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Published by Tempus Reparatum in Oxford .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Excavations (Archaeology) -- Bawtry -- England.,
  • Church Street Site (Bawtry, England),
  • Bawtry (England) -- Antiquities.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementcompiled by J.A. Dunkley and C.G. Cumberpatch ; edited by C.G. Cumberpatch, I.D. Latham and R. Thorpe ; principal illustrators A.M. Chadwick and I.D. Latham.
SeriesBAR British series -- 248, County archaeology monograph -- no. 3, South Yorkshire County archaeology monograph -- no. 3.
ContributionsDunkley, J. A., Cumberpatch, C. G., Latham, I. D., Thorpe, R.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsDA685.C56 E94 1996
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 209 p. :
Number of Pages209
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16198739M
ISBN 100860548341

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Silkstone, South Yorkshire: Summary Report and Assessment of Evidence from Excavations in English Heritage Centre for Archaeology Report 91/ Cronk, K.A: Journey Along the Roman Ridge - Exploring the Purpose of South-West Yorkshire's Ancient Dykes. Rotherham: Clifton and Wellgate Local History Group. For example, the excavations at Roman Castleford were published as an academic report in three volumes, but were preceded by a popular booklet, In Search of Roman Castleford, and by a short volume written and designed for use in schools, The Story of Roman Castleford. Rossington, South Yorkshire – Journal – WA Ref: Andrew B. Powell, Patrick Daniel and Chris Harrison A Romano-British enclosure near Rossington, South Yorkshire, Yorkshire Archaeological Journal DOI: / Bulford to Tidworth, . Cumberpatch, C.G. and Dunkley, J.A. The finds recording system. In C.G. Cumberpatch, I.D. Latham and R. Thorpe (eds) Excavations at Church Street, Bawtry, South Yorkshire, BAR (British Series) Oxford: Tempus Reparatum, pp Dalland, M. A procedure for use in stratigraphical analysis.