Category Archives: External resources

Romano-British pottery in the fifth century

Online publication ‘Internet Archaeology’ has released a themed issue on the topic of Romano-British pottery in the 5th century. Click here to access the issue. Introduction In 2012 the Centre for Interdisciplinary Artefacts Studies (part of the School of History, Classics and Archaeology) at Newcastle University hosted a day conference on ‘Roman Pottery in the Fifth Century AD’. At this

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Historic farmsteads of the South East

Reports covering farmsteads of South East England can be accessed online for free. See below for details: South East Farmsteads Character Statement Author: Lake, J. Publisher: English Heritage Date: 2014 Introduction: This working document presents a summary of the historic character, significance and issues for change for traditional farmsteads across the south east of England, followed by illustrated guidance which aims

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Surveys of the South East

Surveys covering South East England can be accessed online for free. See below for details: South East Rapid Coastal Zone Assessment Survey Phase 1: Desk Based Assessment Authors: Thorogood, S., Hamel, A., Lambert, V. and Bicket, A. Publisher: English Heritage Date: 2013 Introduction: The South East Rapid Coastal Zone Assessment Survey (SE RCZAS) is part of a wider programme of Rapid

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Thames Gateway reports

Reports on the Greater Thames Estuary can be accessed online for free. See below for details: The Greater Thames Estuary Historic Environment Research Framework Authors: Essex County Council, Historic Environment Branch Publisher: English Heritage Date: 2010 Introduction: The Greater Thames Estuary is an area with a rich historic environment resource; above and below ground, and above and below water. In 1999 the Greater

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Hoo Peninsula reports

Reports on the Hoo Peninsula can be accessed online for free. See below for details: The Hoo Peninsula Landscape Authors: S. Newsome, E. Carpenter and P. Kendall Publisher: Historic England Date: 2015 Introduction: Our landscape is continually changing. The Hoo Peninsula, which extends into the Thames Estuary from the north Kent coast, has a unique and varied character that reflects how

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NYPL Digital Collections

The Digital Public Library of America brings together the riches of America’s libraries, archives, and museums, and makes them freely available to the world. On January 6, 2016, The New York Public Library enhanced access to all public domain items in Digital Collections so that everyone has the freedom to enjoy and reuse these materials in almost limitless ways. “This site

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