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  • Anglo-Scandinavian and Roman Remains at 28 - 29 High Ousegate, York, UK - Report by York Archaeological Trust describing evidence for craft industries on the site including leather working, textile production, antler working and horn working.
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  • Anglo-Scandinavian, Medieval and Post-Medieval Urban Occupation at 41–49 Walmgate, York - Report by York Archaeological Trust on excavations between August and October 2000 on the industrial hub of medieval York.
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  • Arbeia Roman Fort at South Shields - An article on the excavation with plans and photographs (one showing the reconstructed gatehouse) originally published in Current Archaeology 133.
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  • BBC Radio 4 - Unearthing Mysteries - Tri-Radial Cairns in Northumberland - Prof. Aubrey Manning examines possible astronomical alignments in a class of cairns found in northernmost England.
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  • Butser Ancient Farm - An open-air laboratory where experiments into every aspect of prehistoric life are continuously being conducted.
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  • Caistor Roman Town, Norfolk - Short description of the Roman town of Caistor St Edmund, once Norfolk's capital. Map of the remains.
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  • Canterbury Archaeological Trust Fieldwork - Searchable excerpts from the Annual Reports of the Canterbury Archaeological Trust, hosted by Peter Collinson's Canterbury Tour site.
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  • Canterbury Cathedral - An illustrated report by Kevin Blockley and Paul Bennett on the discovery by the Canterbury Archaeological Trust of remains of the Anglo-Saxon cathedral. Plan and reconstruction drawing.
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  • Chedworth Roman Villa - Guide to Chedworth Roman Villa for exploring and understanding the remains of a large country house of the Roman period.
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  • Chester: A Virtual Stroll Around the Walls - Steve Howe of the Black and White Picture Place provides a guide around the Roman and medieval city wall. Map, modern and archival images with description and history, including quotations from primary sources.
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  • Coal and Wine Tax Posts - The Victorian posts which stand in a ring around London, UK. Includes a full list of the posts and over 100 photos.
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  • Codrington's Roman Roads in Britain - Full text of Thomas Codrington's classic early 20C work provided online by Bill Thayer. Searchable. Italian, Spanish and French language versions available.
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  • Creswell Crags - Home of the Ice Age Hunter - Creswell Heritage Trust provides an illustrated guide to this limestone gorge honeycombed with caves which have yielded evidence of life during the last Ice Age. Visitor information.
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  • Defences of Chester - Computer reconstructions of the Roman town walls by Julian Baum and Tim Strickland.
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  • English Heritage Archaeology and Survey - The department responsible for providing advice and expertise in archaeology and archaeological science. Includes summaries of projects funded by the Archaeology Commission.
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  • Gosfield Hall Donkey Gin and Beam Pump - Photographs, description, and restoration plans provided by the Sussex Industrial Archaeology Society.
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  • Herefordshire Through Time - A huge resource from the Herefordshire Sites and Monuments Record. It includes a county history, database of archaeological sites and gazetteers of castles, chapels, prisons and workhouses.
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  • I Dig Sheffield - An online guide to archaeology around Sheffield and the Peak District from Sheffield Galleries and Museums Trust. Sheffield City Museum's collection, archaeological sites and news. Messageboard.
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  • Iron Age Chariot Unearthed - The Hull Daily Mail reports the discovery of a chariot and skeleton at Wetwang, East Yorkshire. Thought to be the burial of an aristocrat from the Parisi tribe.
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  • Lincolnshire's Archaeology Handbook - Guidelines for all those involved in archaeological projects mainly initiated as a result of the town and country planning process.
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  • Performative Practice: Identity and Agency at the Causewayed Enclosures of Windmill Hill and Etton - Dissertation by Oliver Harris focusing on these two Neolithic sites.
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  • The Roman Painted House at Dover, England - Roman archaeological site discovered in 1970 by the Kent Archaeological Rescue Unit in Dover, and open to the public.
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  • Roman Roadside Settlement at Nettleton - Lincolnshire County Council gives a brief outline of its excavations in conjunction with the Universities of Durham and Sheffield. Plan of Roman Lincolnshire.
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  • Roman Villas in England - Britain Express outlines the history and features of Roman villas in England, with diagrams. Brief details of major villas to visit.
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  • Silchester Roman Town, Hampshire - The University of Reading runs a training excavation here every summer. Clickable map of the Roman town showing excavations, photographs, background, interim reports, reconstruction.
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  • Southern Quantocks Archaeological Survey - Department of Archaeology, University of Winchester. Outlines the project for its survey of the 100 or so crop mark sites in the area: background, methodology, maps and photographs.
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  • St. Albans Archaeology and History - Archaeologist Chris Saunders provides an interactive tour of medieval St. Albans via clickable map, and chronology of the city once Roman Verulamium and later a rich abbey.
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  • A Study of Grimspound - Remains of a middle Bronze Age settlement on Dartmoor, England. The site consists essentially of a walled enclosure of a little over four acres in area containing the remains of many dwellings which take the form of circles of granite boulders known as hut circles or round houses.
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  • Tests Show Cathedral Timbers are Original - From Guardian Unlimited, in 1222 they had a crisis in Salisbury. Masons were racing ahead raising the walls of the cathedral, but the carpenters were running out of timbers needed for the roof.
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  • Warwickshire Sites and Monuments Record - A database of images and information about thousands of sites and finds in the county, dating from prehistory through to the 20th century. Discovery Zone for young people. Glossary.
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  • Wharram Percy, Yorkshire - Ken Tompkins draws on his experience as Chief Guide there to explain the discovery of this deserted medieval village. Plan, photographs, reconstruction drawing.
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  • Whitehall Farm Roman Villa and Landscape Project - Professional archaeologists, students and volunteers are uncovering a Roman villa and bath house complex at Nether Heyford in Northamptonshire. Results, project outline and community involvement.
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  • Whittlewood Project - Medieval settlements and landscapes in the Whittlewood, Northants area. Project outline, archaeological and historical research, parish surveys. With photos and maps.
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  • Yorkshire Rock Art - Graeme C. presents location maps, photographs and descriptions of Yorkshire's Neolithic and Bronze Age cup and ring rock carvings.
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  • Roman Villas Found under Playing Field - The Telegraph reports on the remarkable discovery of twin villas with a fine mosaic at Bradford-on-Avon in Wiltshire. Includes reconstruction drawing and photograph of the mosaic. (August 18, 2002)
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  • Bulldozer Unearths Fine Roman Mosaic - An illustrated article in the Telegraph on the discovery of one the largest and most spectacular Roman mosaics found in Britain. (November 08, 2001)
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  • Archaeologists Unearth Ancient Jewish Bath - An illustrated report in the Telegraph of the discovery of a stone ritual bath (mikvah) in London - the 2nd found in Britain from the medieval period. (October 25, 2001)
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  • Dig Reveals Stone Age Camp in Time Warp - The Telegraph reports on the discovery in Hampshire of a camp site likened to a Stone Age Marie Celeste. Tools of nomadic hunter-gathers were found as they were left. (July 03, 2001)
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