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|Statement||by Vera I. Evison ; with contributions from D. Allen ... [et al.].|
|Series||Monograph (Hampshire Field Club and Archaeological Society) -- v. 4|
|Contributions||Hampshire Field Club and Archaeological Society.|
|LC Classifications||DA690.A57 E95|
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Author: Vera L. Evison. The Alton Hoard of Iron Age coins and jewellery was found in the vicinity of the town in and is now in the British Museum.A Roman road ran from Chichester to Silchester and there is evidence of a Roman posting station at Neatham near Alton, probably called Vindomis, and a ford across the River ies later, an Anglo-Saxon settlement was established in the area OS grid reference: SU An Anglo-Saxon cemetery at Alton, Hampshire.
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An Anglo Saxon Cemetery at Alton, Evison (), Hampshire Field Club & Arch Soc, Monograph 4. Various items, including the buckle, are on display at the Curtis Museum, Alton. Series by Dave Allen, Sarah Gould, Lesley Johnson, Jane. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.
An Anglo-Saxon cemetery at Alton, Hampshire by Vera I. Evison; 2 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Anglo-Saxons, Antiquities, Cemeteries; Places: Alton (Hampshire), Alton (Hampshire, England), England.
Buy Anglo-Saxon Cemetery at Alton, Hampshire by V. Evison from Waterstones today. Click and Hampshire book from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £Pages: Origins. A Roman road ran from Chichester to Silchester and there is evidence of a Roman posting station at Neatham near Alton, probably called Vindomis, and a ford across the River ies later, a Saxon settlement was established in the area and a large seventh century cemetery has been discovered during building excavations.
It contained a selection of grave District: East Hampshire. Alton Alton. Looking north east along the High Street Alton Alton shown within Hampshire Populat ( Census) Author: Whyj. Buy An Anglo-Saxon Cemetery at Alton, Hampshire (Hampshire Field Club) by Evison, V I (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : V I Evison. A large seventh century cemetery was discovered during building work, revealing some valuable archeological finds. Saxon grave goods found at the site are now displayed at the Curtis Museum. These include the Alton Buckle, considered one of the finest pieces of Anglo Saxon craftsmanship discovered in Hampshire.
The Hampshire Field Club & Archaeological Society is a local history and archaeological society for Hampshire, was founded in by Thomas W. Shore. It publishes a newsletter, monograms and other longer publications, and a journal Hampshire Studies: Proceedings of the Hampshire Field Club and Archaeological society has published the second.
An Anglo Saxon Cemetery at Alton, Evison (), Hampshire Field Club & Arch Soc, Monograph 4. Various items, including the buckle, are on display at the Curtis Museum, Alton.
Series by Dave Allen, Sarah Gould, Lesley Johnson, Jane King, Peter Stone, with help from Stacie Elliot. Its most valuable exhibit is the wonderful Alton Buckle the finest piece of Anglo-Saxon craftsmanship to have been found in Hampshire.
The Curtis Museum in Alton, Hampshire. Allen Gallery. Close to the museum is the Allen Gallery. This gallery deserves plenty of time to browse its wonderful collection of ceramics – a large and varied. Anglo-Saxon There are several documents of Anglo-Saxon date that have, in the past, been associated with Alton, for example, the will of King Alfred which included a bequest of land at Aweltune but there is doubt whether the land was at Alton, Hampshire or Alton Priors, Wiltshire (Doubleday and Page; Sawyer).
2File Size: 4MB. Alton is a historic market town in stands by the source of the River Wey's North Branch and is reputed to be the highest town in Hampshire. The town of Alton began as a Roman settlement known as was recorded in the Domesday Book of under the name Aoltone, and is notable for having the most valuable market recorded in the reference: SU Proc.
Hampshire Field Club Archaeol. Soc. 61,(Hampshire Studies ) CHANGING BURIAL PRACTICE IN SEVENTH-CENTURY HAMPSHIRE: THE ANGLO-SAXON CEMETERY AT PORTWAY WEST, ANDOVER By NICK STOODLEY ABSTRACT The seventh century cemetery at Partway West ruas the successor to the late fifth to sixth century one File Size: 3MB.
Alton is a market town and civil parish in the East Hampshire district of Hampshire, England. It is located across a valley on the source of the River Wey According to the census, it has a population of 17, The town is famous for its connection with Sweet Fanny ct: East Hampshire.
Centuries later, an Anglo-Saxon settlement was established in the area and a large 7th-century cemetery has been discovered during building excavations.
It contained a selection of grave goods which included the Alton Buckle which is on display in the Curtis Museum, and is considered to be the finest piece of Anglo Saxon craftsmanship found in. Gingell, The excavation of an early Anglo-Saxon cemetery at Collingbourne Ducis, Wilts.
Wiltshire Arch. and Natural Hist. Magazine 70/71, (), Show more. Anglo Saxon Hampshire was pivotal, in both time and place, in the history of England Little is known of the events that unfolded in the years when the Romans made their withdrawal from Britain.
The Romans made scant records of. This volume provides a report on the excavation of an important Anglo-Saxon cemetery at Worthy Park, Kingsworthy in Hampshire. The excavations uncovered 94 inhumation graves and 46 cremations within an area of approximately square metres, but many others remained inaccessible to the excavators and the cemetery may have contained twice this number of.
Alton is a historic market town and civil parish in the East Hampshire district of the English county of had a population of 16, at the census and is administered by East Hampshire district council.
It is located on the source of the River Wey and is the highest town in Hampshire. It also is home to Treloar College, the National Specialist college for Young District: East Hampshire. Burial in Later Anglo-Saxon England, c AD Book Description: Traditionally the study of early medieval burial practices in England has focused on the furnished burials of the early Anglo-Saxon period with those of the later centuries perceived as uniform and therefore uninteresting.
Alton is a market town and civil parish in Hampshire, near the source of the River the census, it had a population of 17, Alton was recorded in the Domesday Survey of as Aoltone. During the Saxon period Alton was known as Aweltun; the Battle of Alton occurred in the town during the English Civil has connections with Sweet Fanny Adams and Jane District: East Hampshire.
Centuries later, an Anglo-Saxon settlement was established in the area and a large 7th century cemetery has been discovered during building excavations. It contained a selection of grave goods which included the Alton Buckle which is on display in the Curtis Museum, and is considered to be the finest piece of Anglo Saxon craftsmanship found in.
Browse and buy a vast selection of Local History (Hampshire) Books and Collectibles on Mill Hill Anglo-Saxon cemetery is a place of burial. It is located close to the town of Deal in Kent, South-East ing to the Middle Anglo-Saxon period, it was part of the much wider tradition of burial in Early Anglo-Saxon nates: 51°12′26″N 1°22′53″E.
Hampshire at the beginning of the twentieth century had boundaries largely established during the Anglo-Saxon period, reconstructable from the late eleventh-century Domesday Book (Munby, ed.
); it begins the twenty-first without a substantial part of its south-western corner, having lost Christchurch, the ancient Twynham, to Dorset. the cemetery was anAnglo-Saxon execution cemetery, the only known example from northern England, and the site is set into its wider context in the paper.
This paper offers a new perspective on a previously insecurely dated Anglo-Saxon cemetery at Walkington Wold in east Yorkshire (Fig. The results of excavations at the siteFile Size: KB.
– Anglo-Saxon burial site with about graves of men, women and children along with jewelry, spears, knives and bone combs have been discovered at an army site, where anti-tank weaponry was tested during World War Two.
The discovery was made near Bulford in Wiltshire, on land where new homes are planned. An Anglo-Saxon Cemetery at Alton, Hampshire (Hampshire Field Club, Monograph 4) by EVISON, Vera I.
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Kings Worthy Primary School is a medium-sized school in the heart of Kings Worthy, Winchester, has around pupils and 25 staff. It is a state school for pupils aged from At the school, pupils finish by taking their year six SATS school was established in District: City of Winchester.
The Anglo-Saxon cemetery m north of Comps Farm contains mixed inhumation and cremation burials. The cemetery is unexcavated apart from the three burials which led to the discovery of the site.
It is one of three in a relatively small area of approximately km and indicates a concentration of Anglo-Saxon interest in this area. A Pagan Anglo-Saxon Cemetery at Norton-on-Tees: In the summer ofchildren playing on a rope-swing beside Mill Lane noticed human bones in the hollow scoured out by their feet.
The Police were initially called, who in turn called in the archaeologists. 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 line along, or just to the west of, the limestone edge.
"Costume Groups in Hampshire and Their Bearing on the Question of Jutish Settlement in the Later 5th and 6th Centuries AD" published on 16 Mar by Brill. Buy Two Anglo-Saxon Cemeteries at Winnall, Winchester, Hampshire by Audrey L. Meaney, Sonia Chadwick Hawkes (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Audrey L. Meaney, Sonia Chadwick Hawkes. Anglo-Saxon inhumation and cremation cemetery Reasons for Designation Beginning in the fifth century AD, there is evidence from distinctive burials and cemeteries, new settlements, and new forms of pottery and metalwork, of the immigration into Britain of settlers from northern Europe, bringing with them new religious beliefs.
Rome2rio makes travelling from Snape Anglo-Saxon Cemetery to Stirling easy. Rome2rio is a door-to-door travel information and booking engine, helping you get to and from any location in the world. Find all the transport options for your trip .Archaeologists from MOLA have uncovered an important Anglo-Saxon cemetery in an excavation funded by Historic England in advance of a conservation and fishing lake and flood defence system at Wensum View in Norfolk.
- HeritageDaily - Archaeology News.A PREHISTORIC AND ANGLO-SAXON BURIAL GROUND PORTS DOWN, PORTSMOUTH ABSTRACT A Bronze Age 'Wessex' cremation which, it must be supposed was surmounted by a barrow1, together with secondary Bronze Age burials, provided a focus for Saxon interments.
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