1 edition of DOWNLAND SETTLEMENT AND LAND-USE: THE ARCHAEOLOGY OF THE BRIGHTON BYPASS; ED. BY DAVID RUDLING. found in the catalog.
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|Pagination||xvi, 119 p. :|
|Number of Pages||87|
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The structure of the buildings also remains conjectural. Alternatively, a timber frame could have been encased in flint walls. A living house might be divided into one, two, three or more rooms separated by screens and walls. From the Palaeolithic to post-Medieval Britain, our archaeology collection has developed since the late 1800s. Antiquaries Journal 90, 41-72 Yates, D.
The dark area covers almost 20M square of the new trench and is currently being sectioned. Institute of Archaeology; English Heritage Publisher: London : Archetype in association with English Heritage, 2002.
How the module will be assessed The assessment methods for the module should be detailed here both formative and summativeincluding any distinctive features e. Sheffield, Dept of Archaeology and prehistory Barrett, J C, Bradley, R and Green M 1991 Landscape, Monuments and Society: The prehistory of Cranborne Chase. Parker Pearson, M 1993 Bronze Age Britain. The flint work is being examined and it has been proposed that the lower fills of the ditch are of Late Bronze Age date.
Bruck, J 1999 Houses, lifecycles and deposition on Middle Bronze Age settlements in southern England, Proc Prehist Soc 65, 145-166. 1999 Excavation of an extensive Late Bronze Age settlement at Shorncote Quarry, near Cirencester, 1995-6. Yates, D T 1999 Bronze Age field systems in the Thames Valley, Oxford Journal of Archaeology 18, 157-170. Scheduling may provide certain types of legal protection to sites but even ploughing often very destructive can still be legally undertaken in some situations, resulting in a gradual destruction of archaeological remains.
A new third ditch running from east to west, possibly joining the large ditch running north to south, was one of the first features to be revealed. Burgess, C 1969 The Later Bronze Age in the British Isles and North-Western France, Archaeol Journ 125, 1-45. The majority of Sussex wool and wool-fells were exported through Shoreham, Chichester and Seaford, with more eastern ports such as Pevensey and Winchelsea playing a lesser role.
Ellison, A 1980a Settlements and regional exchange: a case study. This style of building appears to be somewhat earlier than that of all-flint rubble construction.
While the ditch produced significant finds, the bank produced only a very limited number of artefacts of any description over the 15.
2002 The life cycle of Bronze Age metalwork from the Thames.
Sampson, A 2006 Offshore finds from the Bronze Age in North West Europe: the shipwreck scenario revisited.