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Ingham, M 1995 Air Force memorials of Lincolnshire. Earl Shilton: Midland Publishing

Ingle, C 1993-4 ‘The quernstones from Hunsbury hillfort, Northamptonshire’. Northamptonshire Archaeology 25, 21-34 

Instone, E 1970 Northampton Iron Foundries (Council for British Archaeology Group 9 Bulletin 12). Council for British Archaeology

Irving, A 2011 A Research Framework for Post-Roman Ceramic Studies in Britain (Medieval Pottery Research Group Occasional Paper 6). Medieval Pottery Research Group http://archaeologydataservice.ac.uk/archiveDS/archiveDownload?t=arch-1131-1/dissemination/pdf/MPRG_Research_Framework_for_Post-Roman_Ceramic_Studies_in_Britain.pdf


Jackson, D A 1969 ‘The Iron Age and Anglo-Saxon site at Upton, Northants’. Antiquaries Journal 49, 303-21

Jackson, D A 1974 ‘Two new pit alignments and a hoard of currency bars from Northamptonshire’. Northamptonshire Archaeology 9, 13-45

Jackson, D A 1975 ‘An Iron Age site at Twywell, Northamptonshire’. Northamptonshire Archaeology 10, 31-93

Jackson, D A 1976a ‘The excavation of Neolithic and Bronze Age Sites at Aldwincle, Northants, 1967-71’. Northamptonshire Archaeology 11, 12-64

Jackson, D A 1976b ‘Two Iron Age sites north of Kettering, Northamptonshire’. Northamptonshire Archaeology 11, 71-88

Jackson, D A 1977 ‘Further excavations at Aldwincle, Northamptonshire’. Northamptonshire Archaeology 12, 9-54

Jackson, D. A 1978 ‘A Late Bronze Age-Early Iron Age vessel from a pit alignment at Ringstead’. Northamptonshire Archaeology 13, 168

Jackson, D A 1981 ‘Archaeology at an ironstone quarry in the Harringworth-Wakerley area 1968-79’. Northamptonshire Archaeology 16, 14-33

Jackson, D A 1982 ‘Great Oakley and other Iron Age sites in the Corby area’. Northamptonshire Archaeology 17, 3-23

Jackson, D A 1983 ‘The excavation of an Iron Age site at Brigstock, Northants 1979-81’. Northamptonshire Archaeology 18, 7-32

Jackson, D A 1984 ‘The excavation of a Bronze Age Barrow at Earls Barton, Northants’. Northamptonshire Archaeology 19, 3-30

Jackson, D A 1988-9 ‘An Iron Age enclosure at Wootton Hill Farm, Northampton’. Northamptonshire Archaeology 22, 3-21

Jackson, D A 1990 ‘An Archaeological Evaluation at Brixworth, Northamptonshire’. Unpublished Northamptonshire County Council report

Jackson, D A., 1993-4a ‘The Iron Age hillfort at Borough Hill, Daventry. Excavations in 1983’. Northamptonshire Archaeology 25, 63-8

Jackson, D A 1993-4b ‘Excavations of the hillfort defences at Hunsbury, Northampton in 1952 and 1988’. Northamptonshire Archaeology 25, 5-20

Jackson, D A 1993-4c Iron Age and Anglo-Saxon Settlement and Activity Around the Hunsbury Hillfort, Northampton’. Northamptonshire Archaeology25, 35-46

Jackson, A 1995 ‘Archaeology at Grendon Quarry, Northamptonshire. Part 2: Other prehistoric, Iron Age and later sites excavated in 1974-5 and further observations between 1976-80’. Northamptonshire Archaeology 26, 3-32

Jackson, D A 1996-7 Further evaluation at Borough Hill, Daventry, Northants’. Northamptonshire Archaeology 27, 143-64

Jackson, D A and Adams, B.1998-9 ‘The Anglo-Saxon Cemetery at Wakerley, Northamptonshire’. Northamptonshire Archaeology 22, 69-183

Jackson, D A and Ambrose, T M 1976 ‘A Roman timber bridge at Aldwincle Northamptonshire’. Britannia 7, 39-72

Jackson, D A. and Ambrose, T M 1978 ‘Excavations at Wakerley, Northants, 1972-75’. Britannia 9, 115-288

Jackson, D. A and Dix, B 1986-7 ‘Late Iron Age and Roman settlement at Weekley, Northants’. Northamptonshire Archaeology 21, 41-94

Jackson, D A and Foard, G 1993-4 ‘Anglo-Saxon Occupation at Yardley Hastings, Northants’. Northamptonshire Archaeology 25, 93-98

Jackson, D A and Knight, D 1985 ‘An Early Iron Age and Beaker site near Gretton, Northamptonshire’. Northamptonshire Archaeology 20, 67-86

Jackson, D A and Tylecote, R F 1988 ‘Two new Romano-British Iron working sites in Northamptonshire. A new type of furnace?’. Britannia 19, 275-98

Jackson, J C 1962 ‘Open field cultivation in Derbyshire’. Derbyshire Archaeological Journal 82, 54-72

Jackson, J W 1952 ‘Fox Hole Cave, High Wheeldon’. Journal of the Derbyshire Archaeological and Natural History Society 24, 73

Jackson, R forthcoming Weston-under-Penyard (Ariconium), Herefordshire: Excavations and Survey at the Major Iron Age Settlement, Roman Small Town and Iron Production Centre. Worcestershire County Archaeological Service Monograph and English Heritage

Jacobi, R M 1973 ‘Aspects of the Mesolithic Age in Great Britain’ in Koslowski, S K (ed) The Mesolithic in Europe. Warsaw: University Press, 237-65

Jacobi, R M 1976 ‘Britain inside and outside Mesolithic Europe’. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society 42, 67-84

Jacobi, R M 1978a ‘Northern England in the eighth millennium b.c.: An essay,’ in Mellars, P (ed) The Early Postglacial Settlement of Northern Europe. London: Duckworth, 295-332

Jacobi, R M 1978b ‘The Mesolithic in Sussex’ in Drewett, P A (ed) Archaeology in Sussex to AD 1500 (Council for British Archaeology Research Report 29). London: Council for British Archaeology, 75-85

Jacobi, R M 1978c ‘Population and landscape in Mesolithic lowland Britain’ in Limbrey and Evans 1978, 75-85

Jacobi, R M 1979 ‘Early Flandrian hunters in the south-west, Prehistoric Dartmoor and its context’. Devon Archaeological Society 37, 48-93

Jacobi, R M 1980a ‘The Upper Palaeolithic of Britain with special reference to Wales’ in Taylor, J A (ed) Culture and Environment in Prehistoric Wales(British Archaeological Reports International Series 90). Oxford: British Archaeological Reports, 15-100

Jacobi, R M 1980b ‘The Mesolithic of Essex’ in Buckley, D G (ed) Archaeology in Essex to AD 1500 (Council for British Archaeology Research Report 34). London: Council for British Archaeology, 14-25

Jacobi, R M 1982 ‘Later hunters in Kent: Tasmania and the earliest Neolithic’ in Leach, P E (ed) Archaeology in Kent to AD1500 (Council for British Archaeology Research Report 48). London: Council for British Archaeology, 12-24

Jacobi, R.M 1984 ‘The Mesolithic of Northern East Anglia and Contemporary Territories’ in Barringer, C (ed) Aspects of East Anglian Prehistory. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 43-76

Jacobi, R M 1990 Leaf Points and the British Early Upper Palaeolithic. Les industries à pointes foliacées du Paléolithique superieur européen, Krakow 1989 (E.R.A.U.L. 42.), 271-89

Jacobi, R M 1996 ‘Late Upper Palaeolithic and Mesolithic in Essex’ in Bedwin, O (ed) The Archaeology of Essex: Proceedings of the 1993 Writtle Conference, 10-14

Jacobi, R M 1997 ‘The `Creswellian` in Britain’ in Fagnart, J P and Thevenin, A (eds) Le Tardiglaciaire en Europe du Nord-Ouest (Actes du 119eme Congrès National des Societés Historiques et Scientifiques). Paris; Editions du CTHS, 497-505

Jacobi, R M and Pettitt, P 2000 ‘An Aurignacian point from Uphill Quarry (Somerset) and the earliest settlement of Britain by Homo sapiens sapiens’. Antiquity 74, 513-18

Jacobi, R M, Tallis, J H and Mellars, P A 1976 ‘The southern Pennine Mesolithic and the ecological record’. Journal of Archaeological Science 3, 307-20

James, S and Millett, M (eds) 2001 Britons and Romans: advancing an archaeological agenda (Council for British Archaeology Research Report 125). London: Council for British Archaeology

Jarvis, P A 1986 ‘The early pits of the Jewry Wall site, Leicester’. Transactions of the Leicestershire Archaeological and Historical Society 60, 7-15

Jarvis, W 1999 ‘Charred plant remains, in M Derrick, An Iron Age site at Gimbro Farm, Castle Donington, Leicestershire’. Unpublished University of Leicester Archaeological Services report

Jarvis, W 2000a ‘Charred plant remains from a Late Roman corn drier, in S. Chapman, Excavations at the General Hospital site, Crown Hills, Leicester’. Unpublished University of Leicester Archaeological Services report

Jarvis, W., 2000b ‘Charred plant remains from a Late Roman corn drier’ in Clarke, S ‘Excavations at Appleby Magna, Leicestershire’. Unpublished University of Leicester Archaeological Services report

Jarvis, W 2001 ‘Charred plant remains’ in Thomas, J ‘Excavations at Desford, Leicestershire’. Unpublished University of Leicester Archaeological Services report

Jarvis, W 2004a ‘Charred plant remains’ in Meek et al 2004, 26-7

Jarvis, W 2004b ‘Charred plant remains’ in Shore, M and Clay, P ‘The Excavation of a Romano-British settlement at Hamilton North, Humberstone, Leicester (Site 1; SK 630 730)’. Unpublished University of Leicester Archaeological Services report

Jarvis, W. and Cooper, L 2010 ‘Asfordby, Loughborough Road’. Transactions of the Leicestershire Archaeological and Historical Society 84, 347

Jarvis, W, Cooper, L and Beamish, M 2010 ‘Brooksby Quarry, Melton Road, Brooksby’. Transactions of the Leicestershire Archaeological and Historical Society 84, 349-350

Jenkinson, R D S 1984 Creswell Crags: Late Pleistocene Sites in the East Midlands (British Archaeological Reports British Series 122). Oxford: British Archaeological Reports

Jenkinson, R D S and Bramwell, D 1984 ‘The birds of Britain – when did they arrive?’ in Jenkinson and Gilbertson 1984, 89-100

Jenkinson, R D S and Gilbertson, D D 1984 In the shadow of extinction: A quaternary archaeology and palaeoecology of the Lake, Fissures and Smaller Caves at Creswell Crags SSSI. Sheffield : Department of Prehistory and Archaeology, University of Sheffield

Johansen, L and Stapert, D 2000 ‘Two ‘epi-Ahrensburgian’ sites in the Northern Netherlands: Oudehaske (Friesland) and Gramsbergen (Overijssel)’. Palaeohistoria 39/40. Rotterdam/Brookfield: A.A. Balkema

John, S 1998 ‘Shrunken Medieval Villages of Nottinghamshire: A project for the Monuments Protection Programme of English Heritage’. Unpublished English Heritage report

Johnson, A G 1993-4 ‘Excavations in Oundle, Northants: work carried out at Stoke Doyle Road, 1979, Black Pot Lane, 1985, and St Peter’s Church, 1991’. Northamptonshire Archaeology 25, 99-118

Johnson, H A and Cox, A 1985 ‘The architecture of Grove Hall, Nottinghamshire’. Transactions of the Thoroton Society 89, 75-85

Johnson, M H 1993 Housing Culture: Traditional Architecture in an English Landscape. London: University College London Press

Johnson, M H 1996 An Archaeology of Capitalism. Oxford: Blackwell

Johnson, M H 1997 ‘Rethinking houses, rethinking transitions: Vernacular architecture, ordinary people and everyday culture’ in Gaimster, D and Stamper, K (eds), 145-55

Johnson, R 1960 ’17th century iron works at Bulwell and Kirkby’. Transactions of the Thoroton Society 64, 44-6

Johnston, D E 1969 ‘Romano-British pottery kilns near Northampton’. Antiquaries Journal 39, 75-97

Jones, D 1988 ‘Aerial reconnaissance and prehistoric and Romano-British archaeology in northern Lincolnshire – a sample survey’. Lincolnshire History and Archaeology 23, 5-30

Jones, D 1998 ‘Long barrows and elongated enclosures in Lincolnshire: An analysis of the Air Photographic evidence’. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society 64, 83-114

Jones, D and Whitwell, J B 1991 ‘Survey of the Roman fort and multi-period settlement complex at Kirmington on the Lincolnshire Wolds: A non-destructive approach’. Lincolnshire History and Archaeology 26, 57-62

Jones, E L 2009 ‘The environmental effects of blood sports in lowland England since 1750’. Rural History, Culture and Society 20, 51-66

Jones, E T. Laughton, J and Clark, P 2000 Northampton in the Late Middle Ages (University of Leicester Working Paper 10). Leicester: Centre for Urban History, University of Leicester

Jones, G 1979 ‘Multiple estates and early settlement’ in Sawyer, P (ed) English Medieval Settlement. London: Edward Arnold, 9-34

Jones, G 1982 Plant remains from the Roman villa at Norfolk St. Leicester (Ancient Monuments Laboratory Report No. 4973). London: English Heritage

Jones, G 1987 ‘The plant remains’ in Garton, D 1987b, 58-63

Jones, G 2000 ‘Evaluating the importance of cultivation and collecting in Neolithic Britain’ in Fairbairn 2000, 79-84

Jones, G D B and Wild, J P 1970 ‘Manchester University excavations at Brough-on-Noe (Navio) 1969’. Derbyshire Archaeological Journal 89, 99-106

Jones, G D B and Thompson, F H 1965 Brough-on-Noe (Navio)’. Derbyshire Archaeological Journal 85, 125-6

Jones, G D B and Wild, J P 1968 ‘Excavations at Brough-on-Noe (Navio) 1968’. Derbyshire Archaeological Journal 88, 89-96

Jones, G D B, Thompson, F H and Wild, J P 1966 ‘Manchester University excavations at Brough-on-Noe (Navio) 1966’. Derbyshire Archaeological Journal 86, 99-101

Jones, H 1997 ‘The Region of Derbyshire and North Staffordshire from AD 350 to AD 700: An analysis of Romano-British and Anglian barrow use in the White Peak’. Unpublished Ph.D. thesis, University of Nottingham

Jones, H 2002 ‘Brough, Glebe Farm’. Transactions of the Thoroton Society 106, 147-48

Jones, M 2009a Norwell Buildings. Nottingham: Norwell Parish Heritage Group

Jones, M 2009b Norwell Farms. Nottingham: Norwell Parish Heritage Group

Jones, M J 1988 ‘Lincoln’ in Webster, G (ed) Fortress into city: The consolidation of Roman Britain first century AD. London: Batsford, 90-114

Jones, M J 2002 Roman Lincoln: Fortress, colony and capital. Stroud: Tempus

Jones, M J, Stocker, D and Vince, A 2003 The City by the Pool. Assessing the archaeology of the City of Lincoln (Lincoln Archaeological Studies 10). Oxford: Oxbow

Jones, P F and Stanley, M F 1975 ‘Description of Hippopotamus and other mammalian remains from the Allenton terraces of the lower Derwent Valley, South Derbyshire’. Journal of the East Midlands Geological Society 5 (4), 259-71

Jones, R 2005 ‘Signatures in the soil: The use of pottery in manure scatters in the identification of medieval arable farming regimes’. Archaeological Journal 161, 159-188

Jones, R and Page, M 2003 ‘Characterizing rural settlement and landscape: Whittlewood Forest in the Middle Ages’. Medieval Archaeology 47, 53-84

Jones, R and Page, M 2006 Medieval Villages in an English Landscape. Beginnings and Ends. Macclesfield: Windgather Press

Jones, R L 1976 ‘The activities of Mesolithic man: Further palaeobotanical evidence from north-east Yorkshire’ in Davidson, D D and Shackley, M A (eds) Geo-archaeology: Earth Science and the Past. London: Duckworth, 355-67

Jones, S 2003 ‘Leicester Abbey (SK 584 060)’. Transactions of the Leicestershire Archaeological and Historical Society 77, 125-6

Jones, S and Buckley, R 2004 ‘Leicester Abbey (SK 584 060)’. Transaction of the Leicestershire Archaeological and Historical Society 78, 143

Jones, S, Major, K, and Varley, J 1984 ‘The survey of ancient houses’ in Lincoln I: Priorygate to Pottergate. Lincoln: Lincoln Civic Trust

Jones, S, Major, K, and Varley, J, 1987 The survey of ancient houses in Lincoln II: Houses to the South and West of the Minster. Lincoln: Lincoln Civic Trust

Jones, S, Major, K, and Varley, J 1990 The survey of ancient houses in Lincoln III: Houses in Eastgate, Priorygate and James Street Lincoln: Lincoln Civic Trust

Jones, S, Major, K, Varley, J and Johnson, C 1996 The survey of ancient houses in Lincoln IV: Houses in the bail: Steep Hill, Castle Hill and Bailgate. Lincoln: Lincoln Civic Trust

Jope, E M 1961a ‘The beginnings of La Tène ornamental style in the British Isles’ in Frere, S S (ed) Problems of the Iron Age in Southern Britain. London: University of London Institute of Archaeology

Jope, E M 1961b ‘Daggers of the Early Iron Age in Britain’. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society 27, 307-43

Jope, E M and Ivens, R J 1995 ‘A later medieval pottery kiln at Potterspury, Northamptonshire’. Northamptonshire Archaeology 26, 141-8

Jöris, O and Weninger, B 1996 ‘Calendric Age-Conversion of Glacial Radiocarbon Data at the Transition from the Middle to Upper Palaeolithic in Europe’. Bulletin de la Société Préhistorique Luxembourgeoise 18, 43-55

Jöris, O. and Weninger, B 1999 ‘Possibilities of Calendric Conversion of Radio Carbon Data for the Glacial Periods’ in Evin, J, Oberlin, C, Daugas, J P and Salles, J F (eds) ‘Actes du 3ème congr. int. ‘Archéologie et 14C’, Lyon, -10 Avril 1998′. Revue d’Archéometrie Supplément 1999 et Société Préhistorique Française Mémoire 26, 87-92

Journal of Roman Studies 1961 ‘Note on discoveries at Holme’. Journal of Roman Studies 55, 120

Joyce, S 1999 ‘Enclosure and landholding in the Soar Valley’. Transactions of the Leicestershire Archaeological Society 73, 34-44


Kay, S O 1961 ‘Some pottery fragments from the Roman camp at Pentrich’. Derbyshire Archaeological Journal 81, 139-41

Kay, S O 1962 ‘The Romano-British pottery kilns at Hazelwood and Holbrook, Derbyshire’. Derbyshire Archaeological Journal 82, 21-42

Keevill, G D 1992 ‘Life on the edge: Archaeology and alluvium at Redlands Farm, Stanwick, Northants’ in Needham, S and Macklin, M G (eds) Alluvial Archaeology in Britain. Oxford: Oxbow, 177-84

Keevill, G D and Williams, R J 1993-4 ‘The excavation of a Roman road and a medieval causeway at Ditchford pit, Wellingborough, Northamptonshire’. Northamptonshire Archaeology 25, 47-77

Kelly, J H 1976 The Excavation of Wetton Mill Rock Shelter, Manifold Valley, Staffordshire. Stoke-on-Trent Museum Archaeological Society

Kelso, W M and Most, R (eds) 1990 Earth Patterns: Essays in Landscape Archaeology. Charlottesville and London

Kennedy, M and Foxall, L (eds) 2015 The Bones of a King. Wiley-Blackwell

Kenyon, K M 1948 The Jewry Wall Site, Leicester (Research Report of the Society of Antiquaries of London 15). Oxford: Society of Antiquaries of London

Kenyon, K M 1950 ‘Excavations at Breedon on the Hill’. Transactions of the Leicestershire Archaeological and Historical Society 26, 37-82

Kerridge, E 1967 The Agricultural Revolution. London: Allen & Unwin

Kidd, A 2000 An Archaeological Resource Assessment of the Later Bronze and Iron Ages (the First Millennium BC) in Northamptonshire. The East Midlands Archaeological Research Frameworks Project Stage 1: An Archaeological Resource AssessmentPDF File

Kidd, A 2004 ‘Northamptonshire in the First Millennium BC’ in Tingle, M (ed) 2004, 44-62

Kiernan, D T 1989 The Derbyshire Lead Industry in the Sixteenth Century (Derbyshire Record Society 16). Chesterfield

Kilmurray, K 1980 The Pottery Industry of Stamford, Lincolnshire, AD 850-1250 (British Archaeological Report British Series 84). Oxford: British Archaeological Report

Kinnes, I A 1988 ‘The Cattleship Potemkin: the first Neolithic in Britain’ in Barrett J and Kinnes, I A (eds) The Archaeology of Context in the Neolithic and Bronze Age: Recent Trends. Sheffield: University of Sheffield, Department of Archaeology and Prehistory, 2-8

Kinsley, A G 1989a Newark’s Archaeological Resource. Nottingham

Kinsley A G 1989b The Anglo-Saxon Cemetery at Millgate, Newark on Trent, Nottinghamshire. Nottingham: University of Nottingham, Department of Classical and Archaeological Studies

Kinsley, A G (ed) 1993a Excavations on the Romano-British Settlement and Anglo-Saxon Cemetery at Broughton Lodge, Willoughby-on-the-Wolds, Nottinghamshire 1964-8. Nottingham: University of Nottingham, Department of Classical and Archaeological Studies

Kinsley, A G 1993b ‘Excavations on the Saxo-Norman town defences at Slaughter House Lane, Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire’. Transactions of the Thoroton Society 97, 14-63

Kipling, R 2004 ‘9 St Nicholas Place’. Transactions of the Leicestershire Archaeological and Historical Society 78, 151-6

Kirby, D, Thomas D and Turner, L (eds) 1988 Northampton remembers boot and shoe (‘Northampton Remembers’ Series No. 1). Northampton: Northampton Borough Council

Kirkham, B 2001 ‘Iron Age and Roman saltmaking on the Lindsey coast and marshland’ in Lane and Morris 2001, 405-10

Klingelhoffer, E 1983 ‘Rockingham Castle in 1250’. Northamptonshire Past and Present 7, 11-25

Knight, B 2007 ‘Rural Development Agencies and rural heritage’. English Heritage Conservation Bulletin 54, 29-31

Knight, D 1984 Late Bronze Age and Iron Age settlement in the Nene and Great Ouse Basins (British Archaeological Reports British Series 130) Oxford: British Archaeological Reports

Knight, D 1986-7 ‘An Iron Age hillfort at Castle Yard, Farthingstone, Northamptonshire’. Northamptonshire Archaeology 21, 31-40

Knight, D 1992 ‘Excavations of an Iron Age settlement at Gamston, Nottinghamshire’. Transactions of the Thoroton Society 96, 16-90

Knight, D 1997a ‘A Middle Bronze Age Rapier from Langford, Nottinghamshire’. Transactions of the Thoroton Society 101, 59-61

Knight, D 1997b ‘Revised guidelines for the analysis of later prehistoric pottery fabrics’. Old Potter’s Almanack 5/2, 1-2

Knight, D 1998 ‘Guidelines for the recording of Later Prehistoric Pottery from the East Midlands’. Unpublished Trent and Peak Achaeology Unit report

Knight, D 1999 ‘The Derby Southern by-pass’. Current Archaeology 157, 32-3

Knight, D 2000 ‘An Iron Age and Romano-British Settlement at Moor Pool Close, Rampton, Nottinghamshire’. Unpublished Trent and Peak Archaeological Trust Report

Knight, D 2002 ‘A regional ceramic sequence: Pottery of the first millennium BC between the Humber and the Nene’ in Woodward, A and Hill, J D (eds) Prehistoric Britain: The Ceramic Basis. Oxford: Oxbow Monograph, 119-42

Knight, D 2007 ‘From open to enclosed: Iron Age landscapes of the Trent Valley’ in Haselgrove, C and Moore, T (eds) The Later Iron Age in Britain and Beyond. Oxford: Oxbow Books, 190-218

Knight, D 2017 Derwent Valley Mills World Heritage Site Research Framework. Matlock: Derwent Valley Mills Partnership 

Knight, D and Vyner, B 2007 Trent Valley: Making Archaeology Matter http://archaeologydataservice.ac.uk/archives/view/tvmm_eh_2007/

Knight, D, Vyner, B and Allen, C 2012 East Midlands Heritage: An Updated Research Agenda and Strategy for the Historic Environment of the East Midlands (Nottingham Archaeological Monographs 6). University of Nottingham and York Archaeological Trust

Knight, D and Elliott, L 2008 ‘Towards a bounded landscape: excavations at Gonalston, Nottinghamshire, and the development of the earliest field systems in the Trent Valley’ in Chadwick, A M (ed) Recent Approaches to the Archaeology of Land Allotment (British Archaeological Reports International Series 1875). Oxford: B.A.R, 160-83

Knight, D, Faber, E, Carney et al 2012 Prehistoric Pottery Production in Charnwood Forest. Report for English Heritagehttp://archaeologydataservice.ac.uk/archives/view/charnwood_eh_2014/

Knight, D, Garton, D and Leary, R 1998 ‘The Elmton fieldwalking survey: Prehistoric and Romano-British artefact scatters’. Derbyshire Archaeological Journal 118, 69-85

Knight, D and Howard, A 1994 Archaeology and Alluvium in the Trent Valley. Nottingham: Trent and Peak Archaeological Trust, University Park

Knight, D and Howard, A 2004 Trent Valley Landscapes. The Archaeology of 500,000 Years of change. Kings Lynn: Heritage Marketing and Publications Ltd

Knight, D, Marsden, P and Carney, J 2003 ‘Local or non-local? Prehistoric granodiorite-tempered pottery in the East Midlands’ in Gibson, A (ed) Prehistoric Pottery. People, Pattern and Purpose (British Archaeological Reports International Series 1156). Oxford: British Archaeological Reports, 111-25

Knight, D and Malone, S 1997 ‘Evaluation of a Late Iron Age and Romano-British Settlement and Palaeochannels of the Trent at Chapel Farm, Shardlow and Great Wilne, Derbyshire’. Unpublished Trent and Peak Archaeological Trust Report

Knight, D and Malone, S 1998 ‘Further evaluations of an Iron Age and Romano-British Settlement and Fluvial features at Chapel Farm, Shardlow and Great Wilne, Derbyshire’. Unpublished Trent and Peak Archaeological Trust Report

Knight, D and Morris, T 1997 ‘Swarkestone Quarry, Barrow on Trent, Derbyshire: Summary of archaeological work 1995-6’. Unpublished Trent and Peak Archaeological Trust ReportKnight, D, Pearce, M and Wilson, A 2007 Trent Valley Gravels Geophysics Assessmenthttp://archaeologydataservice.ac.uk/archives/view/tvgga_eh_2007/

Knocker, G M 1965 ‘Excavations in Colleyweston Great Wood, Northamptonshire’. Archaeological Journal 122, 52-72

Knowles, D and Hadcock, R H 1953 Medieval Religious Houses: England and Wales. London: Longman

Knox, R 2000 An Archaeological Resource Assessment of the Mesolithic in Leicestershire and Rutland, The East Midlands Archaeological Research Frameworks Project Stage 1: An Archaeological Resource Assessment PDF File

Knox, R 2004 ‘The Anglo-Saxons in Leicestershire’ in Bowman, P and Liddle, P (eds), Leicestershire Landscapes (Leicestershire Museums Archaeological Fieldwork Group Monograph 1).

Knüsel, C J and Carr, G C 1995 ‘On the significance of the crania from the River Thames and its tributaries’. Antiquity 69, 162-9

Krawiec, K, Howard, A J, Gearey, B 2017 Beside the River Trent: Archaeological Investigations at Shardlow Quarry, Derbyshire (Spoilheap Monograph 14). Archaeology South-East & Trent and Peak Archaeology

Kroll, H 1992-2001 ‘Annual review. Literature on archaeological remains of cultivated plants, Vegetation History and Archaeobotany’. Springer-Verlag. Vols 4-10 and ongoing http://www.archaeobotany.de


Lake, J 2000 Twentieth Century Military Sites. London: English Heritage

Lane, H C 1969 ‘Markland Grips Iron Age Promontory Fort’. Derbyshire Archaeological Journal 89, 59-67

Lane, H C 1973 Roman Chesterfield. Chesterfield.

Lane, T 1993 The Fenland Project No 8: Lincolnshire Survey, The Northern Fen Edge (East Anglian Archaeology Report 66)

Lane, T 1994 ‘The site in its setting and adjacent salvage excavations’ in French 1994, 5-15

Lane, T 1995 The Archaeology and Developing Landscape of Ropsley and Humby, Lincolnshire (Lincolnshire Archaeology and Heritage Report Series 2). Heckington

Lane, T 2001 ‘Langtoft, Lincolnshire’ in Lane and Morris 2001, 250-62

Lane, T forthcoming Fenland Management Project: Lincolnshire Prehistoric Sites (Lincolnshire Archaeology and Heritage Report Series)

Lane, T and Coles, J 2002b Through wet and dry: Essays in honour of David Hall (Lincolnshire Archaeology and Heritage Reports Series 5). Sleaford

Lane, T and Morris, E L 2001 A Millennium of Saltmaking: Prehistoric and Romano-British salt production in the Fenland (Lincolnshire Archaeology and Heritage Reports Series 4). Heckington

Lane, T and Trimble, D 1995 ‘Fenland Management Project, Lincolnshire. Excavations in 1994’. Fenland Research 9

Lane, T and Trimble, D (eds) 2010 Fluid Landscapes and Human Adaptation: Excavations on Prehistoric Sites on the Lincolnshire Fen Edge 1991-1994. Heckington: Heritage Trust of Lincolnshire

Lapidge, M, Blair, J, Keynes, S and Scragg, D (eds), 1999 The Blackwell Encyclopedia of Anglo-Saxon England. Oxford: Blackwells

Laskey, J 1979 ‘Messingham pit alignments’. Lincolnshire History and Archaeology 14, 73-4

Last, J 1998 ‘Out of line: Cursuses and monument typology in Eastern England’ in Barclay, A and Harding, J Pathways and ceremonies. The cursus monuments of Britain and Ireland (Neolithic Studies Seminar Paper 4). Oxford: Oxbow, 86-97

Laurence, R 1999 Roads of Roman Italy: Mobility and Cultural Change London: Routledge

Lawrence, S and Smith, A 2009 Between Villa and Town. Excavations of a Roman Roadside Settlement and Shrine at Higham Ferrers, Northamptonshire (Oxford Archaeology Monograph 7). Oxford: Oxford Archaeology, 140-145

Laxton, R 1997 ‘A 13th century crisis in the Royal Forest of Sherwood’. Transactions of the Thoroton Society 101, 73-98

Leach, T R.1990-1 Lincolnshire Country Houses and their Families, Parts 1 and 2. Dunholme

Leach, S, Eckardt, H, Chenery, C et al 2010. ‘A ‘lady’ of York: Migration, ethnicity and identity in Roman York’. Antiquity 84, 131-45

Leach, T. R and Pacey, R 1990-4 Lost Lincolnshire Country Houses, Vols 1-4. Burgh-le-Marsh

Leahy, K and Coutts, C M 1987 The Lost Kingdom: the search for Anglo-Saxon Lindsey. Scunthorpe

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