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Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society, Bristol, England. Transactions, ISSN 0068-1032, 01/2017, Volume 135, p. 279
The current widespread belief is that the Romano-British name of the town that became Gloucester was Glevum, and more formally Colonia Nervia (or Nerviana)... 
Romano-British
Journal Article
ARCHAEOLOGY, ISSN 0003-8113, 05/2019, Volume 72, Issue 3, pp. 18 - 18
While gathering material from a stone quarry in Cumbria's Gelt Woods for renovations to nearby Hadrian's Wall, Roman soldiers carved personal inscriptions,... 
ARCHAEOLOGY | Archaeology | Graffiti | Romano-British
Journal Article
2012, ISBN 1887829903, 280
Book
The London Archaeologist, ISSN 0024-5984, 04/2018, Volume 15, Issue 4, p. 120
The London Archaeologist plans to celebrate the Roman Period at its 50th anniversary conference. 
Archaeology | Conferences | Romano-British
Journal Article
Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society, Bristol, England. Transactions, ISSN 0068-1032, 01/2018, Volume 136, p. 19
In 1920 Francis Haverfield, the foremost scholar of Roman Britain of his generation, posthumously published a paper entitled 'Roman Cirencester' in the journal... 
Archaeology | Cities | Scholars | Romano-British
Journal Article
Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society, Bristol, England. Transactions, ISSN 0068-1032, 01/2018, Volume 136, p. 91
A programme of geophysical survey, field evaluation and excavation was undertaken by Border Archaeology in 2013 at Western Way Dymock. A number of ditches were... 
Archaeology | Metalsmithing | Excavation | Romano-British
Journal Article
Worcestershire Archaeological Society. Transactions, ISSN 0143-2389, 01/2016, Volume 25
Excavations at Church Farm West, Ball Mill Quarry, Grimley during 2008-9 provided an important opportunity to investigate the evolution of a large rural... 
Iron Age | Romano-British
Journal Article
ARCHAEOLOGY, ISSN 0003-8113, 11/2018, Volume 71, Issue 6, pp. 15 - 15
Archaeologists believe that a bronze hand from the Roman fort of Vindolanda was associated with the cult worship of Jupiter Dolichenus at the site. The palm of... 
ARCHAEOLOGY | Bronze | Hands | Archaeology | Excavation | Sculpture | Romano-British
Journal Article
Journal of British Studies, ISSN 0021-9371, 01/2019, Volume 58, Issue 1, pp. 174 - 178
A post-Roman folded beaker allows us to see traditional Romano-British material culture and material practices continuing into the fifth century and helps us... 
HISTORY | Material culture | Ceramics | British culture | Romano-British
Journal Article
Hampshire Studies, ISSN 1368-2709, 01/2018, Volume 73, p. 137
Excavations at Park Prewett, Basingstoke, were undertaken in advance of a residential development. Three, areas were opened, measuring a combined area of 1.6... 
Land settlement | Excavation | Romano-British | Prehistoric era
Journal Article
Worcestershire Archaeological Society. Transactions, ISSN 0143-2389, 01/2018, Volume 26, p. 97
A community archaeology project was undertaken in 2012 for the Hanleys' Village Society which revealed Roman enclosures, and industrial activity (ironworking),... 
Archaeology | Architecture | Excavation | Metalworking industry | Romano-British
Journal Article
Hampshire Studies, ISSN 1368-2709, 01/2018, Volume 73, p. 169
A radiocarbon date of cat AD 410-620 obtained from near the base of the substantial ditch defining Ampress Camp, suggests that this riverside enclosure to the... 
Military bases | Landscape architecture | Romano-British
Journal Article
Hampshire Studies, ISSN 1368-2709, 01/2018, Volume 73, p. 156
A hitherto undescribed assemblage of 51 whetstones recovered by Victorian-Edwardian excavators is reported below and assigned to geological sources.... 
Tools | Excavation | Museums | Stone | Romano-British
Journal Article
Hampshire Studies, ISSN 1368-2709, 01/2018, Volume 73, p. 145
Additional information about the Romano-British villa at Woodham's Farm was discovered whilst researching the villas at Sparsholt and Twyford. Amongst the... 
Houses | Architecture | Coins | Excavation | Romano-British
Journal Article
Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, ISSN 0081-1564, 2016, Volume 146, pp. 113 - 119
James Curle found at Newstead near Melrose an unusual whetstone of bar-shaped design, with rebates on the long edges, that is now on public display at the... 
Tools | Historic artifacts | Stone | Romano-British
Conference Proceeding
Journal of Archaeological Science, ISSN 0305-4403, 2010, Volume 37, Issue 12, pp. 3068 - 3080
One hundred and twenty-eight colourless glass tablewares from settlement contexts throughout the British Isles, dating from the mid-3rd to 4th century AD, were... 
Colourless | Chemical composition | Vessel glass | Romano-British | GEOSCIENCES, MULTIDISCIPLINARY | ANTHROPOLOGY | ARCHAEOLOGY | Archaeology | Analysis
Journal Article
Journal of Archaeological Science, ISSN 0305-4403, 2009, Volume 36, Issue 2, pp. 189 - 204
Naturally coloured, blue or green are the most common glass colours found in assemblages from the Roman world from the end of the 1st century BC onwards. In... 
Levantine 1 | HIMT | Chemical composition | Vessel glass | Romano-British | Blue-green | SAGALASSOS | ARCHAEOLOGY | ISOTOPES | GEOSCIENCES, MULTIDISCIPLINARY | AREA | PROVENANCE | ANTHROPOLOGY
Journal Article
Hampshire Studies, ISSN 1368-2709, 01/2017, Volume 72, p. 1
Excavations in 2014 at Shepherds Spring School, Andover identified a rare Early Neolithic pit containing an important assemblage of worked flint and Carinated... 
Iron Age | Excavation | Ceramics | Romano-British | Neolithic
Journal Article
Transactions of the London and Middlesex Archaeological Society, ISSN 0076-0501, 01/2017, Volume 68, p. 257
Today Walthamstow is part of the London Borough of Walton Forest, reflecting its absorption into Greater London, but it started life as a small medieval... 
Archaeology | Towns | Buildings | Romano-British | Medieval period
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