3 edition of Anglo-Saxon cemetery at Fonaby, Lincolnshire found in the catalog.
Anglo-Saxon cemetery at Fonaby, Lincolnshire
Alison M. Cook
|Statement||Alison M. Cook ; based on a catalogue of the material by Sonia C. Hawkes.|
|Series||Occasional papers in Lincolnshire history and archaeology -- 6, Occasional papers in Lincolnshire history and archaeology -- 6.|
|Contributions||Hawkes, Sonia C.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||108|
Buy An Anglo-Saxon Cemetery at Baston, Lincolnshire (Occasional Papers in Lincolnshire History and Archaeology) by Philip Mayes, M.J. Dean, J.N.L. Myres (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Philip Mayes, M.J. Dean, J.N.L. Myres. 89 Assuming that they preferred to use them (as Haslam supposes: ibid. p. 81 and fig. 2) rather than to fortify the Lindsey promontory. There is no archaeological evidence of early defences on the promontory, but it is nonetheless interesting to note the antiquary Camden's account of Anglo-Saxon activities at Lincoln: ‘Old Lincoln of the Britons is supposed to have been on the very peak of a Cited by:
“This memorial collection of Anglo-Saxon material was part of a 5 th – 6 th century cemetery three miles from Laceby in Lincolnshire. “Welbeck Hill has thousands of years of history starting with a Bronze Age settlement as early as BC. There was also a possible Roman signal station nearby with evidence of Roman pottery being found. The Cleatham, North Lincolnshire, Anglo-Saxon cemetery contained over cremations and 62 graves, making it England's third largest cemetery of the period. Burial took place over the whole of the Early Saxon period starting around the mid-5th century and ending with 'Final Phase' graves of the later 7th century. The most important feature of Cleatham was the intercutting of urns, making it.
The Anglo-Saxon Cemetery at Tallington, Lincolnshire. The title of the publication or report. Title: The Anglo-Saxon Cemetery at Tallington, Lincolnshire. Archaeological Watching Brief and Excavation Report for Anglian Water Services Ltd. Series. The series the publication or report is included in This is not the place the book or. In the 's the Anglo-Saxon mixed rite cemetery at Cleatham, in the parish of Manton, North Lincolnshire was excavated in advance of its destruction by ploughing. This work resulted in the recovery of urns and 62 inhumations together with boundary ditches and other features. The digital archive includes the full catalogues of urns, inhumations and finds as a relational database together.
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The Anglo-Saxon cemetery at Fonaby, Lincolnshire. [Alison M Cook; Sonia Chadwick Hawkes] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Book: All Authors / Contributors: Alison M Cook; Sonia Chadwick Hawkes.
Find more information about: ISBN: Barter Books; Ambler, R W [ed.]; ; The Anglo-Saxon Cemetery at Fonaby, Lincolnshire. A previously unknown Anglo-Saxon cemetery has been revealed in Anglo-Saxon cemetery at Fonaby, Lincolnshire. On a chalky outcrop of the Lincolnshire Wolds, it was found by a local metal-detectorist, who discovered a number of Anglo-Saxon artefacts, including Anglo-Saxon cemetery at Fonaby gilded brooches, iron shield bosses, and : Kathryn Krakowka.
Archaeologists have discovered the remains of an Anglo-Saxon cemetery in the Lincolnshire Wolds. The cemetery contains more than 20 Author: Shivali Best. Remains of Anglo-Saxon cemetery discovered by University of Sheffield Female burial unearthed at Anglo-Saxon cemetery in Lincolnshire.
One man’s discovery of a piece of bone and pot in a Lincolnshire field nearly 60 years ago led to the excavation of one of the most remarkable Author: Abby Ruston. Archaeologists working in eastern England have discovered a previously unknown Anglo-Saxon cemetery dating back some 1, years.
At least 20 graves have. Anglo-Saxon cemeteries have been found in England, Wales and Scotland. The burial sites date primarily from the fifth century to the seventh century AD, before the Christianisation of Anglo-Saxon Anglo-Saxon period cemeteries have been found with graves dating from the 9th to the 11th century.
An Early Anglo-Saxon Cemetery at Quarrington, near Sleaford, Lincolnshire: Report on Excavations, Tania M. Dickinson The early Anglo-Saxon cemeteries in the Kesteven part of Lincolnshire form two distinct distribution patterns (Fig.1): a north-south. The cemetery contained graves, arranged in a deliberate plan with an entrance to the south.
One of the graves was covered by a low burial mound. One burial was that of a high-status woman laid on a bed, and with her were found three spectacular gold brooches. Necklaces and brooches are among the artefacts found at an Anglo-Saxon cemetery in Lincolnshire.
Early Anglo-Saxon cemetery found in Lincolnshire. University of Sheffield archaeologists have discovered an Anglo-Saxon cemetery in Scremby, Lincolnshire.
The burials of more than 20 individuals were unearthed at the site in the Lincolnshire Wolds. They date from the late 5th century to the mid-sixth and virtually all of them include rich grave.
Necklaces and brooches are among the artefacts found at an Anglo-Saxon cemetery in Lincolnshire. Lincolnshire Anglo-Saxon cemetery burials unearthed been unearthed at an Anglo-Saxon cemetery.
Lincolnshire Museums Information Sheet Archaeology Series No. 27 ANGLO SAXON LINCOLNSHIRE, AD. Bronze "hanging-bow/' from the great pagan cemetery at Loveden Hill, near Grantham INTRODUCTION Between and AD the area of modern Lincolnshire went through a great transformation. From being a rich and prosperous part of the Roman province of Britain, at Lincoln.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Mayes, Philip. Anglo-Saxon cemetery at Baston, Lincolnshire. Sleaford: Society for Lincolnshire History and Archaeology, The Cleatham cemetery in North Lincolnshire is, with over cremations and 62 burials, England's third largest Anglo-Saxon cemetery.
It was in use throughout the early Anglo-Saxon period from the mid-5th century to the late 7th century.5/5(1). Britons and Anglo-Saxons offers an interdisciplinary approach to the history of the Lincoln region in the post-Roman period, drawing together a wide range of sources.
In particular, it indicates that a British polity named *Lindēs was based at Lincoln into the sixth century, and that the seventh-century Anglo-Saxon kingdom of Lindsey (Lindissi) had an intimate connection to this British. Roman walled town. The church has Saxon and Norman traces.
Mounds may mark the site of King Egbert's victory over the Mercians in Calceby. Later in the century Stamford is merged with Lindsey to form the later county of Lincolnshire, although at least until Domesday Book it is recorded as Lindsey.
- The bishopric of Lincoln is revived twice, with the first incumbent, Leofwine, being described as the. An Anglo-Saxon Cemetery at Baston, Lincolnshire. The King's England Press. ISBN Phillips, C.W. (). The Fenland in Roman Times. Royal Geographic Society.
pp. Map 3 and the corresponding part of the gazetteer. ISBN Skempton, Sir Alec; et al. ().⁃ location: Ropsley and Boothby Pagnall.Cook, A.
() The Anglo-Saxon Cemetery at Fonaby, Lincolnshire. Occasional Papers in Lincolnshire History and Archaeology 6. Sleaford: Society for Lincolnshire History and : Duncan Sayer. ‘On excavations in an Anglo-Saxon cemetery at Sleaford, in Lincolnshire’, Archaeologia, L, – Trollop, E Sleaford and the Wapentakes of Flaxwell and Aswardun, in the County of Lincoln, London and SleafordCited by: 8.