Tag Archives: Roman-British

Roman Britain online

Reports focusing on Romano-British archaeology can be found online. See below for details: Roman Settlements Author: Pete Wilson Publisher: English Heritage Date: 2011 Introduction: This broad category covers all types of Roman-period civilian settlements from isolated farmsteads to the largest Roman cities, taking in civilian settlements associated with military establishments. The latter are broadly divided into two groups: canabae associated with

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National Roman Fabric Reference Collection now online

The National Roman Fabric Reference Collection: A Handbook is now live on the SGRP website: http://romanpotterystudy.org/nrfrc/base/index.php It has been a lengthy process, but hopefully it will be a valuable resource for a wide range of users. The website is essentially the published handbook, with Andy Chopping’s original fresh-break photos immeasurably enhanced as digital images, and a photomicrograph added for each

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Sussex Archaeology Symposium 2017

Sussex Archaeology Symposium 2017Saturday 25th March King’s Church, Lewes The 2017 Sussex Archaeology Symposium is a round up of some of the latest archaeological investigations across Sussex.  From a prehistoric enclosure and ancient tracks to a sunken WWI U-boat off the South Coast, via Roman settlements, villas and fields.  We’ll also be hearing about heritage crime in Sussex and looking

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Kent Archaeological Field School Courses: 2017

The Kent Archaeological Field School courses for 2017 are listed below. Please go to the KAFS website for more details (www.kafs.co.uk): Field-walking and test Pitting at a Roman building at Sittingbourne: May 27th to May 29th: Members free Non-members £25 Investigation of a Roman building at Abbey Barns in Faversham: August 1st to August 20th: Members free Non-members £10 a day Training week

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Roman and post-Roman shrines

A reports on shrine, both Roman and post-Roman, can be accessed online for free. See below for details: Shrines (Roman and Post-Roman) Authors: Kate Wilson and Pete Wilson Publisher:  English Heritage Date: 2011 Introduction: This publication covers Roman and post-Roman shrines, looking at the descriptions of Romano-Celtic temples, Classical temples, Basilican temples, Christian temples and other shrine forms. It briefly addresses chronology

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Richborough through the ages: conference

The School of Humanities Centre for Research in Kent History and Archaeology is pleased to announce a one day conference ‘Richborough through the Ages’, that will take place on Saturday 25 June 2016. The conference consists of four sessions, taking the history of Richborough from Roman and Anglo Saxon times through the Medieval period, the First World War and culminating

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New titles in the library

Listed below are our recent additions to the library: Journals ‘Nomina’ (Society for Name Studies in Britain and Ireland) vol.37 ‘Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland’ vol.144 ‘Transactions of the Leicestershire Archeological and Historical Society’ vol.89 ‘Derbyshire Archaeological Journal’ vol.135 ‘Proceedings of the Suffolk Institute of Archaeology & History’ vol.43 ‘Cornish archaeology’ vol.53 ‘Kent Family History Society Journal’ vol.15

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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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The Sussex Archaeology Symposium 2016

The Sussex Archaeology Symposium 2016:  Saturday 19th March 2016 Of interest to Archaeologists and Historians, the 2016 Symposium comprises a review of the most recent archaeological work in Sussex, covering a wide range of periods and including current projects using up-to-date technology. National Trust Archaeology on the South Downs, Tom Dommett (NT Regional Archaeologist) Coastguard Cottages at Crowlink, Jo Seaman

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