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St. Albans Urban Archaeological Assessment

Rosalind Niblett

St. Albans Urban Archaeological Assessment

by Rosalind Niblett

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Published by English Heritage .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • European archaeology,
  • Europe - Great Britain - General,
  • Social Science,
  • Archaeology / Anthropology,
  • History: World,
  • Hertfordshire,
  • Archaeology

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages256
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8653856M
    ISBN 101873592612
    ISBN 109781873592618

    The priory, dedicated to St Mary, was founded in by Geoffrey de Gorham the 16th Abbot of St Albans, reputedly in order to regularise a small community of women who had already established a religious retreat nearby. The priory was originally limited to 13 nuns, although 19 nuns voted in the unauthorised election of a prioress around Rosalind Niblett & Isobel Thompson (), Alban's buried towns. An assessment of St Albans archaeology up to AD Oxbow Books for English Heritage; The St Albans Urban Archaeological Strategy Project, in G T Denford (ed), Museums in the landscape: bridging the gap. The Museum Archaeologist 23 (), (Society of Museum Archaeologists).

      This book is intended to meet that need, and comes out of a project set up by English Heritage in designed to promote 'intensive' urban archaeological strategy. This volume is a critical assessment of the current archaeological information from an area of 12 square kilometers centred on medieval and modern St Albans and its Roman Pages: Founded in , has become a leading book price comparison site: Find and compare hundreds of millions of new books, used books, rare books and out of print books from over , booksellers and 60+ websites worldwide.

      Another week, another micro-dig courtesy of the Pub Dig team, and this time Rory and Paul are at the Six Bells in St Albans, Herts. Built in c, this is the only pub standing within the walls of old Verulamium, once the third biggest city in Roman Britain.. Last week Paul and Rory found what was apparently the first Roman archaeological evidence ever unearthed Author: Carly Hilts. strata in the St. Albans Site were undisturbed by rodents, roots, or man, thus creating a unique situation and adding to the importance of the site. The various artifacts recovered have added greatly to our knowledge of the Early Archaic Period, not only in West Virginia, but the entire eastern United States.


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St Albans (Albans Buried Towns) is the first in. This book is intended to meet that need, and comes out of a project set up by English Heritage in designed to promote 'intensive' urban archaeological strategy. This volume is a critical assessment of the current archaeological information from an area of 12 square kilometers centred on medieval and modern St Albans and its Roman predecessor, : Rosalind Niblett.

St Albans (Albans Buried Towns) is the first in a series of detailed assessments of the archaeology of more than 30 English towns. Funded by English St. Albans Urban Archaeological Assessment book, the series is based on computerised databases linked to Geographical Information :   St Albans (Albans Buried Towns) is the first in a series of detailed assessments of the archaeology of more than 30 English towns.

Funded by English Heritage, the series is based on computerised databases linked to Geographical Information : Rosalind Niblett, Isobel Thompson. This book is intended to meet that need, and comes out of a project set up by English Heritage in designed to promote 'intensive' urban archaeological strategy.

This volume is a critical assessment of the current archaeological information from an area of 12 square kilometers centred on medieval and modern St Albans and its Roman predecessor, Author: Rosalind Niblett, Isobel Thompson.

St Albans Urban Archaeological Assessment East Midlands Boston Borough Council, Derbyshire County Council, Leicester City, Leicestershire County Council, Lincoln City Council, Lincolnshire County Council, North Kesteven District Council, Northamptonshire County Council, Nottingham City Council, Nottinghamshire County Council, Peak District.

‘Just one example of how valuable this books is it deserves to become a classic in the field of urban history’ Arnold Pacey, Vernacular Architecture This study of the small cathedral city of St Albans offers a rare insight into social change in a.

The archive for the St Albans Urban Archaeological Database is kept in St Albans, and can be consulted by prior appointment with the District Archaeologist. Opening Hours: c.9am to pm Visitor Facilities.

St Albans District Council provides a number of services relating to the preservation and management of the District’s rich historic environment. Within these services archaeology is covered by nationally and locally designated areas of archaeological significance as defined in the St Albans District Local Plan Review (November ) under.

The St Albans Urban Archaeological Database is maintained by the District Archaeology Section and covers the 12 square kilometres over the Medieval town and Abbey, and the Roman town, and its immediate surroundings. It contains records covering the periods from the Palaeolithic to the end of the sixteenth century AD.

Winchester City Council: all: all: Winchester Urban Archaeology Assessment: x: x: forthcoming: South East – South East ; West Sussex County Council, EastFile Size: 62KB. summary assessment evaluation guidelines VERULAMIUM 98 North HertfordshireLandscape Character Assessmentpg 29 Roman walls within Verulamium park (G.

Lee) • LOCATION On the western edge of St. Albans. The area is divided by the A with the southern part of the area enclosed by settlement on three sides.

LANDSCAPE CHARACTER. Fig. 3 The Development of St Albans up to Fig. 4 Survival of Archaeological Deposits in St Albans Fig. 5 - 7 Key Archaeological Sites Fig. 8 St Albans in - (Figure in text.) Fig. 9 Proposed Archaeological Constraint Areas in St Albans 18/07/07 1.

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This study of the small cathedral city of St Albans offers a rare insight into social change in a typical English community between and Examination of the town's domestic, religious and commercial buildings and a unique attempt at family reconstitution coupled with an analysis of social structure provides urban historians with an.

The Hertfordshire Extensive Urban Survey project began inas part of the national EUS programme instigated and funded by English Heritage. It was carried out by Hertfordshire County Council's Archaeology Section (now the Historic Environment Unit). All the places surveyed were either urban districts byor had urban characteristics in the past.

The total number of these urban. Archaeology in and around St Albans, Past and Present 23 Lecture Programme 24 The book St Albans a thoroughfare town and its people, ably reviewed for its academic rigour and contribution to the understanding of St Albans and 17 century urban life in England.

The work involved led to many other. This volume is a critical assessment of the current archaeological information from an area of 12 square kilometers centred on medieval and modern St Albans and its Roman predecessor, Verulamium.

There is evidence of scattered occupation in the area from the Mesolithic period onwards, but it was only towards the end of the 1st century BC that a. A survey of archaeological specialists is currently underway (February ) but at present the principal source of data on archaeological specialists is the Labour Market Intelligence Survey of Archaeological Specialists –11 (Landward Research ).

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