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Meols: The Archaeology of the North Wirral Coast

Type: Fieldwork archives Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

The aim of the project was to catalogue all the finds known to have been recovered from the North Wirral shore in the Meols area, to interpret these in the light of modern scholarship and to publish the results. The majority of the finds were recovered during the 19th century from the erod...

Wearmouth and Jarrow Monastic sites. Volume 2 Appendix C

Type: Fieldwork archives Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

The twin monastery of Wearmouth and Jarrow achieved European importance in the period between its foundation in the late 7th century and destruction in the mid-9th century. Thius is mainly because of the fame of its most renowned inmate, the theologian and historian, Bede. The excavated...

Historic Seascape Characterisation: Bristol Channel and Severn Estuary

Type: Fieldwork archives Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

A project funded by English Heritage to apply Historic Seascape Characterisation to the Bristol Channel and Severn Estuary. The dataset comprises the project report which is in three sections: Section 1 Implementing the Method; Section 2 Application Review and Case Studies; and Section 3 C...

Stricklands, Chapel Road, Southampton (OASIS ID wessexar1-92058)

Type: Fieldwork archives Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

The fieldwork comprised of an archaeological excavation of the footprint of the proposed building. A total of four archaeological features were identified within the Site. These comprised two ditches and two inter-cutting pits. Two Saxon rubbish pits contained material associated with the...

CHURCH OF SAINT MARY

Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

A church founded in the Late Saxon period but largely rebuilt in the post conquest period. In the early 990s, Aethelred II founded (or possibly refounded) a regular monastery at Cholsey. Cholsey had no abbots recorded after the 1010s, and seems to have reverted to being a secular minster....

Hilton of Cadboll

Type: Fieldwork archives Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

The Hilton of Cadboll Pictish cross-slab is thought to have been erected at the Chapel site in the late 8th century AD and, after breaking its tenon, to have been re-erected here in the 12th century. It is thought to have fallen in a storm and one side was defaced and re-carved with a memo...

Oxfordshire Aggregates and Archaeology Assessment

Type: Fieldwork archives Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

This project quantified and reviewed the archaeological potential of the aggregate areas in Oxfordshire in order to provide an assessment of the threat to the archaeological resource from future aggregate extraction. This enabled discussion of suitable management and mitigation strategies,...

CHURCH OF ST JOHN THE BAPTIST

Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

Parish church. Perpendicular, extensively restored. There is a 14th century window in the vestry and the south aisle is 15th-16th century. The present tower is modern but the earlier one was apparently 13th century. Two axe- dressed stones near the tower indicate the possibility of an earl...

The Deanery, Chapel Road, Southampton (OASIS ID wessexar1-97044)

Type: Fieldwork archives Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

Wessex Archaeology was commissioned to carry out archaeological field work on land at The Deanery, Chapel Road, Southampton (NGR 442700 111550). The Site is located within the known extent of the nationally important Mid-Saxon settlement of Hamwic. Excavation was undertaken between August...

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Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

Church. 12th-15th century and 17th century. Sandstone rubble, Westmorland slate roofs. West tower, nave with aisles and south porch, chancel with north aisle containing chapel and vestry. A fragment of 9th-10th century cross-shaft is built into the east wall of the chancel, and a fragment...