4 edition of Roman finds from Exeter found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 295-304) and index.
|Statement||Exeter City Council|
|Publishers||Exeter City Council|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 128 p. :|
|Number of Pages||62|
|3||Exeter archaeological reports ;|
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The Royal Albert Memorial Museum are set to decide which of these finds it will take, with the agreement of the developer as the current owner. They landed at a Pegwell Bay on the Isle of Thanet and were met by a force of Britons. The great hillforts of and Maiden Castle were a part of this offensive campaign. The exact locations of the sites hasn't been made public due to the risk of treasure hunters getting to the sites before they are properly catalogued but they are all in the Tamar Valley 'The South West arguably has the most comprehensive LiDAR data yet available in the UK and we are using this to map as much of the historic environment as possible,' said Dr Smart.
Read on in the magazine or on Roman finds from Exeter new website,which details of all the content of the magazine. Investigations on the site of the new bus station and leisure centre have confirmed that any remains that were present were destroyed over most of the site by the construction of the present bus station back in the early 1960s, when there was no planning requirement for developers to record remains.
Archaeologists have excavated incredible new evidence of the Roman fortress and barracks which occupied a chunk of riverside Exeter. One of the ways in which Rome brought their newly-conquered subjects into the fold was through the establishment of civitates, Roman finds from Exeter centres based on old tribal regions.
Stephen Greep on behalf of the organising committee Conference Programme please note due to the nature of the conference timings are approximate and liable to change — a final programme will be sent to all participants closer to the Conference Day One: Friday 16 th April 2021 Session One: Research at The University of Exeter Chair and Welcome Dr Ioana Oltean, University of Exeter 09.
"I look forward to in due course to seeing the published report and hopefully some of the finds on display. This latest edition in the English Heritage Guidelines series focuses on the identification, investigation and interpretation of glassworking evidence at sites in England from the Bronze Age until the 20th century. There are several Saxon invasions. A probable Iron Age or Roman enclosed settlement, defined by a bank and ditch red arrows.
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