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Animal bones from excavations in Colchester, 1971-85
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|Statement||Rosemary Luff ; with a contribution by Don Brothwell.|
|Series||Colchester archaeological report -- 12|
|Contributions||Brothwell, D. R., Colchester Archaeological Trust.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||158|
Catalog Record: The Roman small finds from excavations in Colchester, | HathiTrust Digital Library. Skip to main; Skip to similar items; Home; Menu. About. Welcome to HathiTrust; Animal bones from excavations in Colchester, Author Luff, Rosemary-Margaret. Published Full text of "Wiltshire archaeological and natural history magazine" See other formats.
Bibliography for Terracotta Figurines to AD for the Years Bibliographic references are taken from Dyabola among other sources. Additional references are most welcome and can be sent to the Webmaster, Christine Aubry ([email protected]). Report Roman pottery from excavations in Colchester by R P Symonds and S Wade (eds P Bidwell and A Croom) forthcoming. Report Camulodunum 2. by C F C Hawkes and Philip Crummy, ISBN 0 03 5. Report Animal bone from excavations in Colchester, by Rosemary Luff, ISBN 0 00 0.
Wessex Archaeology was commissioned by Enviros Consulting Ltd, (the Client) to undertake an archaeological field evaluation on the Maltings Academy, Spinks Lane, Witham, Essex (hereafter ‘the Site’), centred on National Grid Reference A planning application was submitted to Braintree District Council for the redevelopment of the Site and the Historic Environment Officer. Broken pottery, animal bones, flintwork, broken axes and tools, and worn-out querns all lie discarded in deposits, suggesting that the ditches were used as middens. Soil was occasionally thrown over these deposits, probably to stifle the smell which must inevitably have been associated with such dumps.
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Animal bones from excavations in Colchester, Colchester: Colchester Archaeological Trust, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Rosemary-Margaret Luff; D R Brothwell; Colchester Archaeological Trust.
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Excavations at Culver Street, the Gilberd School, and other sites in Colchester – Colchester Archaeological Reports. 6: Colchester. Crummy, P. Cited by: CAR Animal bone from excavations in Colchester, by Rosemary Luff, ISBN 0 00 0 Price: £ pages, 1 microfiche.
A detailed analysis and synthesis of the faunal remains from Colchester by an author drawing on her extensive work elsewhere in the region. Email your librarian or administrator to recommend adding this book to your organisation's collection.
Eating and Drinking in Roman Britain. Roman Vessel Glass from Excavations in Colchester – Animal Bones from Excavations in Colchester, – Colchester Archaeological Reports. Colchester. Mackreth. Colchester Archaeological Report Animal bones from excavations in Colchester, (CAR 12) is a study of the faunal remains which the Trust recovered during our large area excavations in Colchester in Pork was popular at Colchester thoughout the Roman period, as shown by the quantities of pig bones which we recovered from.
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Luff, R.M. Animal Bones from Excavations in Colchester, Colchester Archaeol. Rep. 12, Colchester. Luff, R.M. 'Animal and human bones' in Turner, R. Excavations of an Iron Age Settlement and Roman Religious Complex at Ivy Chimneys, Witham. Colchester Archaeological Trust CAR Report summary (Click on report title to view full report in PDF format) Colchester Archaeological Report 7: Post-Roman pottery from excavations in Colchester, by John P Cotter (with contributions from Catherine Hills and M J Hughes) Date report completed: Location: Map reference(s).
Colchester claims to be Britain's oldest recorded town. Its claim is based on a reference by Pliny the Elder, the Roman writer, in his Natural History (Historia Naturalis) in 77 described Anglesey as "about miles ( km) from Camulodunum, a town in Britain", where Camulodunum was the Roman name for is claimed that this is the first known reference to any named.
The burials ranged in date from the 5th century B.C. to the 6th century A.D., and about skeletons were preserved for study.
This volume publishes the results of these excavations and examines the evidence for changing burial practices in the Greek city, the Roman colony, and a Christian town. The to Excavations in the Vicus at Malton, North Yorkshire, Yorks.
Archaeol. Rep. Yorks. Archaeol. Soc. H.E.M. and Price, J. Roman Vessel Glass from Excavations in Colchester Colchester Archaeol. Rep. 8 A. A Guide to the Measurement of Animal Bones from Archaeological Sites. Peabody Mus. Bull. Harvard. A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the : Brian Ayers.
human bones, animal bones and plant remains, which may be diffi cult to read fo r the non-specialist, and are often poorly integrated in the general interpretationAuthor: Umberto Albarella.
Animal Bones from Excavations in Colchester, Colchester Archaeological Report Colchester: Colchester Archaeological Trust.
Animal Bones from Flaxengate, Lincoln, c The Archaeology of Lincoln XVIII Lincoln: Lincolnshire Archaeological Trust. ().Author: Umberto Albarella. Feeding the city: zooarchaeological perspectives on urban provisioning and consumption behaviours in post-medieval England (AD - AD) Animal Bones from Excavations in Colchester, Colchester Archaeological Report ().
Animal bones from Flaxengate,Author: Rebecca Louise Gordon. The coins from excavations in Colchester, by Nina C r u m m y (ed), ISBN 0 6 5 Report 5: The post-Roman small finds from excavations in Colchester, by Nina Crummy, ISBN 0 7 3 R e p o r t 6: Excavations at Culver Street, the Gilberd School, and miscellaneous sites in Colchester, Colchester, Medieval Finds from Excavations in London VI: the Medieval Household: Daily Living c.London: HMSO.
[Google Scholar], 99 The majority of the pottery assemblage was recovered from the ‘Deep Ditch’ ( sherds, ENVkg).Author: Rachel S. Cubitt, Robert Hartle, Michael Marshall, Beth Richardson, Gary Bankhead, Julian Bowsher, V. In: Luff R (ed) Animal Bones from Excavations in Colchester, – Colchester Archaeological Report, Colchester Archaeological Trust, Colchester, pp – Google Scholar Maddy KT () Disseminated coccioidomycosis of the by: 4.A catalogue card for úis book is available from the British Library.cutting and surface treatment Human and animal bones are not usually drawn unless there is some evidencefor artefact.Colchester has produced little Cybele material, but there is a head of Artis among the collections of the Colchester Museum.
Among the Group 1 graves containing jet bears, that from Trier contained a hairpin with pine-cone head, which may also be a reference to the rites of the Great Goddess through the pine tree's association with : August Hunt.