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late Neolithic, Saxon, and medieval site at Middle Harling, Norfolk

by Andrew Rogerson

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Published by British Museum, Field Archaeology Division, Norfolk Museums Service in London, Dereham, Norfolk .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Middle Harling (England),
  • Norfolk (England),
  • England,
  • Middle Harling.
    • Subjects:
    • Excavations (Archaeology) -- England -- Middle Harling.,
    • Neolithic period -- England -- Middle Harling.,
    • Anglo-Saxons -- England -- Middle Harling.,
    • Archaeology, Medieval.,
    • Middle Harling (England) -- Antiquities.,
    • Norfolk (England) -- Antiquities.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Andrew Rogerson ; with contributions by Marion Archibald ... [et al.] ; illustrations by Steven Ashley and photographs by David Wicks.
      SeriesEast Anglian archaeology ;, rept. no. 74
      ContributionsArchibald, Marion.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDA670.E13 E13 no. 74, DA690.M59 E13 no. 74
      The Physical Object
      Paginationviii, 100 p. :
      Number of Pages100
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL544133M
      ISBN 100905594177
      LC Control Number96124074

      Rogerson, Andrew () 'A Late Neolithic, Saxon and Medieval Site at Middle Harling, Norfolk'. (Available online) East Anglian Archaeology: No pp, ; fig [Rogerson ] Margeson, Sue () The Vikings in Norfolk. p [Margeson ] ^. 2. Breaking ground: an overview of pits and pit-digging in Neolithic Ireland (Jessica Smythe) 3. Sounds from the underground: Neolithic ritual pits and pit-clusters on the Isle of Man and beyond (Timothy Darvill) 4. Deposition on a late Neolithic settlement site at Green, Isle of Eday, Orkney (Diana Coles) 5.

      A passion for pork: meat consumption at the British late Neolithic site of Durrington Walls, in Miracle & Milner (ed.). Ambros, C. The mammal bones, in P. Wade-Martins, Fieldwork and excavation on village sites in Launditch Hundred, Norfolk, East Anglian Archaeology – 9. The earliest comprehensive record of the plan area is in the Little Domesday Book that covers Norfolk, Suffolk and Essex and records the situation in c which dates to the Late Neolithic or the Early Bronze Age. The sites of two ring ditches, as well as Middle Saxon coins and Late Saxon pottery have been found in the parish.

      Late Neolithic, Beaker, and Early Bronze Age (c BCE) [ cm (48")] Middle Bronze Age ( BCE) In The World Book Encyclopedia. Chicago: World Book, Inc, Crabtree, Pamela. "The Archaeozoology of the Anglo-Saxon Site and West Stow, Suffolk." In Archaeological Approaches to Medieval Europe, ed. Kathleen. Biddick. Kalamazoo, MI. Prehistoric sites in Norfolk, part of the Norfolk Heritage Guide from This page lists Bloodgate Hill Hillfort - Grimes Graves.


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Late Neolithic, Saxon, and medieval site at Middle Harling, Norfolk by Andrew Rogerson Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. A late Neolithic, Saxon, and medieval site at Middle Harling, Norfolk. [Andrew Rogerson; Marion Archibald]. A Late Neolithic, Saxon and Medieval Site at Middle Harling, Norfolk, by Andrew Rogerson Anglo-Saxon Medieval Prehistory ISBN 0 17 7, pp, 81fig, 14pls, £ EAA A Late Neolithic, Saxon and Medieval Site at Middle Harling, Norfolk (East Anglian Archaeology Monograph, Band 74) | Rogerson, Andrew | ISBN: | Late Neolithic Versand für alle Bücher mit Versand und Verkauf duch : Andrew Rogerson.

A Late Neolithic, Saxon and Medieval Site at Middle Harling, Norfolk, East Anglian Archaeology London & Dereham: British Museum & Norfolk Museums Service. ISBN Saxon 7. External links. Beonna 7 at Prosopography of Anglo-Saxon England; see also Beonna 6; Search result for 'Beonna' in the British Museum's collection essor: Ælfwald.

'A Late Neolithic, Saxon and Medieval Site at Middle Harling, Norfolk' East Anglian Archaeology Reports 74 (The British Museum, London and Norfolk Museums Service, Dereham) Rye, J., A Popular Guide to Norfolk Place-names (Dereham, The Larks Press).

Middle Harling: Site occupied from the late Saxon to medieval period with documentary evidence of occupation until the 17th century. Middleton Probable site of deserted medieval village abandoned by the early 15th century.

Also known as Little Barwick. Mintlyn. A late Neolithic, Saxon, and medieval site at Middle Harling, Norfolk / by Andrew Rogerson ; with contributions by Marion Archibald [et al.] ; illustrations by Steven Ashley and photographs by David Wicks Rogerson, Andrew [ Book: ] At Barr Smith Library.

The Saxon and Medieval Settlement at West Fen Road, Ely: the Ashwell Site. Late Neolithic occupation (Sites 3 and 4). Unpublished Cambridge Archaeological Unit Report Saxon and Medieval site at Middle Harling, Norfolk. Gressenhall: East Anglian Archaeology Rowley-Conwy. "The Coinage of Beonna in the Light of the Middle Harling Hoard", BNJ 55 (), - "The Coins" in A Late Neolithic, Saxon and Medieval Site at Middle Harling, Norfolk, ed.

Rogerson (London and Dereham, ), A Late Neolithic, Saxon and Medieval Site at Middle Harling, Norfolk; East Anglian Archaeology 74 lay beside an important crossing of the River Nene and once formed part of a well-known medieval vill, referenced in Domesday Book. Botolph Bridge was noted for its well preserved medieval earthworks but since the late s these have.

Anglo-Saxon Prehistory ISBN 0 19 3, 94pp, 46fig, 30pls, £11 A Late Neolithic, Saxon and Medieval Site at Middle Harling, Norfolk, by Andrew Rogerson.

one hoard foun adt Middle Harling, Norfolk By contrast., all thirt of thye recentl discoverey d late Neolithic, Saxon and Medieval Site at Middle Hurling, Norfolk (East Anglia Archaeologn Repory Not.

74),pp. Fig. 2 ETHELBER I AND BEONNA T. A Late Neolithic, Saxon and Medieval Site at Middle Harling, Norfolk; East Anglian Archaeology 74 Author Built on the site of an original fifth-to-seventh century settlement near the town of West Stow in Suffolk, West Stow Anglo-Saxon village is a fully reconstructed Early Medieval open air museum opened in and has since offered visitors the chance to witness experimental archaeology in action and learn more about daily life in Anglo-Saxon England.

A Group of Late Saxon Mounts from Norfolk. A History o f the Parish: The Culture o f Religion from Augustine to Victoria. A Late Neolithic, Saxon and Medieval Site at Middle Harling. A Note on the Distribution of Metal-Detecting in Norfolk. The Neolithic and Bronze Age Enclosures at Springfield Lyons, Essex by Maria Medlycott,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.

Site no Site Location Date Period; Abbots Worthy: nr Winchester, Hampshire, England: middle Saxon: Aber Camddwr: nr Ponterwyd, nr Aberystwyth, Dyfed. Rogerson, A., A Late Neolithic, Saxon and Medieval Site at Middle Harling, Norfolk, East Anglian Archaeology Rogerson, A., '"Productive" sites in West Norfolk', in T.

Pestell and K. Ulmschneider (eds), Markets in Early Medieval Europe: trading and 'productive sites', Macclesfield, EAA Excavations at Mill Lane, Thetford, by Heather Wallis,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. A list of all reference works cited by the Portable Antiquities Scheme within the database records.

Middle Harling Late Neolithic, Saxon & MedievalNorth Shoebury Settlement &Roman & Early Anglo-Saxon Farmstead Orton Hall The following report presents the results of the archaeological fieldwork carried out between and along the A between Stansted Airport and Braintree in north-west Essex.

Essex County Council undertook the preliminary stages of work in with a comprehensive fieldwalking programme to identify sites of potential interest accompanied by documentary searches and other related works.A Late Neolithic Ovoid Macehead from Revesby'.

Lincolnshire History and Archaeology. A Study of Continuity and Regionality in the Roman and Early Medieval Rural Settlement Patterns of Norfolk, Kent and Somerset.

(Unpublished PhD thesis). Settlement, Economy, and the ‘Productive’ Site: Middle Anglo-Saxon Lincolnshire A.D. '.