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Archaeology after the Blitz, 1946-68 - Archaeological Report, English Heritage).
Excavations at Medieval Cripplegate, London. Archaeology after the Blitz, 1946-68 - Archaeological Report, English Heritage).
Gustav Milne is a British Archaeologist, writer and TV contributor who is the current project lead for Coastal and Intertidal Zone Archaeological Network (CITiZAN) and Honorary Senior Lecturer at the UCL Institute of Archaeology.
Excavations at Medieval Cripplegate: Archaeology After the Blitz.
Published December 31st 2002 by English Heritage (first published January 1st 1998). Excavations at Medieval Cripplegate: Archaeology After the Blitz. 1850747717 (ISBN13: 9781850747710).
Swindon: English Heritage Archaeological Reports, 2001. 35. Excavations at Medieval Cripplegate, London. Archaeology after the Blitz, 1946–68. By Gustav Milne with Nathalie Cohen, with contributions by Tony Dyson, Jacqueline Pearce and Mike Webber. Pp xiv plus 153, 150 ills. Swindon: English Heritage Archaeological Reports, 2001.
Publisher: English Heritage. Excavations between 1946 and 1968 by Professor W F Grimes for the Roman and Medieval London Excavation Council were carried out on 25 bomb-damaged sites, and were preliminarily reported by him in 1968. Print ISBN: 9781850747710, 1850747717. eText ISBN: 9781848021471, 184802147X. As part of a major post-excavation programme funded by English Heritage from 1992 to 1997, the archived material from these excavations are being fully published in a series of five volumes, of which this book is one. This report analyses the material afresh and re-appraises Grimes' work.
Roman Cripplegate, London : Archaeology After the Blitz Excavations 1946-68. It is a companion volume to the English Heritage post-excavation reports of archived materials from post-war excavations in London. Format Paperback 153 pages. Archaeological Report, English Heritage. By (author) Gustav Milne. Recommend this journal.
Gustav Milne15 జనవరి, 2013. ోరిక జాబితాకు జోడించు. The Cripplegate area of London was the site of a Roman fort and later of medieval structures and artefacts.
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Steven Brindle is a Senior Properties Historian at English Heritage and joint author of the English Heritage Red Guide to Conisbrough Castle. The keep or great tower of Conisbrough Castle, seen from the south. 12. JAA Goodall, The English Castle (London and New Haven, 2011), 149–51. 26. PG Johnson and C Ambrey, 'Conisbrough Castle, South Yorkshire: analytical earthwork survey report', Northern Archaeological Associates unpublished report for English Heritage (2009), 28. 2. heffield Telegraph (13 Jan 1964), press cuttings, Doncaster Library.