4 edition of Excavations in medieval Southampton, 1953-1969 found in the catalog.
Excavations in medieval Southampton, 1953-1969
|Statement||[by] Colin Platt [editor] and Richard Coleman-Smith ; with ... others ; cartography by A. S. Burn.|
|Contributions||Platt, Colin., Coleman-Smith, Richard., Burn, A. S.|
|LC Classifications||DA690.S7 E88|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. (356 p.,  p. of plates, 368 p.,  p. of plates) :|
|Number of Pages||368|
|LC Control Number||76365147|
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Excavations in Medieval Southampton, The finds Colin Platt, Richard Coleman-Smith, A. Burn Leicester University Press, - Social Science - pages.
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Excavations in Medieval Southampton Colin Piatt and Richard Coleman-Smith, with P. Faulkner, M. Maitland Muller, J. Wacher, F. Aberg and others This two-volume work presents in full a major campaign of archaeological excavation in an important medieval port.
Volume 1, The Excavation Reports. Excavations in medieval Southampton, 1953-1969 book Leicester University Press. MLA Citation. Platt, Colin. and Coleman-Smith, Richard. and Burn, A.
Excavations in medieval Southampton, / [by] Colin Platt [editor] and Richard Coleman-Smith ; with others ; cartography by A. Burn Leicester University Excavations in medieval Southampton [Leicester] Buy EXCAVATIONS IN MEDIEVAL SOUTHAMPTON VOLUME 1 - THE EXCAVATION REPORTS, VOLUME 2 - THE FINDS.
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and Coleman-Smith, R. (eds), Excavations in medieval Southampton –, Vol. 1, The excavation reports, Cited by: 1. Trade in Medieval Pottery Around the North Sea Rotterdam, Papers 1 Piatt, C and Coleman-Smith Excavations, R in 5 Medieval Southampton 2, The Finds nos and Excavations in medieval Southampton Stephen Nelson.
1 Bridge Road, Epsom, Surrey. PRALLINGWORTH - A LOST LOCALITY IDENTIFIED Saxton's map of shows a hamlet called. Colin appeared in the first ever issue of CA, back in Marchleading the rescue excavations of, appropriately, medieval fieldwork there began in the s, and has continued, off and on, through the ‘rescue’ days Excavations in medieval Southampton on into post ‘commercial’ archaeology, as reported subsequently in CA 17, 79, andamong : Joe Flatman.
Excavations by Southampton Archaeolo-gical Research Committee commenced in April and continued, until March The excavation took place in advance of land-scaping the 1953-1969 book with the aims of elucidating the Excavations in medieval Southampton and dates of the extant medieval buildings, and throwing further light on the development of the medieval Size: 7MB.
Pottery in medieval Southampton c journal article or chapter from a book. Publication Type: Monograph Chapter (in Series) Abstract. The abstract describing the content of the publication or report.
Abstract: Presents a catalogue of post-Conquest medieval pottery from nine excavations within the medieval walled town.
The results of. Southampton is a city in Hampshire, area has been settled since the Stone Age. Its history has been affected by its geographical location, on a major estuary on the English Channel Excavations in medieval Southampton with an unusual double high-tide, and by its proximity to Winchester and London; the ancient and modern capitals of England.
Having been an important regional centre for centuries, Southampton was. Excavations carried out in Southampton between and produced alm, mostly well-stratified, sherds of post-Conquest pottery.
This well-presented catalogue publishes and illustrates. St Bartholomew’s Hospital, Bristol: The Excavation of a Medieval Hospital –98 Roger Price, Michael Ponsford. Download * Excavations at Hamwic: Volume Excavations in medieval Southampton Excavations at Six Dials P.
Andrews. 1953-1969 book Download * Excavations at Caldicot, Gwent Nigel Nayling, Astrid Caseldine. Download * Excavations carried out in Southampton between and produced alm, mostly well-stratified, sherds of post-Conquest pottery. This well-presented catalogue publishes and illustrates sherds recovered from nine excavations, preceded by a full discussion and catalogue of the numerous domestic and imported forms and fabrics.4/5.
Excavations in Medieval Southampton, (, archaeology) The English Medieval Town (, history) Medieval England: A Social History and Archaeology from the Conquest to AD (, history) The Atlas of Medieval Man (, history) The Parish Churches of Medieval England (, history) The Castle in Medieval England and Wales (, architecture)Born: The form of the Mary Rose domino closely resembles post-medieval examples from Plymoth (seventeenth century; Fairclough, no.
39), Southampton (probably eighteenth century; Platt and Coleman-Smithfig. ) ”. Not satisfied with that, they then drag out a textual reference contemporary with the date of the ship.
Excavations in Medieval Southampton -Vol 1: The Excavation Reports.  SSH - Serial: The Society for Medieval Archaeology. Medieval Archaeology, (for ).
pp - 4  SSH - Serial: The Society for Medieval Archaeology. Medieval Archaeology, (for ). p . Bibliography for V63AMC Archaeology of the Medieval City BETA. Back to list Roman defences and medieval industry: excavations at Baltic House, P. Excavations in medieval Southampton, (Leicester University Press, ).
Platt, C. Medieval Southampton: the port and trading community, A.D. (Routledge and Kegan. This led to his PhD, published as The Monastic Grange in Medieval England (), where already his integrated approach to the study of the middle ages could be.
Try the new Google Books. Check out the new look and enjoy easier access to your favorite features. Try it now. Excavations at Hamwic, A. Morton Volume 5; Volume 7 of Southampton archaeology monographs: Author: A. Morton: Publisher: Council for. The Domesday Book records the existence in Southampton of a colony of French-speaking Normans planted in here by William I after the conquest.
This settlement has been identified with the traditional parishes of St. Michael, who was the patron saint of Normandy and St. John, the most popular dedication in France. Excavations in Medieval. Excavations in medieval Southampton, by Colin Platt (Book).
: Dress Accessories, c. (Medieval Finds from Excavations in London) (Volume 3) (): Egan, Geoff, Pritchard, Frances: BooksCited by: 4. Wacher, J.S.,'The town defences' in Platt, C. and Coleman-Smith, R. (eds), Excavation in medieval Southampton, (Leicester: Leicester University Press) p.
Barley, M.W.,'Town Defences in England and Wales after ' in Barley (ed) The plans and topography of medieval towns in England and Wales (CBA Research Report. Books. Hughes, M. (ed), Archaeology in Hampshire Annual Report for (Hampshire County Council) p 25 Faulkner.
P.A.,'The Surviving Medieval Buildings' in Platt, C. and Coleman-Smith, R. (ed),Excavations in Medieval Southampton -Vol 1: The Excavation Reports p. including fig A shipwreck cargo of Sevillian pottery from the Studland Bay wreck, Dorset, UK.
Plymouth Excavations. The Medieval Waterfront, Woolster Street. The Finds, Plymouth Museum Archaeological Series, 3 () Excavations in medieval Southampton. – () Google Scholar. Pleguezuelo. Cerámicas de Triana. Colección Carranza Cited by: 7. Netley Abbey is a ruined late medieval monastery in the village of Netley near Southampton in Hampshire, abbey was founded in as a house for monks of the austere Cistercian order.
Despite royal patronage, Netley was never rich, produced no influential scholars nor churchmen, and its nearly year history was : Cistercians. D3olley, ‘The coins and jettons’, in Excavations in Medieval Southampton – the Finds, ed.
Platt and R. Coleman-Smith (2 vols., Leicester, ), ii. –31, at pp. –8; P. Sawyer, ‘Anglo-Scandinavian trade in the Viking age and after’, in Anglo-Saxon. Southampton is fortunate to have an excellent Records Society, which has among much else published a good guide to the sources.
Birbeck, Vaughan, with Roland J. Smith, Phil Andrews, and Nick Stoodley. The Origins of Mid-Saxon Southampton: Excavations at the Friends Provident St. Mary’s Stadium, – Salisbury, UK: Wessex.
Southampton (/ s aʊ θ ˈ (h) æ m p t ə n / ()) is a city in Hampshire, South East England, 70 miles ( km) south-west of London and 15 miles (24 km) north-west of Portsmouth. A major port, and close to the New Forest, it lies at the northernmost point of Southampton Water, at the confluence of the River Test and Itchen, with the River Hamble joining to the nial county: Hampshire.
Colin Platt and Richard Coleman-Smith, Excavations in Medieval Southampton, – Vols I and II. Leicester: Leicester University Press, pp. + pp. plates (11 in colour). £ - Author: H. Loyn. Excavations in Medieval SouthamptonVolume 2: The finds. Leicester University Press, Leicester. Pleguezuelo-Hernandez, Alfonso Seville Coarsewares, A Preliminary Typological Survey.
Medieval Ceramics Pleguezuerlo, Alfonso and M. Pilar LaFuente Ceramicas de Andalucia occidental (). Publications: The Monastic Grange in Medieval England, ; Medieval Southampton: The Port and Trading Community, ; (with R.
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Shoes and Pattens (Medieval Finds from Excavations in London: 2) London: Her Majesty's Stationary Office, Hald, Margrethe.
For the medieval period the archaeological evidence often compliments the excellent sources of information in the cities Port Books and other records. The session will outline the techniques used to obtain environmental information and will then specifically look at what we have learned from past work in Southampton in a local context.
DOWNLOADS BOOK Product Details: Publisher: Masterbuy Audio Books; Abridged edition (September 1, ) Language: English ISBN ISBN Excavations in Medieval Southampton, 2 Excel For Dummies Quick Reference (For Dummie. Situated at a strategic point on the south coast of England, Portchester was an important defensive site from the Roman period onwards.
This volume reports on extensive excavations at the site in the s and s, and describes Norman additions to the Roman defences, a 12th Century Augustinian priory, and a 16th century naval storehouse.5/5(2).
Pdf at Medieval Southampton Leicester: Leicester University Press. Thompson, R., "The industrial archaeology of leather." "Irish book-satchels or budgets" Medieval. Archaeology Waterer, John.
"A Historical Forcer." Connoisseur "The Talbot Casket and related late medieval caskets".Bibliography for V63AMC Archaeology of the Medieval City BETA.
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