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Quinnell, H 1991 ‘The villa and temple at Cosgrove, Northamptonshire’. Northamptonshire Archaeology 23, 4-66

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Rackham, J (ed) 1994 Environment and Economy in Anglo-Saxon England (Council for British Archaeology Research Report 89). London: Council for British Archaeology

Rackham, O 1980 Ancient Woodland: its history, vegetation and uses in England. London: Edward Arnold

Rackham, O 1986 The History of the Countryside. London: Dent

Radiocarbon Palaeolithic Europe Database, version 12: http://ees.kuleuven.be/geography/projects/14c-palaeolithic/index.html

Radley, J 1962 ‘Peat erosion on the high moors of Derbyshire and West Yorkshire’. East Midland Geographer 3 (1), 40-50

Radley, J 1963a ‘Recent Prehistoric finds in the Peak District’. Derbyshire Archaeological Journal 83, 96-100

Radley, J 1963b ‘Peak District roads prior to the Turnpike era’. Derbyshire Archaeological Journal 83, 39-50

Radley, J 1963-4 ‘Peak Millstones and Hallamshire grindstones’. Transactions of the Newcomen Society 36, 165-73

Radley, J 1967 ‘Excavations at a rock shelter at Whaley, Derbyshire’. Derbyshire Archaeological Journal 87, 1-17

Radley, J 1968 ‘A Mesolithic structure at Sheldon’. Derbyshire Archaeological Journal 88, 37-46

Radley, J 1969 ‘Late Upper Palaeolithic and Mesolithic surface sites in South Yorkshire’. Transactions of the Hunter Archaeological Society 9, 38-50

Radley, J and Cooper, L B 1968 ‘A Neolithic site at Elton: An experiment in field recording’. Derbyshire Archaeological Journal 88, 37-46

Radley, J and Marshall, G 1963 ‘Mesolithic sites in south-west Yorkshire’. Yorkshire Archaeological Journal 39, 81-97

Radley, J and Mellars, P A 1964 ‘A Mesolithic structure at Deepcar, Yorkshire, England, and the affinities of its associated flint industry’. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society 30, 1-24

Radley, J. and Marshall, G 1965 ‘Maglemosian sites in the Pennines’. Yorkshire Archaeological Journal 41, 394-402

Radley, J and Radford, F 1969 ‘Iron Age pottery from Brassington Common’. Derbyshire Archaeological Journal 89, 121-2

Radley, J, Tallis, J H and Switsur, V R 1974 ‘Excavation of three ‘narrow blade’ Mesolithic sites in the southern Pennines’. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society 40, 1-19

Raftis, J A 1974 Assart data and land values: Two studies in the East Midlands 1200-1350. Toronto: Pontifical Institute for Medieval Studies

Randall, A L 1970-1 ‘The Kettering worsted industry in the eighteenth century 1’. Northamptonshire Past and Present 4 (5), 312-20

Randall, A L 1971-2 ‘The Kettering worsted industry in the eighteenth century 2’. Northamptonshire Past and Present 4 (6), 349-56

Rankine, W F 1949 Mesolithic Survey of the West Surrey Greensand (Research Papers of the Surrey Archaeological Society No.2)

Rankine, W F 1951 ‘Quartzite pebble maceheads with hour-glass perforation and their distribution in England’. Archaeological Newsletter 4 (4), 53-5

RCHME 1960 A Matter of Time. Royal Commission on Historical Monuments England. London: Her Majesty’s Stationery Office

RCHME 1964 The Civil War Siegeworks of Newark on Trent. Royal Commission on Historical Monuments England. London: Her Majesty’s Stationery Office

RCHME 1975 An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in the Region of Northampton, Vol. 1: Archaeological Sites in North East Northamptonshire. Royal Commission on Historical Monuments, England. London: Her Majesty’s Stationery Office.

RCHME 1977 The Town of Stamford Royal Commission on Historical Monuments, England. London: Her Majesty’s Stationery Office

RCHME, 1979 An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in the County of Northampton, Vol. 2: Archaeological Sites in Central Northamptonshire. Royal Commission on Historical Monuments England. London: Her Majesty’s Stationery Office RCHME, 1980 Northamptonshire: An Archaeological Atlas. Royal Commission on Historical Monuments England. London: Her Majesty’s Stationery Office

RCHME, 1981 An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in the County of Northampton, Vol. 3: Archaeological Sites in North-West Northamptonshire. Royal Commission on Historical Monuments England. London: Her Majesty’s Stationery Office

RCHME 1982 An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in the County of Northampton, Vol. 4: Archaeological Sites in South-West Northamptonshire. Royal Commission on Historical Monuments England. London: Her Majesty’s Stationery Office

RCHME, 1984 An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in the County of Northampton Historical Monuments England, Vol. 6: Architectural Monuments in North Northamptonshire. Royal Commission on Historical Monuments England. London: Her Majesty’s Stationery Office

RCHME, 1985 An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in the County of Northampton, Vol. 5: Archaeological Sites and Churches in Northampton. Royal Commission on Historical Monuments England. London: Her Majesty’s Stationery Office.

RCHME, 1986 Non-conformist Chapels and Meeting Houses: Northamptonshire and Oxfordshire. Royal Commission for the Historical Monuments of England. Swindon: Her Majesty’s Stationery Office

RCHME, 1993 ‘Guilsborough, Northamptonshire. An archaeological survey by the RCHME’. Unpublished Royal Commission on Historical Monuments England report

RCHME, 1999 ‘The Nottinghamshire Mapping Project – A report for the National Mapping Programme Swindon’. Unpublished Royal Commission on Historical Monuments England report

RCHME and PPJPB, 1993 ‘An Archaeological Survey of the Northern Halves of Gardoms and Birchen Edges, Baslow, Derbyshire’. Unpublished report (3 vols). National Monuments Record No. SK 27 SE 98

Reaney, D 1968 ‘Beaker burials in South Derbyshire’. Derbyshire Archaeological Journal 88, 68-81

Reece, R 1995 ‘Site finds in Roman Britain’. Britannia 26, 321-39

Renfrew, C 1973 ‘Monuments, mobilization and social organization in Neolithic Wessex’ in Renfrew, C (ed) The explanation of culture change: models in prehistory. London: Duckworth, 539-58

Renfrew, C 1976 ‘Megaliths, territories and populations’ in de Laet, J (ed) Acculturation and Continuity in Atlantic Europe mainly during the Neolithic period and the Bronze Age. Bruges: de Tempel, 198-220

Reynier, M J 1994 Radiocarbon dating of early Mesolithic stone technologies from Great Britain (119e Congrès National Soc. Hist, Amiens, 1994, Pré- et Protohistoire). Amiens, 529-42

Reynier, M J 1998 ‘Early Mesolithic settlement in England and Wales: Some preliminary observations’ in Ashton et al (eds) 1998, 174-84

Reynolds, N 1975 ‘Investigations in the Observatory Tower, Lincoln’. Medieval Archaeology 19, 201-5

Rice, R J 1968 ‘The Quaternary Era’ in Sylvester-Bradley, P C and Ford, T D (eds) The Geology of the East Midlands. Leicester: Leicester University Press, 332-55

Rice, R J 1972 ‘Geomorphology’ in Pye, N (ed) Leicester and its Region. Leicester: Leicester University Press, 58-83

Rice, R J 1991 ‘Distribution and provenance of the Baginton sand and gravel in the Wreake Valley, northern Leicestershire, England: Implications for inter-regional correlation’. Journal of Quaternary Studies 6, 39-54

Richards, J D 1999 ‘Cottam: An Anglian and Anglo-Scandinavian settlement on the Yorkshire Wolds’. Archaeoogical Journal 156, 1-110

Richards, J D 2004 ‘Excavations at the Viking Barrow Cemetery at Heath Wood, Ingleby, Derbyshire, 1998-2000’. Antiquaries Journal 84, 23-116

Richards, J D 2004. Excavations at the Viking Barrow Cemetery at Heath Wood, Ingleby, Derbyshire, 1998-2000http://archaeologydataservice.ac.uk/archives/view/ingleby_soa_2003/

Richards, J D, Naylor, J and Holas-Clark, C The Viking and Anglo-Saxon Landscape and Economy (VASLE) Projecthttp://archaeologydataservice.ac.uk/archives/view/vasle_ahrc_2008/

Richards, M 2001 ‘Stable isotope analysis of the human bone’ in Davies 2001

Richards, M 2000 ‘Stable isotope analysis in archaeology: A short introduction’. The Archaeologist 38, 19-20

Richards, M P, Hedges, R E M, Molleson, T I et al 1998 ‘Stable isotope analysis reveals variations in human diet at the Poundbury Camp cemetery site’. Journal of Archaeological Science 25, 1247-1252

Richardson, H 1998 English Hospitals 1660-1948. Swindon: Royal Commission on Historical Monuments England

Richmond, I A 1938 ‘Interim report on excavations at the Roman fort at Brough, Derbyshire’. Derbyshire Archaeological Journal 59, 53-65

Riden, P 1988 ‘The Ironworks at Alderwasley and Morley Park’. Derbyshire Archaeological Journal 108, 77-107

Riden, P 1991 ‘The charcoal iron industry in the East Midlands 1580-1780’. Derbyshire Archaeological Journal 111, 64-84

Rideout, J, Owen, O A and Halpin, E 1992 Hillforts of Southern Scotland (AOC Monograph 1). Edinburgh

Rieuwerts, J M 1966 ‘A List of the Soughs of the Derbyshire Lead Mines’. Bulletin of the Peak District Mines Historical Society 3 (1)

Riley, D N 1957 ‘Neolithic and Bronze Age pottery from Risby Warren and other occupation sites in North Lincolnshire’. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society 23, 40-56

Riley, D N 1966 ‘An early Bronze Age Cairn on Harland Edge, Beeley Moor’. Derbyshire Archaeological Journal 86, 31-53

Riley, D N 1980 Early Landscape from the Air: Studies of crop marks in South Yorkshire and North Nottinghamshire. Sheffield: Department of Prehistory and Archaeology, University of Sheffield

Riley, D N 1977 ‘Roman defended sites at Kirmington, S. Humberside and Farnsfield, Notts., recently found from the air’. Britannia 7, 189-92

Ripoll, S, Muñoz, Bahn, P and Pettitt, P 2004 ‘Palaeolithic Cave Engravings at Creswell Crags, England’. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society 70, 93-106

Ripper, S 1997 ‘Birstall (SK 605 101)’. Transactions of the Leicestershire Archaeological and Historical Society 71, 87-8

Ripper, S 1998 ‘An archaeological evaluation of land west of Warren Farm, Lockington, Leicestershire’. Unpublished University of Leicester Archaeological Services Report 98/53

Ripper, S 2004 ‘Bodies, Burnt Mounds and Bridges: A Riverine Landscape at Watermead Country Park, Birstall, Leicestershire’. Unpublished University of Leicester Archaeological Services Report 2004/048

Ripper, S 2010 Watermead Country Park, Leicestershire. ULAS http://archaeologydataservice.ac.uk/archives/view/watermead_eh_2009/

Ripper, S and Beamish, M 1997 ‘Enderby, Grove Park (SP 550 002)’. Transactions of the Leicestershire Archaeological and Historical Society 70, 113-14

Ripper, S and Butler, A 1999 ‘Warren Farm, Lockington (SK 477 296 and SK 466 293)’. Transactions of the Leicestershire Archaeological and Historical Society 73, 101-4

Ripper, S and Cooper, L 2009 The Hemington Bridges: The Excavation of Three Medieval Bridges at Hemington Quarry near Castle Donington(University of Leicester Archaeology Monograph 16). Leicester: University of Leicester

Rippon, S 2007 ‘Emerging regional variation in historic landscape character: The possible significance of the `long eighth century`’ in Gardiner, M and Rippon, S (eds) Medieval Landscapes: Landscape History After Hoskins. Macclesfield: Windgather Press

Ritchie, S 1997 Industry and Air Power: the expansion of British aircraft production, 1935-1941. London: Frank Cass

Roberts, A J, Barton, R N E and Evans, J 1998 ‘Early Mesolithic mastic radiocarbon dating and analysis of organic residues from Thatcham III, Star Carr and Lackford Heath’ in Ashton et al (eds) 1998, 185-93

Roberts, B K 2008. Landscapes, Documents and Maps: Villages in Northern England and Beyond, AD 900-1250. Oxford: Oxbow Books

Roberts, B K and Wrathmell, S 1994 The Monuments Protection Programme: Medieval Settlements Project (Medieval Settlement Research Group Annual Report 9), 12-17

Roberts, D L 1972 ‘Vernacular Building in Kesteven’. Unpublished M.A. thesis, University of Nottingham

Roberts, D L 1974a ‘The vernacular building of Lincolnshire’. Archaeological Journal 131, 298-308

Roberts D L 1974b ‘The persistence of archaic framing techniques in Lincolnshire, part 1’. Vernacular Architecture 5, 18-20

Roberts D L 1975 ‘The persistence of archaic framing techniques in Lincolnshire, part 2’. Vernacular Architecture 6, 33-8

Roberts, D L 1980 ‘The Buildings of the Lincolnshire Parsonage: A survey based on surviving buildings and on documentary evidence’. Unpublished Ph.D. thesis, University of Nottingham

Roberts, D L 1989 ‘Lesser rural buildings’ in Pevsner and Harris 1989, 33-41

Roberts, I, Deegan, A and Berg, D 2010 Understanding the Cropmark Landscapes of the Magnesian Limestone. Leeds: West Yorkshire Archaeological Services

Robinson, D N 1999 Lincolnshire Brick: History and Gazetteer. Heckington: Heritage Lincolnshire

Roberts, S J, Smith, C I, Millard, A R and Collins, M J 2002 ‘The taphonomy of cooked bone, characterising boiling and its physio-chemical effects’. Archaeometry 44, 485-95

Robinson M A 2000 ‘Further considerations of Neolithic charred cereals, fruit and nuts’ in Fairbairn 2000, 85-90

Robinson, M. A 2007 a ‘Environmental remains from waterlogged deposits within the Long Barrow ditch’ in Healy and Harding 2007

Robinson M A forthcoming b Environmental evidence from West Cotton and Raunds, Northamptonshire

Robson, M E 1964 ‘The Nailmaking Industry in Belper’. Derbyshire Miscellany 3 (2), 495-502

Rockman, M 2003 ‘Landscape Learning in the Late Glacial Recolonization of Britain’. Unpublished PhD dissertation, University of Arizona

Roe, D A 1981 The Lower and Middle Palaeolithic periods in Britain. London: Routledge and Kegan Paul

Roe, F 2000 ‘The worked stone’ in Charles et al 2000, 188-9

Roffe, D 1997 ‘The Anglo-Saxon town and the Norman Conquest’ in Beckett 1997, 24-42

Roffe, D 2006 ‘The Anglo-Saxon town and the Norman Conquest’ in Beckett, J (ed) A Centenary History of Nottingham. Chichester: Phillimore, 24-42

Rogers, A 1965 The Making of Stamford. Leicester: Leicester University Press

Rogers, A 1981 ‘Rural industry and social structure: The framework knitting industry of South Nottinghamshire 1670-1840’. Textile History 12, 7-37

Rollo, L 1988 ‘The shell-gritted wares’ in Mackreth, D F ‘Excavation of an Iron Age and Roman enclosure at Werrington, Cambridgeshire’. Britannia19, (59-151) 107-20

Rose, J 2009 ‘Early and Middle Pleistocene landscapes of eastern England’. Proceedings of the Geologists’ Association 120, 3-33

Rowley-Conwy, P 1981 ‘Slash and burn in the temperate European Neolithic’ in Mercer R J (ed) Farming Practice in British Prehistory. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 85-96

Rowley-Conwy, P 2000 ‘Through a taphonomic glass, darkly: The importance of cereal production in prehistoric Britain’ in Huntley J P and Stallibrass, S (eds) Taphonomy and Interpretation (Symposia of the Association for Environmental Archaeology No.14). Oxford: Oxbow, 43-53

Rudkin, E H 1975 ‘Medieval salt-making in Lincolnshire’ in de Brisay and Evans 1975, 76-84

Rudkin, E H and Owen D M 1960 The Medieval salt industry of the Lincolnshire marshland (Lincolnshire Architectural and Archaeological Society Reports and Papers 8), 76-84

Russell, E and Russell, R C 1987 Parliamentary Enclosure and New Landscapes in Lincolnshire. Lincoln: Lincolnshire County Council

Russell, R C 1975 The Logic of Open Field Systems (Standing Conference for Local History).

Ryder, P F 2000 ‘Hinckley Town Centre Conservation Area Historic Buildings appraisal’. Unpublished report for Leicestershire County Council

Rylatt, J forthcoming Archaeological Investigations along the Proposed Route of the Lincoln Eastern Bypass Heckington: Witham Valley Archaeology Research Committee;

Rylatt, J and Field, N forthcoming Lincoln University: Excavation of the Delph Pond 2006. Heckington: WVARC

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Salisbury, C R 1981 ‘An Anglo-Saxon Fish-Weir at Colwick, Nottinghamshire’. Transactions of the Thoroton Society 85, 26-36

Salisbury, C R 1991 ‘Primitive British fishweirs’ in Good, G L, Jones, R H and Ponsford, M W (eds) Waterfront Archaeology, Proceedings of the Third International Conference 1988 (Council for British Archaeology Research Report 74). London: Council for British Archaeology, 76-87

Salisbury, C R 1995 ‘A Bridge too Old – a Mercian Bridge over the Trent at Cromwell, Nottinghamshire’. Transactions of the Thoroton Society 99, 121-3

Salisbury, C R 1997 ‘Tudor stoers and set-poles from the River Trent in Nottinghamshire’. Transactions of the Thoroton Society 101, 109-18

Salisbury, C R, Whitley, C D and Fox, J L 1984 ‘Flandrian Courses of the River trent at Colwick, Nottingham’. Mercian Geologist 9 No. 4, 189-207

Samuels, J 1980 ‘Mud-walled buildings at Flintham and Thoroton, Nottinghamshire’. Transactions of the Thoroton Society 84, 44-7

Samuels, J 1995a ‘A Survey of Timber Framed Buildings of Newark (Stage 1)’. Unpublished report for Newark and Sherwood District Council

Samuels, J 1995b ‘Post-medieval glass making and industrial activity at Awsworth, Nottinghamshire’. Transactions of the Thoroton Society 102, 99-101

Samuels, J and Russell, A 1999 ‘An Anglo-Saxon Burial near Winthorpe Road, Newark, Nottinghamshire’. Transactions of the Thoroton Society 103, 57-83

Saville, A 1972-3 ‘A reconsideration of the prehistoric flint assemblage from Bourne Pool, Aldridge, Staffs’. Transactions of the South Staffordshire Archaeological and Historical Society 14, 6-28

Saville, A 1976 ‘Excavations at Beadle quarry, East Goscote,Leicestershire’. Transactions of the Leicestershire Archaeological and Historical Society51, 29-39

Saville, A 1981a ‘Mesolithic industries in central England: An exploratory investigaton using microlith typology’. Archaeological Journal 138, 49-71

Saville, A 1981b ‘Honey Hill, Elkington: A Northamptonshire Mesolithic Site’. Northamptonshire Archaeology 16, 1-13

Sawday, D 1991 ‘Potters Marston ware’. Transactions of the Leicestershire Archaeological and Historical Society 65, 34-7

Sawyer, P 1998 Anglo-Saxon Lincolnshire (History of Lincolnshire 3). Lincoln

Scaife, R and Allen, M 1999 ‘A prehistoric vegetation history, near Cottam, Nottinghamshire’. Transactions of the Thoroton Society of Nottinghamshire103, 15-23

Schaffer, G D and Cole, E J 1994 Standards and Guidelines for Archaeological Investigations in Maryland. Maryland Historical Trust Technical Report No. 2 http://mht.maryland.gov/documents/PDF/archeology/Archeology_standards_investigations.pdf

Schlanger, N 1996 ‘Understanding Levallois; Lithic technology and cognitive archaeology’. Cambridge Archaeological Journal 6, 231-54

Schofield, A J 1991 ‘Artefact distributions as activity areas: Examples from south-east Hampshire’ in Schofield A J (ed) Contributions to Ploughzone Archaeology. Oxford: Oxbow, 117-28

Schofield, J 1998 ‘London Archaeological Resource Assessment’. Museum of London unpublished consultation draft

Schofield, J 2000 MPP 2000: A review of the Monuments Protection Programme, 1986-2000. London: English Heritage

Schreve, D C, Bridgland, D R, Allen, P et al 2002 ‘Sedimentology, palaeontology and archaeology of late Middle Pleistocene River Thames terrace deposits at Purfleet, Essex, UK’. Quaternary Science Review 21, 1423-146

Schrufer-Kolb, I 1999 ‘Roman Iron production in the East Midlands, England’ in Young, S M M, Pollard, A M, Budd, P and Ixer, R A (eds) Metals in Antiquity (British Archaeological Reports International Series 792). Oxford: British Archaeological Reports, 227-33

Schrufer-Kolb, I 2000 ‘Roman iron production in the East Midlands, England’. Unpublished Ph.D. thesis, University of Leicester

Schrufer-Kolb, I 2004 Roman Iron Production in Britain: Technological and Socio-Economic Developments along the Jurassic Ridge (British Archaeological Reports British Series 380). Oxford: B.A.R

Schulting, R J 2000 ‘New AMS dates from the Lambourn long barrow and the question of the earliest Neolithic in southern England: repacking the Neolithic package?’ Oxford Journal of Archaeology 19 (1), 25-35

Score, V 2006 ‘Rituals, hoards and helmets: a ceremonial meeting place of the Corieltauvi’. Transactions of the Leicestershire Archaeological and Historical Society 80, 197-207

Scott, B 2011 Becoming Neanderthals. The Earlier British Middle Palaeolithic. Oxford: Oxbow Books

Scott, K 1981 ‘Mancetter village: a first century fort’. Birmingham and Warwickshire Archaeological Society Transactions 91, 2-24

Seaborne, M V J 1964 ‘Cob cottages in Northamptonshire’. Northamptonshire Past and Present 3 (5), 215-30

Seager Smith, R H 1998 ‘Further excavations at the Iron Age enclosure at Tattershall Thorpe, Lincolnshire, by Peter Chowne, 1986’. Lincolnshire History and Archaeology 33, 7-19

Shackley, M and Hunt, S-A 1985 ‘Palaeoenvironment of a Mesolithic peat bed from Austin Friars, Leicester’. Transactions of the Leicestershire Archaeological and Historical Society 59, 1-12

Sharpe, P (ed) 1998 Women’s Work: The English Experience, 1650-1914. London: Arnold

Sharples, N M 1991 Maiden Castle. Excavations and Field Survey 1985-6 (English Heritage Archaeological Report 19). London: English Heritage

Shaw, M 1984 ‘Excavation on a Medieval site at Derngate, Northampton’. Northamptonshire Archaeology 19, 63-82

Shaw, M., 1993-4 ‘The discovery of Saxon sites below fieldwalking scatters: Settlement evidence at Brixworth and Upton, Northants’. Northamptonshire Archaeology 25, 77-92

Shaw, M 1996 ‘The excavation of a late 15th to 17th century tanning complex at The Green, Northampton’. Post-medieval Archaeology 30, 63-128

Shaw, M 1996-7 ‘Recent work in Medieval Northampton: Archaeological excavations on St Giles Street, 1990 and at St Edmund’s End 1998’. Northamptonshire Archaeology 27, 101-42

Shaw, M and Steadman, S 1993-4 ‘Life on a Medieval Backstreet: Archaeological excavation at Swan Street, Northamptonshire 1989’. Northamptonshire Archaeology 25, 127-58

Shaw, M, Webster, M and O’Hara, P 1990 ‘Archaeological Evaluation at King’s Heath, Northampton’. Unpublished Northamptonshire Archaeology Unit report.

Sheail, J 1998 The Regional Distribution of Wealth in England and Wales in the 1524/5 Lay Subsidy Returns, Vols 1-2 (ed by R.W. Hoyle) (List and Index Society Special Series 28). London

Shennan, S 1985 Experiments in the Collection and Analysis of Archaeological Survey Data: The East Hampshire Survey. Sheffield: Department of Archaeology and Prehistory, University of Sheffield

Sheppard, R, Walker, J S F and Walker, L 1993 Newark’s Industrial Archaeological Resource. Nottingham: Trent and Peak Archaeological Trust

Sherratt, A G 1980 ‘Water, soil and seasonality in Earlier cereal cultivation’. World Archaeology 11 (3), 313-30

Sherratt, A G 1981 ‘Plough and Pastoralism: Aspects of the secondary product revolution’ in Hodder, I, Isaac, G and Hammond, N (eds) Pattern of the Past. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 261-305

Sherwood, R E 1974 Civil Strife in the Midlands 1642-1651. London: Phillimore

Shimwell, D W 1974 ‘Sheep grazing intensity in Edale, Derbyshire, 1692-1747, and its effect on blanket peat erosion’. Derbyshire Archaeological Journal 94, 35-40

Sidebottom, P C 1999 ‘Stone Crosses in the Peak and the Sons of Eadwulf’. Derbyshire Archaeological Journal 119, 206-19

Sieveking, G de G, Longworth, I H and Wilson, K E (eds) 1976 Problems in Economic and Social Archaeology. London: Duckworth

Sills, J A 1982 ‘St Peters Church, Holton-le-Clay, Lincolnshire’. Lincolnshire History and Archaeology 17, 29-44

Sills, J A and Kinsley, G 1978 ‘Grimsby, Weelsby Avenue’. Lincolnshire History and Archaeology 13, 77-8

Sills, J A and Kinsley, G 1979 ‘Grimsby, Weelsby Avenue’. Lincolnshire History and Archaeology 14, 69

Sills, J A and Kinsley, G 1990 ‘An Iron Age bronze foundry at Weelsby Avenue, Grimsby’. Lincolnshire History and Archaeology 25, 49-50

Simmons, B B 1963 ‘Iron Age hill forts in Nottinghamshire’. Transactions of the Thoroton Society 67, 18-20

Simmons, B B 1979 ‘The Lincolnshire Car Dyke: Navigation or Drainage?’ Britannia 10, 183-96

Simmons, B B 1995 ‘Sapperton’ in A E Brown 1995, 157-65

Simmons, I G 1964 ‘Pollen diagrams from Dartmoor’. New Phytologist 63, 165-80

Simmons, I G 1969 ‘Pollen diagrams from the North Yorks Moors’. New Phytologist 68, 807-27

Simmons, I G 1975 ‘Towards an ecology of Mesolithic man in the uplands of Great Britain’. Journal of Archaeological Science 2, 1-15

Simmons, I G 2006 The Moorlands of England and Wales: An Environmental History 8000 BC to AD 2000. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 33-34

Simmons, I G and Innes, J B 1987 ‘Mid-Holocene adaptations and later Mesolithic forest disturbance in northern England’. Journal of Archaeological Science 14, 385-403

Simms, R 1955 ‘Lyddington Bede House’. Archaeological Journal 112, 184

Simpson, T 2001 ‘The Roman well at Piddington, Northamptonshire, England: An investigation of the Coleopterous fauna’. Environmental Archaeology 6, 91-6

Simpson, W G 1976 ‘A barrow cemetery of the second millennium BC at Tallington’. Lincolnshire, Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society 42, 215-40

Skidmore, P 1999 ‘Mineralised flies’ in Connor and Buckley 1999, 341-3

Smith, A, Allen, M, Brindle, T, Fulford, M 2016 The Rural Settlement of Roman Britain (Britannia Monographs 29). Roman Society Publications

Smith, A G 1970 ‘The influence of Mesolithic and Neolithic man on British vegetation: A discussion’ in Walker, D and West, R G (eds) Studies in the Vegetational History of the British Isles: Essays in Honour of Harry Godwin. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 81-96

Smith, A. G, Whittle, A, Cloutman, E W and Morgan, L A 1989 ‘Mesolithic and Neolithic activity and environmental impact on the south-east fen edge in Cambridgeshire’. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society 55, 207-49

Smith, C 1977 ‘The valleys of the middle Trent and Tame and their population and ecology during the late first millennium BC’ in Collis, J (ed) The Iron Age in Britain: A Review. Sheffield: Sheffield University, 51-61

Smith, C 1979 Fisherwick: The Reconstruction of an Iron Age Landscape (Oxford: British Archaeological Reports British Series 61)

Smith, C 1992a Late Stone Age Hunters of the British Isles. London: Routledge

Smith, C 1992b ‘The population of late upper Palaeolithic and Mesolithic Britain’. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society 58, 37-40

Smith, C and Openshaw, S 1990 ‘Mapping the Mesolithic’ in Vermeersch, P M and Van Peer, P (eds) Contributions to the Mesolithic in Europe. Leuven: Leuven University Press, 17-22

Smith, D J, Hird, L, and Dix, B, 1988-9 ‘The Roman villa at Great Weldon, Northants’. Northamptonshire Archaeology 22, 23-68

Smith, D H 1984 ‘Smaller domestic buildings’ in Pevsner and Williamson 1984, 61-5

Smith, D H 1969 Survey of Buildings under Threat of Demolition, Interim Report 1. Leicester: University of Leicester Department of Adult Education

Smith, D M 1963 ‘The British hosiery industry at the middle of the nineteenth century’. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, Old Series32, 124-42

Smith, D M 1965 Industrial archaeology of the East Midlands. Newton Abbot: David and Charles

Smith, D N 2000 ‘Disappearance of Elmid ‘Riffle Beetles’ from lowland river systems in Britain’ in Nicholson, R A and O’Connor, T P (eds) People as an agent of environmental change (Symposium of the Association for Environmental Archaeology No. 16). Oxford: Oxbow, 75-80

Smith, D N 2002 ‘Insect remains from a Late Neolithic palaeochannel at Hemington Quarry’ in Beamish et al 2002, 62-80

Smith, D N, Green, F and Monckton, A 2000 ‘Environmental evidence from Bronze Age palaeochannels’ in Ripper, S ‘Excavations at Willow Farm, Castle Donington, Leicestershire. Assessment and Updated Project Design’. Unpublished University of Leicester Archaeological Services report

Smith, D N, Roseff, R, Brown, A G, Butler, S, Hughes G, and Monckton, A 2005 ‘Archaeological and Environmental investigations of a Lateglacial and Holocene river sedimentary sequence on the River Soar at Croft, Leicestershire, UK’. The Holocene 15 (3), 353-77

Smith, D N and Tetlow, E 2004 ‘The insect remains’ in Ripper 2004

Smith, J T 1981 ‘The problems of cruck construction and the evidence of distribution maps’ in Alcock, N W (ed) Cruck Construction: an Introduction and Catalogue (Council for British Archaeology Research Report 42). London: Council for British Archaeology, 5-24

Smith, K A 1995 ‘Mammal fossils and a possible water hole and pathway from the Nene Valley, Northampton, UK’. Newsletter of the Quaternary Research Association 75, 36-44

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