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Abbott, C and Garton, D 1995 ‘Report on the Archaeological Evaluations on the Proposed site of a Borrow Pit on Aston Hill, Aston-upon-Trent, Derbyshire’. Unpublished Trent and Peak Archaeological Trust report

Abels, R 1999 ‘Trinoda Necessitas’ in Lapidge et al (eds) 1999

Aberg, A 1978 ‘Introduction’ in Aberg, A and Brown, A E (eds) Medieval Moated Sites in Northwest Europe (Council for British Archaeology Research Report 17). London: Council for British Archaeology, 1-4

Aberg, A and Lewis, C (ed) 2000 The Rising Tide: Archaeology and the coastal landscape. Oxford: OxbowAccess Cambridge Archaeology Kibworth Harcourt, Kibworth Beauchamp and Smeeton Westerby, Leicestershirehttp://www.access.arch.cam.ac.uk/reports/leicestershire/kibworth

Adams, J nd ‘Europe during the last 150,000 years’. http://www.esd.ornl.gov/projects/gen/nercEUROPE.html

Ainsworth, S 2001 ‘Prehistoric settlement remains on the Derbyshire Gritstone Moors, Derbyshire’. Archaeological Journal 121, 19-69

Ainsworth, S and Barnatt, J 1998a ‘An Archaeological Survey of the Scheduled Landscape on Big Moor and Ramsley Moor, Baslow and Holmesfield, Derbyshire’. Unpublished report (3 vols). National Monuments Record NMR nos. SK 27 NE 1, 13, 18, 19, 28, 35, 41, 53, 54, 79-98

Ainsworth, S. and Barnatt, J 1998b ‘A scarp-edge enclosure at Gardom’s Edge, Baslow, Derbyshire’. Derbyshire Archaeological Journal 118, 5-23

Albarella U 1997a ‘Size, power, wool and veal: Zooarchaeological evidence for late medieval innovations’ in De Boe, G and Verhaeghe, F (eds) Environment and Subsistence in medieval Europe: Papers of the Medieval Europe Brugge 1997 Conference (IAP Report 9). Bruge: Zelic, 19-30

Albarella, U 1997b The Iron Age animal bone excavated in 1991 from Outgang Road, Market Deeping (MAD 91), Lincolnshire (Ancient Monuments Laboratory Report 5/97). London: English Heritage

Albarella, U 1999 ‘The mystery of husbandry: Medieval animals and the problem of integrating historical and archaeological evidence’, Antiquity 73, 867-75

Albarella, U 2001a ‘Animal bone’ in Lane and Morris 2001, 75-7

Albarella, U 2001b ‘Exploring the real nature of environmental archaeology’ in Albarella, U (ed) Environmental Archaeology Meaning and Purpose. London: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 3-13

Albarella, U and Davis, S 1994 The Saxon and medieval animal bone excavated in 1985-89 from West Cotton, Northamptonshire (Ancient Monuments Laboratory Report 17/94). London: English Heritage

Albarella, U and Johnstone C 2000 The early to late Saxon animal bones excavated in 1995 from Kings Meadow Lane, Higham Ferrers, Northamptonshire (Ancient Monuments Laboratory Report 79/2000). London: English HeritageAlbarella, U and Pirnie, T 2008 A Review of Animal Bone Evidence from Central England http://archaeologydataservice.ac.uk/archives/view/animalbone_eh_2007/

Albert, W 1972 The Turnpike Road System in England, 1663-1840. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press

Albone, J 2000 ‘Elmsthorpe Rise (SK 564 035)’. Transactions of the Leicestershire Archaeological and Historical Society 74, 224

Alcock, N 1993 People at Home: Living in a Warwickshire Village, 1500-1800. ChichesterAlcock, N and Buckley, R 1987 ‘Leicester Castle: the Great Hall’. Medieval Archaeology31, 73-9 http://archaeologydataservice.ac.uk/archiveDS/archiveDownload?t=arch-769-1/dissemination/pdf/vol31/31_073_079.pdf

Aldhouse-Green, S (ed) 2000 Paviland Cave and the ‘Red Lady’. A definitive report. Bristol: Western Academic and Specialist Press

Aldhouse-Green, S and Pettitt, P 1998 ‘Paviland Cave: Contextualising the ‘Red Lady’. Antiquity 72, 756-72

Aldhouse-Green, S Scott, K, Schwarcz, H, Grun, R Housley, R A, Rae, A, Bevins, R and Redknap, M 1995 ‘Coygan Cave, Laugharne, South Wales, a Mousterian site and hyena den: A report on the University of Cambridge excavations’. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society 61, 37-79

Alexander, C 1999 Ironside’s Lines: The definitive guide to the General Headquarters Line planned for Great Britain in response to the threat of German invasion 1940-42. Seaford: SB Publications

Alexander, J 1995 ‘Building stone from the East Midlands quarries: Sources, transportation and usage’. Medieval Archaeology 39, 107-35

Allen, C S M 1988 ‘Bronze Age pottery of the Second Millennium BC in the East Midlands’. Unpublished Ph.D. thesis, University of Nottingham

Allen, C S M 2009 Exchange and Ritual at the Riverside: Late Bronze Age Life in the Lower Witham Valley at Washingborough, Lincolnshire (Pre-Construct Archaeology Monographs 1). Lincoln: Pre-Construct Archaeology

Allen, C S M, Harman, M and Wheeler, H 1987 ‘Bronze Age Cremation cemeteries in the East Midlands’. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society 53, 187-221

Allen, C. and Hopkins, D 2000 ‘Bronze Age accessory cups from Lincolnshire: Earlier Bronze Age Pot?’ Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society 66, 297-318

Allen, D F 1965 ‘A Celtic miscellany’. British Numismatic Journal 34, 1-7

Allen, L 2000 ‘The worked bone and antler objects’ in Charles et al. 2000, 193

Allen, M, Blick, N, Brindle, T, Evans, T, Fulford, M, Holbrook, N, Lodwick, L, Richards, J D, Smith, A 2015 (updated 2018) The Rural Settlement of Roman Britain: An Online Resource http://archaeologydataservice.ac.uk/archives/view/romangl/index.cfm

Allen, M, Lodwick, L, Brindle, T, Fulford, M, Smith, A 2017 The Rural Economy of Roman Britain: New Visions of the Countryside of Roman Britain Volume 2 (Britain Monographs 30). Roman Society Publications

Allen, M and Rylatt, J 2001 ‘Archaeological Excavation Report: Hopefield, Hibaldstow, North Lincolnshire’. Unpublished Pre-Construct Archaeology (Lincoln) report (North Lincolnshire SMR)

Allen, P, Ashton, G and Henstock, A 2010 Bingham Back in Time: a History of Settlement in the Parish of Bingham, Nottinghamshire. Bingham: Bingham Heritage Trails Association

Allin, C E 1981a ‘The Leather’ in Mellor and Pearce 1981, 145-67

Allin, C E 1981b The medieval leather industry in Leicester (Leicestershire Museums, Art Galleries and Records Service Archaeological Report 3). Leicester: Leicestershire Museums, Art Galleries and Records Service

Alsop, J D 1985-6 ‘The development of inland navigation on the River Nene in the early 18th century’. Northamptonshire Past and Present 7 (3), 161-3.

Alvey, R C 1964 ‘Charred cereals from Aston on Trent, Derbyshire’. Unpublished report, Derby Museum

Alvey, R C 1973 ‘A cesspit excavation at 26-28 High Pavement, Nottingham’. Transactions of the Thoroton Society 77, 53-72

Alvey, R C 1982 ‘A post-medieval brick kiln at Flintham Hall, Nottinghamshire’. Transactions of the Thoroton Society 86, 118-23

Alvey, R C and McCormick, A G 1978 ‘No. 8 Castle Gate Nottingham, Well 2’. Transactions of the Thoroton Society 82, 29-36

Alvey, R C and Monckton A 2000 ‘Charred plant remains’ in Cooper 2000a, 139-41

Alvey, R C. and Smith, W 2002 ‘Archaeobotanical Evidence for Roman Thatch and Malt’ in Beswick and Fowkes 2002, 300-8

Anderson, P H 1985 Forgotten Railways of the East Midlands. Newton Abbot: David and Charles

Anderson, P H 1986 Regional Railway Handbook No.1: East Midlands. Newton Abbot: David and Charles

Anon 1855 Report to the general board of health on a preliminary inquiry into the sewerage, drainage, and supply of water, and the sanitary conditions of the inhabitants of the parish of Wigston Magna. London: Her Majesty’s Stationery Office

Anon 1983 Leicestershire’s Industrial Heritage. Leicester: Leicestershire County Council

Anscomb, J W 1988-9 ‘Parliamentary enclosure in Northamptonshire: processes and proceedings’ Northamptonshire Past and Present 7 (6), 409-24

Archaeological Research Services Fin Cop Hillfort http://www.archaeologicalresearchservices.com/projects/fin-cop-hillfort

Archaeological Research Services Ltd 2008 Aggregate Landscapes of Derbyshire and the Peak Districthttp://archaeologydataservice.ac.uk/archives/view/derbyaggs_eh_2008/

Archaeological Research Services Ltd, Derbyshire County Council, Peak District National Park 2011 Derbyshire and the Peak District Archaeology and Aggregates Resource Assessment http://archaeologydataservice.ac.uk/archives/view/derbyaggs_eh_2011/

ArcHeritage 2011 Aggregates Extraction and Archaeology Backlogs: North-West Regionhttp://archaeologydataservice.ac.uk/archives/view/nwback_eh_2011/

ARCUS 2001 Assessment of environmental evidence from Staythorpe, Nottinghamshire. Sheffield: University of SheffieldARCUS 2008 ‘Middleton Bottom Wheel Pit, Wirksworth, Derbyshire’ http://archaeologydataservice.ac.uk/archives/view/middleton_eh_2008/

ARCUS 2009 Peak Forest Tramway and Cromford and High Peak Railwayhttp://archaeologydataservice.ac.uk/archives/view/peakforest_eh_2009/

ARCUS 2011 Identification and Quantification of Projects Arising From Aggregates Extraction: Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire and Oxfordshirehttp://archaeologydataservice.ac.uk/archives/view/alsfback_eh_2011/ 

ARCUS 2011 Archaeological Potential of Cave and Fissure Deposits in Limestone http://archaeologydataservice.ac.uk/archives/view/caves_eh_2011/

Armitage, P L 1984 ‘The animal bone’ in Thompson, Grew, A F and Schofield, J ‘Excavations at Aldgate, 1974’. Post-medieval Archaeology 18, 131-43 (1-148)

Armstrong, A L 1925 ‘Excavations at Mother Grundy’s Parlour, Creswell Crags, Derbyshire 1924’. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute 55, 146-75

Armstrong, A L 1926 Excavations in the Pin Hole Cave, Creswell Crags (Report of the British Association for the Advancement of Science H)

Armstrong, A L 1929a Proceedings of the Sorby Scientific Society 1, 79-97

Armstrong, A L 1929b ‘Excavations at Creswell Crags, Derbyshire, 1924-26. Pin Hole Cave’. Transactions of the Hunter Archaeological Society 3, 116-22

Armstrong, A L 1931 ‘A late Upper Aurignacian station in North Lincolnshire’. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society of East Anglia 6, 335-9

Armstrong, A L 1932a ‘Upper Palaeolithic and Mesolithic stations in N. Lincs.’. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society of East Anglia 7, 130-1

Armstrong, A L 1932b ‘An Upper Aurignacian station on the Lincolnshire Cliff’. Proceedings of the International Congress of Prehistoric and Protohistoric Sciences, 74-5

Armstrong, A L 1937 ‘Excavations at Creswell Crags, the Pin Hole Cave 1928-32’. Transactions of the Hunter Archaeological Society 4, 178-84

Armstrong, A L 1938 ‘Report of the Committee for the Archaeological Exploration of Derbyshire Caves. Interim Report 16’ (Report of the British Association for the Advancement of Science H)

Armstrong, A L 1956 ‘Report on the excavation of Ash Tree Cave, near Whitwell, Derbyshire, 1949 to 1957’. Journal of the Derbyshire Archaeological and Natural History Society 76, 57-64

Armstrong, A L 1957 ‘Report of the excavation of Ash Tree Cave, near Whitwell, Derbyshire’ (Report of the British Association for the Advancement of Science H)

Armstrong, J R 1923 ‘A sepulchral cave at Tray Cliff Cavern, Castleton’. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute 53, 123-8

Arnold, A J, Howard, R E, Laxton, R R et al 2002 The Urban Development of Newark-on-Trent: A Dendrochronological Approach (English Heritage Centre for Archaeology Report 95/2002). English Heritage

Ashbee, P and Ashbee, R 1981 ‘A cairn on Hindlow, Derbyshire: Excavations 1953, Derbyshire’. Archaeological Journal 101, 9-41

Ashton, N 1977 Leicestershire Water Mills. Wymondham: Sycamore Press

Ashton, N Cook, J and Rose, J (eds) 1992 High Lodge; excavations by G. de G. Sieveking 1962-1968 and J. Cook 1988. London: British Museum Press

Ashton, N, Healy, F and Pettitt, P B (eds) 1998 Stone Age Archaeology: Essays in honour of John Wymer (Oxbow Monograph 99). Oxford: Oxbow

Ashton, N Lewis, S G and Parfitt, S 1998 Excavations at the Lower Palaeolithic site at East Farm, Barnham, 1989-1994. London: The British Museum

Ataman, K 1978 ‘Excavations at Unstone, Derbyshire, 1978’. Unpublished report, NDAC

Audouy, M 1986 ‘Excavations at the church of All Saints, Brixworth, Northamptonshire 1981-2’. Journal of the British Archaeological Association 137, 1-44

Audouy, M 1991 ‘The Priory Church of St Mary, Canons Ashby’. Northamptonshire Archaeology 23, 70-8

Audouy, M 1993 ‘Excavations at the church of All Saints, Brixworth, Northamptonshire, 1981-2’. Journal of the British Archaeological Association 137, 1-44

Audouy, M 1993-4 ‘Excavations at Barnwell Castle, Northants, 1980’. Northamptonshire Archaeology 25, 123-6

Auduoy, M and Chapman, A (eds) 2009. Raunds: The Origin and Growth of a Midland Village, AD 450-1500: Excavations in North Raunds, Northamptonshire 1977-87. Oxford: Oxbow Books

Austin, L 2000 ‘The Palaeolithic and Mesolithic’ in Brown and Glazebrook 2000, 5-11

Avery, M, Sutton, J E and Banks, J W 1967 ‘Rainsborough, Northants, England: Excavations 1961-5’. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society 33, 207-306


Badcock, A and Symonds, J 1994 ‘Archaeological Field Evaluation of land at Styrrup Hall Farm, Styrrup, Notts’. Unpublished ARCUS report (Nottinghamshire SMR)

Baddeley, V 1994 ‘Some North Nottinghamshire Parks and Gardens’. Unpublished M.A. dissertation, University of Sheffield

Baddeley, V 1996 ‘The early 18th century landscape gardens of Worksop manor, Nottinghamshire’. Transactions of the Thoroton Society 100, 123-36

Bacon, J K F 2001 ‘Worked bone and antler’ in Chowne et al. 2001, 68-73

Bahn, P and Pettitt, P B 2009 Britain’s Oldest Art: The Ice Age Cave Art of Creswell Crags. London: English Heritage

Bailey, B, Pevsner, N, Cherry, B 2013 The Buildings of England: Northamptonshire. Yale University Press

Bailey, G 2008 ‘Mesolithic Europe: Overview and new problems’ in Bailey, G and Spikins, P (eds) Mesolithic Europe. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 362-364

Baillie, M G L 1995 A slice through time. London: Batsford

Baker, F T 1960 ‘The Iron Age salt industry in Lincolnshire’. Lincolnshire Architectural and Archaeological Society Reports and Papers 8, 26-34

Baker, F T 1975 ‘Salt-making sites on the Lincolnshire coast before the Romans’ in de Brisay and Evans 1975, 31-2

Baker, R S 1891 ‘Hunsbury or Danes Camp’. Associated Architectural Societies Reports and Papers 21, 53-74

Baker, S 2003 The Trent Valley: Palaeochannel Mapping from Aerial Photographs. Nottingham: Trent and Peak Archaeological Unit.http://archaeologydataservice.ac.uk/archiveDS/archiveDownload?t=arch-830-1/dissemination/pdf/baker_2002_palaeochannels.pdf

Baker, S 2006 ‘Cultural heritage management and the palaeo-environmental resource: surveying the surface-visible palaeochannel record in the Trent Valley, UK’ http://archaeologydataservice.ac.uk/archives/view/palaeo_eh_2006/

Ballinger, J 1999 ‘Extensive Urban Survey (Industrial) Overview and Strategy’. Unpublished Northamptonshire Heritage report

Bamford, H 1985 Briar Hill. Excavation 1974-1978 (NDC Monograph 3). Northampton: Northampton Development Corporation

Barker, D 2004 ‘The industrialisation of the Staffordshire potteries’ in Barker and Cranstone 2004, 203-21

Barker, D and Cranstone, D (eds) 2004 The Archaeology of Industrialization. Leeds: Maney

Barker, G 1985 Prehistoric Farming in Europe. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press

Barley, M W 1949 ‘The Civil War defences of Nottingham’. Transactions of the Thoroton Society 53, 26-33

Barley, M W 1961 The English Farmhouse and Cottage. London: Routledge and K. Paul

Barley, M W (ed) 1959 ‘Note’. East Midland Archaeological Bulletin 2, 12

Barley, M W 1961 ‘Industrial monuments of Belper and Milford: Housing’. Archaeological Journal 117, 236-9

Barley, M W 1936 ‘Lincolnshire rivers in the Middle Ages’. Lincolnshire Architectural and Archaeological Society Reports and Papers 1, 1-21

Barley, M W 1964 ‘The medieval borough of Torksey, excavations 1960-62’. Antiquaries Journal 44, 165-87

Barley, M W 1981 ‘The medieval borough of Torksey, excavations 1963-68’. Antiquaries Journal 61, 264-9

Barnatt, J 1986 ‘Bronze Age remains on the East Moors of the Peak District’. Derbyshire Archaeological Journal 106, 18-100

Barnatt, J 1987 ‘Bronze Age settlement on the gritstone East Moors of the District of Derbyshire and South Yorkshire’. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society 53, 393-418

Barnatt, J 1990 The Henges, Stone Circles and Ringcairns of the Peak District (Sheffield Archaeological Monograph 1). Sheffield: University of Sheffield

Barnatt, J 1994 ‘Excavation of a Bronze Age unenclosed cemetery, cairns and field boundaries at Eaglestone Flat, Cubar, Derbyshire 1984, 1989-90’. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society 60, 287-370

Barnatt, J 1995a ‘Neolithic and Bronze Age radiocarbon dates from the Peak District: A review’. Derbyshire Archaeological Journal 115, 5-19

Barnatt, J 1995b The Lead Mine Related Landscape of the Peak District. Part I: Smelting, sites, fuel sources and communications. Bakewell: Peak District National Park Archaeology Service

Barnatt, J 1996a ‘Moving beyond the Monuments: Paths and People in the Neolithic Landscapes of the Peak District’ in Frodsham 1996, 43-59

Barnatt, J 1996b ‘A multiphased barrow at Liff’s Low, near Biggin, Derbyshire’ in Barnatt and Collis 1996, 95-136

Barnatt, J 1996c ‘Barrows in the Peak District: A review and interpretation of extant remains and past excavations’ in Barnatt and Collis 1996, 3-94

Barnatt, J 1996d The Lead Mine Related Landscape of the Peak District. Part 2: Settlement, population and miners/farmers. Bakewell: Peak District National Park Archaeology Service

Barnatt, J 1999 ‘Taming the land: Peak District farming and ritual in the Bronze Age, Derbyshire’. Archaeological Journal 119, 19-78

Barnatt, J 2000 ‘To each their own: ‘Later prehistoric farming communities and their monuments in the Peak’. Derbyshire Archaeological Journal 120, 1-86

Barnatt, J 2019 Reading the Peak District Landscape. Swindon: English Heritage

Barnatt, J and Bannister, N 2009 The Archaeology of a Great Estate. Chatsworth and Beyond. Oxford: Oxbow Books

Barnatt, J, Bevan, B and Edmonds, M 1995 ‘A Prehistoric Landscape at Gardom’s Edge, Baslow, Derbyshire: Excavations 1995, 1st Interim Report’. Unpublished report, Peak District National Park Authority

Barnatt, J, Bevan, B and Edmonds, M 1996 ‘A Prehistoric Landscape at Gardom’s Edge, Baslow, Derbyshire: Excavations 1996, 2nd Interim Report’. Unpublished report, Peak District National Park Authority

Barnatt, J, Bevan, B and Edmonds, M 1997 ‘A Prehistoric Landscape at Gardom’s Edge, Baslow, Derbyshire: Excavations 1997, 3rd Interim Report’. Unpublished report, Peak District National Park Authority

Barnatt, J, Bevan, B and Edmonds, M 1998 ‘A Prehistoric Landscape at Gardom’s Edge, Baslow, Derbyshire: Excavations 1998, 4th Interim Report’. Unpublished report, Peak District National Park Authority

Barnatt, J, Bevan, B and Edmonds, M 2000 ‘Excavation and Survey at Gardom’s Edge 2000: Summary Report’. Unpublished report, Peak District National Park Authority

Barnatt, J. Bevan, B and Edmonds, M 2017 Landscape and Prehistory on Gardom’s Edge, Derbyshire. Oxford: Windgather Books

Barnatt, J and Collis, J 1996 Barrows in the Peak District: Recent Research. Sheffield: J.R. Collis Publications

Barnatt, J and Edmonds, M 2002 ‘Places apart? Caves and monuments in Neolithic and Earlier Bronze Age Britain’. Cambridge Archaeological Journal 12 (1), 113-29

Barnatt, J and Frith, P 1983 ‘A newly discovered ‘cup and ring’ carving in Eccleshall Wood, Sheffield’. Derbyshire Archaeological Journal 103, 41-2

Barnatt, J, Myers, A M and Garton, D forthcoming The Systematic Collection of Artefacts from Ploughed Fields in the Peak

Barnatt, J and Penny, B 2004 The Lead Legacy. Peak District National Park Authority

Barnatt, J and Reeder, P 1982 ‘Prehistoric Rock Art in the Peak District’. Derbyshire Archaeological Journal 102, 33-44

Barnatt, J and Robinson, F 2004 ‘Prehistoric rock-art at Ashover School and further new discoveries elsewhere in the Peak District’. Derbyshire Archaeological Journal 124, 13-63

Barnatt, J and Smith, K 1991 ‘The Peak District in the Bronze Age: Recent research and changes in interpretation’ in Hodges and Smith 1991, 23-6

Barnatt, J 1996 ‘Moving beyond the monuments: Paths and people in the Neolithic landscapes of the Peak District’ in Frodsham, P (ed) Neolithic Studies in No-Man’s Land: Papers on the Neolithic of Northern England from Trent to the Tweed (Northern Archaeology 13/14). Northumberland Archaeology Group, 43-59

Barnatt, J and Smith, K 1997 The Peak District: Landscapes through Time. London: Batsford/English Heritage

Barnatt, J and Thomas, G H 1998 ‘Prehistoric Mining at Ecton, Staffordshire: A dated antler tool and its context’. Mining History 13.5, 72-8

Barnatt, J 1999 ‘Prehistoric and Roman Mining in the Peak District: Present Knowledge and Future Research’. Mining History: The Bulletin of the Peak District Mines Historical Society vol 14, no 2, 19-30 

Barnatt, J and Wiliamson, T 2005 Chatsworth: A Landscape History. Macclesfield: Windgather Press

Barnes, F A 1987 ‘Lenton Priory after the Dissolution: Its building and fair ground’. Transactions of the Thoroton Society 91, 79-95

Barnes, P 1999 ‘The adaptation of open field farming in an east Nottinghamshire parish: Orston, 1641-1793’. Transactions of the Thoroton Society103, 125-32

Barnett, S M 2000 ‘Luminescence dating of pottery from later prehistoric Britain’. Archaeometry 42 (2), 431-57

Barnett, S M 2001 ‘Thermally and optically stimulated luminescence dating of later prehistoric pottery’ in Millard A R (ed) Archaeological Sciences ’97(British Archaeological Reports International Series 939), Oxford: British Archaeological Reports

Barnwell, P S and Giles, C 1997 English Farmsteads. Swindon: Her Majesty’s Stationery Office

Barrett, J C 1994 Fragments from Antiquity: The archaeology of social life in Britain 2900-1200 BC. Oxford: Blackwell

Barrett, D 1988 Archaeological priorities for Derbyshire. Matlock: Derbyshire County Council

Barrett, D 2000a An Archaeological Resource Assessment of the Later Bronze and Iron Ages (The First Millennium BC) In Derbyshire PDF File

Barrett, D 2000b An Archaeological Resource Assessment for Anglo-Saxon Derbyshire PDF File

Barrett, D 2000c An Archaeological Resource Assessment for Post-medieval Derbyshire PDF File

Barrett, D and Stroud, G 2009 Extensive Urban Survey – Derbyshire. Derbyshire County Council, English Heritagehttp://archaeologydataservice.ac.uk/archives/view/derbyshire_eus_2009/

Barrymore Halpenny, B 1981 Action Stations: 2. Military airfields of Lincolnshire and the East Midlands. Cambridge: Patrick Stevens

Bartlett, J E 1959 ‘Interim note on excavations at Brough’. Journal of Roman Studies 50, 108

Bartlett, J E 1960 ‘Interim note on excavations at Brough’. Journal of Roman Studies 51, 216

Bartlett, J E and Riley, D N 1958 ‘The Roman fort at Scaftworth near Bawtry’. Transactions of the Thoroton Society 62, 277-87

Barton, R N E (ed) 1992 Hengistbury Head Dorset, Vol. 2: The Late Upper Palaeolithic and Early Mesolithic Sites. Oxford: Oxford University Committee for Archaeology

Barton, R N E 1997 Stone Age Britain. London: English Heritage

Barton, R N E and Dumont, S 2000 ‘Recolonisation and settlement of Britain at the end of the Last Glaciation’. Mémoires du Musée de Préhistoire d’Ile de France 7, 151-62

Bassett, S 1989 The Origins of Anglo-Saxon Kingdoms. Leicester: Leicester University Press

Bateman, T 1848 Vestiges of the antiquities of Derbyshire. London and Derby: J R Smith

Bateman, T 1861 Ten years digging in Celtic and Saxon Grave Hills. London and Derby: J R Smith

Battye, K M 1999 ‘Probate records as a source for the study of metalworking in Eckington, 1534-1750’. Derbyshire Archaeological Journal 119, 297-328

Baxter, I L 1993a ‘An eagle skull from excavations of cellars at High St, Leicester’. Transactions of the Leicestershire Archaeological and Historical Society 67, 101-5

Baxter, I L 1993b ‘An eagle skull from Leicester, England, with some speculations concerning the palaeoecology of the Soar valley’. Circaea 10/1, 31-7

Baxter, I L 1994 ‘Report on animal bones, including small mammal bones from the excavation of an Iron Age site at Tixover, Rutland’. Unpublished Leicestershire Archaeological Unit Report

Baxter, I L 1996 ‘Medieval and early post medieval horses from Market Harborough, Leicestershire’. Circaea 11/2, 65-79

Baxter, I L 1998 ‘Late Medieval tawyer’s waste and pig skeletons in Early Post Medieval pits from Bonners Lane, Leicester’. Anthropozoologica 28, 55-63

Bayley, J 1999 ‘Human skull fragment’ in Healey, H ‘An Iron Age salt-making site at Helpringham Fen, Lincolnshire: Excavations by the Car Dyke Research Group, 1972-7’ in Bell et al. 1999, 17 (1-19)

Bayley, J 2001 ‘Human skeletal material’ in Chowne et al. 2001, 73-8

Bayliss, A 1998 ‘Radiocarbon samples’ in Bayley, J (ed) Science in Archaeology. London: English Heritage, 95-108

Bayliss, A Lane, T, Bronk Ramsey, C et al 2010 ‘Radiocarbon dating’ in Lane, T and Trimble, D (eds) Fluid Landscapes and Human Adaptation: Excavations on Prehistoric Sites on the Lincolnshire Fen Edge 1991-1994. Heckington: Heritage Trust of Lincolnshire, 291-295

Beamish, M 1991 ‘Interim note on Excavation of a Romano-British site at Scalford Brook, Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire’. Transactions of the Leicestershire Archaeological and Historical Society 65, 107

Beamish, M 1992 ‘Archaeological excavations along the Anglian Water pipeline at Tixover, Rutland’. Transactions of the Leicestershire Archaeological and Historical Society 66, 183

Beamish, M 1995 Anstey, Gynsill Lane (SK 533 062). Transactions of the Leicestershire Archaeological and Historical Society 69, 97-140

Beamish, M 1997a ‘Wing to Whatborough, excavations along the water pipeline (SK 89 02 to SK 77 05)’. Transactions of the Leicestershire Archaeological and Historical Society 71, 99-101

Beamish, M 1997b ‘Wing to Whatborough Trunk Main: Interim report and post excavation assessment and project design’. Unpublished University of Leicester Archaeological Services Report No 97/137

Beamish M 1998 ‘A Middle Iron Age Site at Wanlip, Leicestershire’. Transactions of the Leicestershire Archaeological and Historical Society 72, 1- 91

Beamish, M 2001a ‘Willington Quarry Extension, Willington, South Derbyshire. Zones 1-8 Post-excavation assessment’. Unpublished University of Leicester Archaeological Services Report 2000-54

Beamish, M 2001b ‘Excavations at Willington, South Derbyshire. Interim Report’. Derbyshire Archaeological Journal 121, 1-18

Beamish, M 2002 ‘Excavations on the Wing to Whatborough Anglian Water pipeline’. Unpublished University of Leicester Archaeological Services report

Beamish, M 2009 Willington, South Derbyshire. ULAS http://archaeologydataservice.ac.uk/archives/view/willington_eh_2008/

Beamish, M G 2009 ‘Island visits: Neolithic and Bronze Age activity on the Trent Valley floor. Excavations at Egginton and Willington, Derbyshire, 1998-1999’. Derbyshire Archaeological Journal 129, 17-182 Beamish, M and Ripper, S 2000 ‘Burnt Mounds in the East Midlands’. Antiquity 75, 37-8

Beamish, M, Brown, A G, Greenwood, M T, Smith, D N and Monckton, A 2002 ‘Environmental evidence from Late Glacial, Late Neolithic, Bronze Age and Medieval palaeochannels at Hemington Quarry, Leicestershire, 1994-99’. Unpublished University of Leicester Archaeological Services Report 2002-166

Beastall, T W 1978 ‘The Agricultural Revolution in Lincolnshire. History of Lincolnshire, Vol. 8’. Lincoln: History of Lincolnshire Committee

Beaudry, M C 1999 ‘The archaeology of domestic life in early America, in Egan and Michael 1999’. Oxford: Oxbow, 117-26

Beaver, S H 1951 The Development of the Northamptonshire Iron Industry 1851-1930. London: Longman

Beavitt, P 1995 ‘Geophysical and buildings survey at Launde Abbey’. Transactions of the Leicestershire Archaeological and Historical Society 69, 22-31

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Hall, D N and Martin, P 1979 ‘Brixworth, Northamptonshire: an intensive field survey’. Journal of the British Archaeological Association 132, 1-6

Hall, D N and Nickerson, N 1967 ‘Excavations at Irchester, 1962-3’. Archaeological Journal 124, 65-99

Hall, R A 1974 ‘The Pre-Conquest Burh of Derby’. Derbyshire Archaeological Journal 94, 16-24

Hall, R A 1989 ‘The Five Boroughs of the Danelaw: A review of present knowledge’. Anglo-Saxon England 18, 149-208

Hall, R A and Coppack, G 1972 ‘Excavations at Full Street Derby, 1972’. Derbyshire Archaeological Journal 92, 29-78

Hallam, H E 1960 ‘Salt-making in the Lincolnshire Fenland during the Middle Ages’. Lincolnshire Architectural and Archaeological Society Reports and Papers 8, 85-112

Hallam, S 1970 ‘Settlement around the Wash’ in Phillips, C W (ed) The Fenland in Roman Times (Royal Geographical Society Research Series 5), 22-88

Halpin, C 1981 ‘The deserted medieval village of Thorpe, Earls Barton’. Northamptonshire Archaeology 16, 197

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Hart, C R 1981 The North Derbyshire Archaeological Survey. The Derbyshire Archaeological Society and Sheffield City Museums. Leeds: A. Wigley and Sons

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Hart, C R 1985b ‘Aleck Low and Upper House Farm, Derbyshire: Prehistoric artefact scatters’ in Spratt and Burgess 1985, 51-69

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Hartley, R F 1983 The Medieval Earthworks of Rutland: A Survey (Leicestershire Museums, Art Galleries and Records Services Archaeological Report 7). Leicester: Leicestershire Museums, Art Galleries and Records Services

Hartley, R F 1984 The Medieval Earthworks of North-West Leicestershire (Leicestershire Museums, Art Galleries and Records Services Archaeological Report 9). Leicester: Leicestershire Museums, Art Galleries and Records Services

Hartley, R F 1987 The Medieval Earthworks of North-East Leicestershire. Leicester: Leicestershire Museums, Art Galleries and Records Services

Hartley, R F 1989a ‘Aerial archaeology in Leicestershire’ in Gibson 1989, 95-105

Hartley, R F 1989b The Medieval Earthworks of Central Leicestershire. Leicester: Leicestershire Museums, Art Galleries and Records Services

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Healey, H 1991 ‘Fenland gravestones in the seventeenth century’ in Tyszka et al 1991, 108-14

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Healey, H 1999 ‘An Iron Age salt-making site at Helpringham Fen, Lincolnshire: Excavations by the Car Dyke Research Group, 1972-7’ in Bell et al 1999, 1-19

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Henderson, J forthcoming ‘Medieval and later glass from Lincoln’. Archaeological Journal

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Hill, J D 1995b ‘How should we understand Iron Age societies and hillforts? A contextual study from southern Britain’ in Hill, J D and Cumberpatch, C G (eds) Different Iron Ages: Studies on the Iron Age in Temperate Europe (British Archaeological Reports International Series 602). Oxford: British Archaeological Reports, 45-66

Hill, J. D 1995c Ritual and Rubbish in the Iron Age of Wessex (British Archaeological Reports British Series 242). Oxford: British Archaeological Reports

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Hill, J D 1997b ‘`The end of one kind of body and the beginning of another kind of body`? Toilet instruments and `Romanization` in southern England during the first century AD’ in Gwilt, and Haselgrove 1997, 96-107

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Hillman G 1984 ‘Interpretation of archaeological plant remains: The application of ethnographic models from Turkey’ in van Zeist, W and Casparie, W A (eds) Plants and Ancient Man. Rotterdam: A.A. Balkema, 1-41

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5 thoughts on "A – H Full Regional Bibliography"

  1. John Walford says:

    The bibliography is too big and cumbersome, and just listing by author makes it very hard to find relevant material. It would be very helpful if the entries could be tagged with a few key words, including county, district, parish, period, etc, to enable searching. Tagging by general theme (site report, geophysical survey, artifact report, regional synthesis, period synthesis, etc) would also be very helpful.

  2. James Fairclough says:

    Links could be more obvious, they currently just match standard text, so unclear where to click.Reference

  3. Megan Doole Megan Doole says:

    Hartwell, C, Pevsner, N, Williamson, E 2020 The Buildings of England: Nottinghamshire. Yale University PressReference

  4. Megan Doole Megan Doole says:

    Doole, M., 2020 ‘Identification of the urban infrastructure of nineteenth-century horse transport: A case study of Worksop, Nottinghamshire, UK’, in Taylor, D. (ed.), Transport and its place in history: making the connections, 191-206Reference

    1. vowen2 vowen2 says:

      Thank you for your comments with new and revised bibliographic entries – we will take these forward and amend the bibliography accordingly.

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