaissance of hillforts within the Northumberland National Park. It is suggested that these new field surveys demonstrate that the analysis of ephemeral earthworks can lead to fundamental advances in the understanding of individual sites. Further rapid field observations of other hillforts, on both sides of the border, confirm that some of the observations may have wider validity. Suggests that the most important conclusions are: that evidence for multiple phases of construction can often be detected through field survey; and that many sites underwent profound changes when they were re-occupied, apparently after a lengthy hiatus in the Late Iron Age or Roman Iron Age. In addition both the field and aerial surveys have identified many previously unrecorded remains in the environs of the hillforts.
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Download available from the ADS icon Nick Hodgson
47 - 92
Reviews the structural sequence at Corbridge in the second half of the second century, seeking to date and explore the possible historical contexts for the changes that occurred as the site was transformed from a conventional fort to a civil town housing a base for legionary detachments. An attempt is made to resolve the controversies that have surrounded the purpose of the ambitious courtyard building known as site xi and the character and date of the the so-called 'Corbridge destruction deposit'. Also considers the character, function and duration of the legionary-detachment bases that existed at Corbridge from the 160s through to the third century.
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Download available from the ADS icon David J Breeze
Brenda Heywood
93 - 126
Report on excavations of original causeways lying beneath the visible secondary causeways over the Vallum ditch south of Stanley Plantation, Limestone Corner and Cawfields. Suggests that the results disprove the theory that travellers passed along the south berm. PP-B
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Download available from the ADS icon Brian K Roberts
127 - 159
Discussion of the region between the Tyne and the Wear at the time of Bede, drawing mainly on documentary sources. PP-B
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Download available from the ADS icon M L Holford
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Download available from the ADS icon Hilary L Turner
183 - 196
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Download available from the ADS icon Adrian G Osler
197 - 219
Discusses the boat, which has been on display for nearly 130 years, from the perspective of its being the oldest surviving workboat on England's north east coast. PP-B
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Bill Fawcett
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Download available from the ADS icon David J Breeze
237 - 238
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Download available from the ADS icon Maureen M Meikle
238
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Download available from the ADS icon Grace McCombie
Richard N Bailey
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Download available from the ADS icon Roger W Fern
245 - 258
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