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  1. New light on the Neolithic of Northern England

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    New light on the Neolithic of Northern England

    2021
    Summary: "These papers highlight recent archaeological work in Northern England, in the commercial, academic and community archaeology sectors, which have fundamentally changed our perspective on the Neolithic of the area. Much of this was new work (and much is still not published) and has been overlooked in the national discourse. The papers cover a wide geographical area, from Lancashire north into the Scottish Lowlands, recognising the irrelevance of the England/Scotland Border. They also take a broad chronological sweep, from the Mesolithic/Neolithic transition to the introduction of Beakers into the area. The key themes are: the nature of transition; the need for a much-improved chronological framework; regional variation linked to landscape character; links within northern England and with distant places; the implications of new dating for our understanding of the axe trade; the changing nature of settlement and agriculture; the character of early Neolithic enclosures; and the need to integrate rock art into wider discourse."
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    Gill Hey, Paul Frodsham
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    Print version: Hey, Gill ; New Light on the Neolithic of Northern England, Introducing New Light on the Neolithic of Northern England -- 1. Langdale and the northern Neolithic -- 2. Stainton West: a late Mesolithic and early Neolithic site on the banks of the River Eden -- 3. The last hunter of a wise race: evidence for Neolithic practices in northern England -- 4. 'Weird and atypical, even degenerate' ... or then again, maybe not? Early Neolithic enclosures in the North -- 5. Documenting English rock art: a review of the 'big picture', 6. New light on the Neolithic: a perspective from north-east England -- 7. Street House in the Neolithic period -- 8. Recent work on the Neolithic landscapes of Cumbria and North Lancashire -- 9. Out of the shadows: an emerging Neolithic in the Yorkshire Dales -- 10. 'A most noble work', at the heart of Neolithic Britain. Some thoughts on the Long Meg complex in the light of recent fieldwork -- 11. A view from north of the border -- 12. Monumentality in Neolithic Britain: the case of south-west Scotland -- 13. A new survey of the Carles stone circle, Castlerigg, Cumbria, 14. Two newly-identified possible 'hengiform' monuments in the North Pennines -- 15. The end of the Neolithic? Early Bell Beaker groups in northern England
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    9781789252699, 9781789252675, 1789252695, 1789252679
    Udgiver: 
    Oxbow Books
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  2. A Book about Lawyers

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    Print version: Zang, Phillip C. ; A Book about Lawyers, Description based upon print version of record
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    9781536193626, 1536193623
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    1 online resource (333 s.)
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    Nova Science Publishers, Incorporated
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  3. Living opposite to the hospital of St John : excavations in medieval Northampton, 2014

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    Living opposite to the hospital of St John : excavations in medieval Northampton, 2014

    2021
    Living Opposite to the Hospital of St John: Excavations in Medieval Northampton 2014 presents the results of archaeological investigations undertaken on the site of new county council offices being built between St. John's street and Angel Street, Northampton in 2014. The location was of interest as it lay directly opposite the former medieval hospital of St. John, which influenced the development of this area of the town.0Initially open ground situated outside the Late Saxon burh, the area was extensively quarried for ironstone during the earlier part of the 12th century, and by the mid-12th century, a few dispersed buildings began to appear. Domestic pits and a bread oven were located to the rear of Angel Street along with a carver's workshop, which, amongst other goods, produced high-quality antler chess pieces. This workshop is currently without known parallel. The timber workshop was refurbished once and then replaced in stone by the mid-13th century. During the late 12th and early part of the 13th centuries, brewing and baking were undertaken in the two plots adjacent to the workshop. A stone building with a cobbled floor lay towards the centre of the St. John's street frontage, and behind the building were four wells, a clay-lined tank for water drawn from the well, and several ovens, including at least two bread ovens and three malting ovens. This activity ceased at around the time that the carver's workshop was replaced in stone, and much of the frontage was cleared.0Subsequently, although there was still one building standing on St. John's street in the early 15th century, the former cleared ground was gradually incorporated back into the plots, perhaps as gardens adjoining the surviving late medieval tenement. The stone tenement was extended and refurbished in the late 15th century and was occupied until c. 1600. Another building was established on Fetter Street after c. 1450 but had disappeared by c. 1550. However, this is the first archaeological indication for the existence of Fetter Street, and further demarcation occurred in this period with a rear boundary ditch being established along the back of the Angel Street plot, separating the land to the south. In the 17th-18th centuries, the area was covered by the dark loamy soils of gardens and orchards until the construction of stables and terraced buildings on the site, which would stand into the Victorian period and beyond
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    Sander Aerts, Olly Dindol
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    9781789699371, 1789699371
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    Archaeopress Publishing
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  4. Iron Age and Roman settlement at Highflyer Farm, Ely, Cambridgeshire

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    Iron Age and Roman settlement at Highflyer Farm, Ely, Cambridgeshire

    2021
    Summary: This volume presents the results of archaeological work carried out by MOLA (Museum of London Archaeology) at Highflyer Farm in 2018. Remains dating from the Neolithic to the post-medieval period were recorded, with most of the activity occurring between the early Iron Age and late Roman periods
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    Print version, Cover -- Title Page -- Copyright page -- Contents Page -- List of Figures -- Introduction -- Figure 1.1. Site location (scale 1:4000) -- Figure 1.2. Dated and undated features plan (scale 1:1750) -- Figure 1.3. Drone shot of site, looking south-west -- Figure 1.4. Site shown to the general public -- Figure 1.5. Phased plan (scale 1:1750) -- The archaeological evidence -- Figure 2.1. Late Neolithic-early Bronze Age and early Iron Age features (scale 1:1500) -- Figure 2.2. Pit [340], looking north-west. -- Figure 2.3. Section of pit [643] (scale 1:25), Figure 2.4. Pit [5408] and adjacent ditch [5406], during evaluation works, looking north-east -- Figure 2.5. Pit [1876], looking north-west -- Figure 2.6. Middle Iron Age features plan (scale 1:1000) -- Figure 2.7. Ring ditch southern side, looking north-west -- Figure 2.8. Drone shot of ring ditch, looking north -- Figure 2.9. Middle Iron Age southern area (scale 1:500) -- Figure 2.10. Middle Iron Age sub-phases (scale 1:750) -- Figure 2.11. Burial [510] -- Figure 2.12. Late Iron Age features (scale 1:1500) -- Figure 2.13. Section of ditches [279] and [281] (scale 1:25), Figure 2.14. Early Roman features (scale 1:1500) -- Figure 2.15. Section of ditch [574] and pit [576] (scale 1:25) -- Figure 2.16. Section of feature [213] (scale 1:50) -- Figure 2.17. Early Roman features, northern area (scale 1:500) -- Figure 2.18. Posthole [955] truncating undated pit, looking north-east -- Figure 2.19. Middle Roman features (scale 1:1500 -- insert 1:600) -- Figure 2.20. Northern and eastern routeways with obscuring soil spread at junction -- Figure 2.21. Plan of Trench 56 (scale 1:200) -- Figure 2.22. Dog burial within context (1952), Figure 2.23. Bone deposit within south-west corner of E15 -- Figure 2.24. Sections 387 and 414 (scale 1:25 -- 1:50) -- Figure 2.25. Middle Roman, central internal features (scale 1:500) -- Figure 2.26. Well [1414] and ditch [1416], looking south-west -- Figure 2.27. Sections of pits [1651], [1758] and [1732] (scale 1:50) -- Figure 2.28. Ditch [18], looking north-west -- Figure 2.29. Rows of postholes, looking north-west -- Figure 2.30. Sections of postholes [1285], [1299] and [1336] (scale 1:25) -- Figure 2.31. Section of [1819] (scale 1:100) -- Figure 2.32. Remains of lamb within pit [1512], Figure 2.33. Late Roman features (scale 1:1500) -- Figure 2.34. Ditch [198], looking north-west -- Figure 2.35. Latest Roman features (scale 1:1500) -- Figure 2.36. Ditch [1781] and feature [1779] of E29, looking north-west -- Figure 2.37. Sheep/goat remains within pit [105], looking south -- Figure 2.38. Early to middle Saxon and late Saxon features (scale 1:1500) -- Figure 2.39. Plan of sunken-featured building [1373] (scale 1:25) -- Figure 2.40. Sunken-featured building [1373], looking west -- Figure 2.41. Antler comb found during evaluation works (scale 20mm)
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    9781789698435, 178969843X
    Udgiver: 
    Archaeopress Archaeology
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  5. Manchester Cathedral : a history of the collegiate church and cathedral, 1421 to the present

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    Manchester Cathedral : a history of the collegiate church and cathedral, 1421 to the present

    2021
    Founded in 1421, the Collegiate Church of Manchester, which became a cathedral in 1847, is of outstanding historical and architectural importance. But until now it has not been the subject of a comprehensive study. Appearing on the 600th anniversary of the Cathedral's inception by Henry V, this book explores the building's past and its place at the heart of the world's first industrial city, touching on everything from architecture and music to misericords and stained glass. Written by a team of renowned experts and beautifully illustrated with more than 100 photographs, this history of the 'Collegiate Church' is at the same time a history of the English church in miniature
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    Bidrag af: 
    Jeremy Gregory
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    Print version: Manchester Cathedral, 1 'A perpetual college': writing the history of Manchester's Collegiate Church and Cathedral -- Jeremy Gregory 2 The pre-collegiate church: origins and early development -- Peter Arrowsmith 3 From foundation to Reformation, 1421-1558 -- Lucy Wooding 4 Manchester Collegiate Church, 1558-1660 -- Ian Atherton 5 The Collegiate Church under the Old Regime, 1660-1829 -- Henry Rack 6 From 'The O'wd Church' to Manchester Cathedral, 1830-1914 -- Arthur Burns 7 The Cathedral, 1914-83 -- Matthew Grimley 8 The Cathedral, 1983 to the present -- Jeremy Morris 9 Architecture -- Clare Hartwell 10 Music -- Sarah Boyer 11 Memorials -- Terry Wyke 12 Misericords -- John Dickinson 13 Stained glass -- Marion McClintockIndex
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    9781526161277, 9781526161253, 1526161273, 1526161257
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    Manchester University Press
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  6. Excavations at Stanground South, Peterborough : prehistoric, Roman and post-medieval settlement along the margins of the fens

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    Excavations at Stanground South, Peterborough : prehistoric, Roman and post-medieval settlement along the margins of the fens

    2021
    Summary: This volume is a report of archaeological excavations at Stanground South undertaken by MOLA between September 2007 and November 2009 on behalf of Persimmon Homes (East Midlands) Ltd and in accordance with a programme of works overseen by CgMs Heritage. The work involved five areas of set-piece excavation and a series of strip map and record areas
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    9781789698459, 1789698456
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    ARCHAEOPRESS
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  7. Langs dragelandets kyst

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    Langs dragelandets kyst

    I: Motor, Nr. 4 (2021), S. 74-79
    Følg den walisiske kystlinje fra Cardiff i syd til Llandudno i nord
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    S. 74-79
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  8. A Vanishing Landscape : archaeological investigations at blakeney eye, norfolk

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    A Vanishing Landscape : archaeological investigations at blakeney eye, norfolk

    2021
    Summary: This volume presents a report on the archaeological excavation of a small building on the Norfolk coast, locally known as 'Blakeney Chapel', in advance of expected coastal erosion at Blakeney Eye. The investigations produced evidence for multi-period occupation, with abandonments driven by the ever-changing climate
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    Print version: Field, Naomi ; A Vanishing Landscape: Archaeological Investigations at Blakeney Eye, Norfolk, Cover -- Title Page -- Copyright page -- Contents Page -- List of Figures and Plates -- Chapter 1: The Site and its Historical Setting -- Figure 1.1 Blakeney Eye Site location showing some of the places mentioned in the text. -- Figure 1.2 Aerial view of the excavations, looking east, showing the site in relation to the modern coastline and cut of the River Glaven prior to its realignment. Photo Graham Lubbock © National Trust. -- Figure 1.3 Blakeney Eye. Location of evaluation and excavation trenches 2003-2005, Figure 1.4 Map of Blakeney Haven and the Port of Cley. Colour copy of the 1586 map, based on copies made in 1846. (© Godfrey Sayers 1992). -- Figure 1.5 Extract from a Plan of Blakeney Parish 1769 by William and Corba Cranefield. -- Figure 1.6 Extract from a Map of Norfolk , surveyed 1790-94, published 1797 by William Faden. -- Figure 1.7 Extract from the OS 1:2500 map of 1887. -- Chapter 2: Topography and Setting of Blakeney Eye, Figure 2.1 Aerial photograph of Blakeney Eye and Freshes with the excavated building marked and the embankment constructed to reclaim part of the saltmarsh. Apparent ridge and furrow can be seen in fields B and D on this image and very clearly on LiDAR i -- Figure 2.2 High definition Lidar plot of Blakeney and Cley Eyes with the saltmarsh to the south showing the site location and location of boreholes by previous workers in the area. (LiDAR image ©copyright EA). (Red boreholes from Andrews et al. 2000, blu), Figure 2.3 Location, or approximate location where not accurately surveyed, of all the boreholes sunk on the site -- Figure 2.4. Reconstructed section based upon the geotechnical survey conducted by AEG. -- Figure 2.5 Reconstructed section based upon the flight auger records with the data from core BH10 (see Figure 2.6 for key). -- Figure 2.6 Reconstructed section based upon the flight auger records with data from cores BH8a and BH3a, Figure 2.7. BH8a Core 3 110-200cm. Underlying saltmarsh sediments overlain by sands with flint pebble horizons and occasional stones. Organics from the top of the grey sediments (20-30cm) have been dated to the 11-12th centuries AD. -- Figure 2.8 Radiocarbon calibration curve for the date on organics from the 'saltmarsh' deposits of BH8a. -- Chapter 3: The Fieldwork -- Figure 3.1 Blakeney Eye. Location of evaluation and excavation trenches 2003-2005. Trenches containing flints marked in orange (N. Field), Description based upon print version of record, Figure 3.2 Plan of Area 1 showing excavation in relation to the earlier evaluation trenches with contours at 0.20m intervals (N. Field)
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    9781789698411, 1789698413
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    1 online resource (240 s.)
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    Archaeopress
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  9. An Ambitious Primary School Curriculum

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    An Ambitious Primary School Curriculum

    2021
    Summary: Comprehensive guidance to support those involved in primary education in developing the curriculum to meet the requirements of the new Ofsted (2019) framework
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    Jonathan Glazzard, Samuel Stones
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    Print version: Glazzard, Jonathan ; An Ambitious Primary School Curriculum, Cover -- Half-title -- Title page -- Copyright information -- Table of contents -- Meet the authors -- Introduction -- Chapter 1 An ambitious curriculum for the twenty-first century -- Introduction -- What do we mean by an ambitious curriculum? -- What is a twenty-first century curriculum? -- Critical questions -- Case study -- Evidence-based practice -- Approaches to curriculum design -- Critical questions -- Case study -- Evidence-based practice -- High-quality texts -- Vocabulary -- An ambitious curriculum for children with special educational needs, An ambitious curriculum for disadvantaged children -- The role of technology in the curriculum -- A curriculum for future learning -- Critical questions -- A curriculum for future employment -- A curriculum for creativity -- A curriculum for enjoyment -- Critical questions -- Summary -- Further reading -- Chapter 2 Curriculum design -- Introduction -- Reclaiming the curriculum -- The role of stakeholders in curriculum design -- Critical questions -- Curriculum intent -- The importance of a broad and rich curriculum -- Sequencing the curriculum -- The digital curriculum -- Critical questions, Approaches to curriculum design -- Embedding language, literacy and mathematics in the curriculum -- Critical questions -- Addressing social challenges through the curriculum -- A curriculum for sustainability -- A curriculum for social justice -- A curriculum which promotes citizenship -- A rights- and values-led curriculum -- Case study -- Evidence-based practice -- Case study -- Evidence-based practice -- Summary -- Further reading -- Chapter 3 Building cultural capital into the curriculum -- Introduction -- What Is Cultural Capital? -- Critical questions -- Why is cultural capital important?, Evidence-based practice -- Critical questions -- Case study -- Linguistic capital -- Building cultural capital into English -- Case study -- Building cultural capital through Mathematics -- Building cultural capital through science -- Building cultural capital through history -- Building cultural capital through geography -- Building cultural capital through music -- Building cultural capital through art and design -- Building cultural capital through design and technology -- Building cultural capital through physical education -- Building cultural capital through foreign languages, Building cultural capital through religious education -- Building cultural capital through the co-curriculum -- Evidence-based practice -- Critical questions -- Case study -- Critical questions -- Summary -- Further reading -- Chapter 4 An enquiry-based curriculum -- Introduction -- A rationale for an enquiry-based curriculum -- Enquiry in English -- Mathematical enquiry -- Scientific enquiry -- Case study -- Historical enquiry -- Critical questions -- Ways of investigating a source -- Critical questions -- Geographical enquiry -- Critical questions -- Enquiry in religious education, Description based upon print version of record, Critical questions
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    9781913453206, 9781913453190, 9781913453183, 1913453200, 1913453197, 1913453189
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    1 online resource (202 s.)
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    Critical Publishing
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  10. Roots of reform : contextual interpretation of church fittings in Norfolk during the English Reformation

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    Roots of reform : contextual interpretation of church fittings in Norfolk during the English Reformation

    2021
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    9781789697674, 1789697670
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    ARCHAEOPRESS
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