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Mason ‘Excavations at Chester: 26-42 Lower Bridge Street 1974-6: the Dark Age and Saxon Periods’ Grosvenor Museum Archaeological Excavation and Survey Reports 3 (Chester 1985). G. Milne ‘Timber building techniques in London . 00-1400’ London Middlesex Archaeol Soc Spec Paper 15 (1992). D. O’Sullivan and R. Young Lindisfarne: Holy Island (London 1995).
Excavations at Chester, 26–42 Lower Bridge Street 1974–6: the Dark Age and Saxon periods. Dialect in the Viking–Age Scandinavian diaspora: the evidence of medieval minor place–names. Unpublished PhD thesis). Nottingham University. Archaeol Serv Excav Surv Rep 3). Chester: Chester City Council.
26-42 L0wer Bridge Street, 1974-6, the Dark Age and Saxon Periods, Chester, 61. Grosvenor Museum Archaeological Excavation Reports 3. ‘Trade between England and Scandinavia and the Continent’, in . . ‘Trade between England and Scandinavia and the Continent’, in K. Düwel et a. Untersuchungen zu Handel und Verkehr der vor- und frühgeschichtlicen Zeit in Mittel- und Nordeuropa. A suitable case for treatment.
Excavations at Chester, 26-42 Lower Bridge Street: the Dark Age and Saxon periods by D J P Mason, 1985. Excavations at Chester. The western and southern Roman extramural settlements: A Roman community on the edge of the world. Planned development of cellared buildings to the south of the former Roman fortress in the tenth century. Reconstruction of the buildings and discussion of the burghal defences.
Excavations at Chester 26-42 Lower Bridge Street 1974-6 : the Dark Age and Saxon periods. Equity in Contracting for Women Act of 2000 report (to accompany . pdf. 5e02/Excavations at Chester 26-42 Lower Bridge Street 1974-6 the Dark Age and Saxon periods. 0986/Equity in Contracting for Women Act of 2000 report (to accompany H.
39. 43 Including three from North Wales (Llanrhyd-dlad, Anglesey: RCAM(W), Anglesey (1937), 109, pl. 57 ; Llangwstenin, Caerns.
32 Wilson, D. ‘The silver brooch’, in Mason, D. J. Excavations at Chester, 26-42 Lower Bridge Street 1974-6: the Dark Age and Saxon Periods (Chester, 1985), 61, fig. 26, pl. 9,1-2. 39.
PDF This paper reports on preliminary archaeological investigations carried out at.Despite the multiplicity of excavations at. Ile-Ife (both planned and unplanned), none has yet.
Due to the extensive urban build-up in Ife, the survey focused on the campus of the Obafemi Awolowo University, where there are extensive areas without buildings.
Thomas, C (1981) A Provisional List of Imported Pottery in post-Roman Western Britain and Ireland.
Later Anglo-Saxon period cemeteries have been found with graves dating from the 9th . 2013) ^ "Excavation of Anglo Saxon Cemetery at Wasperton". Aridadne Digital Resources. Retrieved 17 December 2019.
Later Anglo-Saxon period cemeteries have been found with graves dating from the 9th to the 11th century. Burials include both inhumation and cremation. Inhumation burials before the late seventh century when pagan funerary rituals were the norm, often consisted of rectangular graves, with coffins or were lined with stones. Anglo-Saxon Graves and Grave Goods of the 6th and 7th Centuries AD: A Chronological Framework (Society for Medieval Archaeology Monographs). "Excavation of Anglo Saxon Cemetery at Wasperton".
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