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Roman temple on Hayling Island, second interim report on excavations 1977

Robert R. Downey

Roman temple on Hayling Island, second interim report on excavations 1977

by Robert R. Downey

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Published by [R. Downey] in London .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Hayling Island (England),
  • England,
  • Hayling Island.
    • Subjects:
    • Romans -- England -- Hayling Island.,
    • Temples, Roman -- England -- Hayling Island.,
    • Excavations (Archaeology) -- England -- Hayling Island.,
    • Hayling Island (England) -- Antiquities, Roman.

    • Edition Notes

      Statement[by] Robert Downey, Anthony King, Grahame Soffe.
      ContributionsKing, Anthony, joint author., Soffe, Grahame, joint author.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDA670.H3 D683
      The Physical Object
      Pagination[3], 18 p., [3] leaves of plates (2 fold) :
      Number of Pages18
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4295222M
      LC Control Number78323202

      The Lunt Roman Fort is the archaeological site of a Roman fort, of unknown name, in the Roman province of is open to the public and located in the village of Baginton on the south eastern outskirts of fort has now been fully excavated and partially reconstructed; the wooden gateway was rebuilt by the Royal Engineers using the same tools and techniques that the Coordinates: Coordinates: 52°22′22″N 1°29′48″W . Interim report 2 29/11/ Preamble The publication on Britons and Romans ( – eds Millet & James), endorsed by English Heritage, specifically commented upon the recent excavations () of the Sussex Archaeological Society, and their contribution to a key research agenda – the Iron Age-Roman.

      A direct Roman Road from Winchester to Chichester has been located. In filling the gaps in our published map by air photography it became clear it was a two or three lane highway. These have been located on the ground in many places, and shows that it is a huge road, with one lane forming terraces 40' wide, and two lanes around 25' wide. Excavations at Fishbourne, Second Interim Report, by Barry Cunliffe, published March in The Antiquaries Journal (vol. 43 issue 1, article, pp) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib ] View Online.

        Recent excavations just outside the walls of Roman Cirencester revealed the unexpected survival of parts of a town cemetery — and gave the best glimpse for 40 years of Corinium‘s occupants. Neil Holbrook, Ed McSloy, and Jonny Geber explained the results to Matthew Symonds. It started as a watching brief in Though Bridges [ ]. ‘Life before the Anglo-Saxon minster’: Interim Report on University of Reading Excavations at Lyminge, Introduction The excavations, conducted in a trench measuring 40m x 25m, took place within a parcel of land sandwiched between the grounds of the .


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The Roman Temple on Hayling Island, Second Interim Report on Excavations by Robert Downey, Anthony King, et al. | 1 Jan Unknown Binding. Downey R., King A.C.

and Soffe G. The Hayling Island temple and religious connections across the Channel. In W. Rodwell (ed.) Ely T. Roman Hayling: a contribution to the history of Roman Britain (2nd ed.).

London, Taylor and Francis. In addition, despite the abandonment of Hayling Island as temple site by the late Roman period, coinage continues to deposited in this location up until the fourth century (King and Soffe   Excavations at the Roman Temple in Lydney Park, Gloucestershire in and - Volume 79 - P J Casey, B Hoffmann, J DoreCited by: 9.

Late Iron Age shrine at Hayling Island (on the site where the Roman Temple remains are) Hayling Island has one of the best example of an Iron Age temple in Britain. Here, a circular shrine dating to the mid 1st century BC was surrounded by a number of enclosures, and contained large quantities of votive offerings.

RIB Online is part of LatinNow, a project that has received funding from the European Research Council (ERC) under the European Union's Horizon research and innovation programme under grant agreement No The site at Hayling Island was first excavated at the beginning of this century (Ely ), but at that time the form and nature of non-classical temples was poorly understood and the temple not recognised for what it was.

Lewis (), in his review of evidence for temples in Roman Britain, recorded the existence of the site as a possibleFile Size: 2MB. King, A. & Soffe, G. Hayling Island: a Gallo-Roman temple in Britain, and A bibliography of the Iron Age and Roman temple on Hayling Island, in D.

Rudling (ed.), Ritual Landscapes of Roman South-East England, King's Lynn: Heritage Marketing & Publications. THE ROMAN TEMPLE ON BREAN DOWN, SOMERSET The Roman Temple on Brean Down, Somerset An Interim Report on the Excavations By A. APSIMON Brean Down is a limestone headland projecting into the Bristol Channel on the south side of Weston-super-MareBay.

The Roman temple is on the eastern of the two summits of the Down, ft. above sea Size: KB. EXCAVATIONS AT THE ROMAN TEMPLE IN LYDNEY PARK, GLOUCESTERSHIRE IN AND By P J Casey, FSA and B Hoffmann with a report on the pottery by J Dore, FSA Re-examination of the published evidence from the excavation of the Temple of Nodens at Lydney, Gloucestershire, by R E M Wheeler, FSA suggested a more complicated structural.

The basis of this book are excavations undertaken by Ernest Greenfield at the site of a Roman villa at Great Witcombe. The excavations and the finds are presented in detail. It is suggested that the villa belonged to the descendants of a veteran, settled on an estate established here at the foundation of the colonia at Gloucester.

This book is published in association with English Heritage. gkumar wrote:Excavations of the Roman city of Sepphoris have uncovered numerous detailed mosaics depicting several readily identifiable animal species: a hare, a patridge, and various Mediterraneanmost of the species represented did not live in the Sepphoris region when these mosaics were created.

Since identical motifs appear in mosaics found in other Roman cities. Excavations at Chester, the Roman fortress baths: excavation and recording by D J P Mason, excavation /4 directed by D F Petch, In this definitive report David Mason draws together the discoveries made by generations of antiquaries but focuses on.

Excavations at Brancaster andby John Hinchliffe with Christopher Sparey-Green Roman pp, 94fig, 22pls, £, OUT OF PRINT. South Hayling station 19c ed NRM A second photograph (8), apparently taken on the same day, has identified the guard as Robert Outen.

He was promoted to guard on the Hayling branch on the 12th March at a wage of £s-0d per week. 8/LB&SCR plan of Hayling Island Stationdated 1st January and initialed the. Cambridge Latin Stage 16 Culture. STUDY. Flashcards. Learn. Write. Spell. Test. PLAY. Match.

Gravity. Created by. Grace_Son5. Terms in this set (18) In excavations at Fishbourne, what three things have been found that date back to the time of the Roman Invasion.

Pieces of metal, helmet, grainery. The burial was aligned East-West and the bones were carbon dated to CE (Ref: GU). The main temple area was relocated and the outside of the outer wall was found to be covered in red plaster.

Further excavations uncovered the second irregularly shaped temple structure originally thought to be in the shape of a tear drop. He has worked on many of the iconic British excavations including Fishbourne Roman Palace, Danebury Hillfort and Hengistbury Head. He is an authority on the Iron Age and the Celts, and the author of many scholarly and popular publications including The Oxford Illustrated History of Prehistoric Europe, Britain Begins, and The Celts, A Very Short Author: Barry Cunliffe.

EXCAVATIONS AT TOURNERBURY, HAYLING ISLAND, and By RICHARD BRADLEY and MICHAEL FULFORD INTRODUCTION TOURNERBURY is a univallate ringwork of hectares on the east shoreline of Hayling Island (SZ ).

The earthwork occupies a raised tongue of land extending between two former tidal inlets and commands the. animal remains from temples in roman brit ain A notable faunal deposit from the temple enclosure, close to the peripheral wall, was a large quantity of oysters.Excavations at Springhead Roman Town scale, of parts of the Roman settlement.

As a result of these implications, a programme of archaeological investigation was recommended by English Heritage as an essential condition of the consent to carry out the work.

The first phase of the project comprised a desktop assessment which summarised the results ofFile Size: 1MB.Excavations from –81 within a ten hectare area south of the scheduled villa at Chignall St James, showed continuous development from a Middle Iron Age settlement into a prosperous Roman estate.

Unusually high proportions of cattle bone indicate the centrality of stock-keeping in the site’s economy throughout the Roman period.