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Excavations at Guiting Power Iron Age site, Gloucestershire, 1974

Alan Saville

Excavations at Guiting Power Iron Age site, Gloucestershire, 1974

by Alan Saville

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Published by Council for Rescue Archaeology in Avon, Gloucestershire and Somerset in Bristol (The Archaeological Centre, Mark La., Bristol BS1 4XR) .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Iron age -- England -- Guiting Power (Gloucestershire),
  • Excavations (Archaeology) -- England -- Guiting Power (Gloucestershire),
  • Guiting Power (Gloucestershire) -- Antiquities.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementAlan Saville.
    SeriesOccasional papers -- no.7, Occasional papers (Committee for Rescue Archaeology in Avon, Gloucestershire and Somerset) -- no.7.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsGN780.22.G7
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp.125-153,(3)p. of plates :
    Number of Pages153
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19622633M

    The county has produced some of the latest Bronze-Age metalwork, such as winged axes from Kensington and from the Thames at Brentford and Syon Reach (dated to c. B.C.), and Hallstatt-style bronze swords and horse trappings from the Thames at Brentford (dated to c. B.C.), as well as some of the earliest known British Iron-Age products. 1 Excavation of a rectangular enclosure of Iron Age date with evidence of four recuts of the same ditch. The enclosure was a rough rectangle m by m with an entrance to the NW. Hearth stones, charcoal and burnt daub were also found in the ditch. fragments of pot indicate that this was a settlement site rather than a cattle enclosure.

    A guide to archive sources for the history of South Gloucestershire Screenshot from the Know Your Place website () showing historic and modern maps of Thornbury Published by Gloucestershire Archives in partnership with South Gloucestershire Council February (fifth edition). evidence so far of Iron Age remains found on the hill. (TQ ) Following the lowering of the water level in the reservoir in prior to the strengthening of the banks, several members of the Wembley History Society archaeological section Numerous Tudor sherds have also been recovered during excavations on the site. There is very.

    Chancellorsland, Co. Tipperary 92E Site location: NGR / SMR TI Martin G. Doody. Fig. Location map of Chancellorsland, Co. Tipperary [OSI] The site at Chancellorsland is located close to the town of Emly (Fig. ) and was first recorded during the Bruff aerial photographic survey in when a complex of barrows and associated earthworks were found. The iron-age wetlands of central Somerset Stephen Minnitt Iron-age studies based on the Central Somerset Levels have inevitably been dominated by the so-called lake villages of Glastonbury and Meare. These, like many of the other known iron-age sites and finds from the area, were discovered in the late 19th and earlier 20th centuries.


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Excavations at Guiting Power Iron Age site, Gloucestershire, 1974 by Alan Saville Download PDF EPUB FB2

Guiting Power is situated on the slopes above a small valley (formed by a tributary of the River Windrush). There was a late Anglo-Saxon settlement on this site, when it was called Gyting Broc.

The village is situated midway between Cheltenham and 1974 book, and the parish church is located at Ordnance Survey grid reference SP   Guiting Power Marriages to Guiting Power Marriages to Guiting Power Marriages to Guiting Power Marriages to Directories.

Lower Guiting Kellys Gloucestershire Directory Guiting Power Kellys Gloucestershire Directory Newspapers. The following newspapers cover the Guiting Power area.

Historical description. Guiting (or Guyting) Power or Lower Guiting, a village and a parish in Gloucestershire. The village stands among the Cotswolds, 3 miles N of Notgrove station on the G.W.R., and 5½ ESE of Winchcombe, and has a post and Excavations at Guiting Power Iron Age site order office, of the name of Lower Gutting, under Cheltenham; telegraph office, on: Guiting Power, Gloucestershire.

The Cotswolds (/ ˈ k ɒ t s w oʊ l d z / KOTS-wohldz, /-w ə l d z /-⁠wəldz) are an area in south central and south west England comprising the Cotswold Hills, a range of rolling hills that rise from the meadows of the upper Thames to an escarpment, known as the Cotswold Edge, above the Severn Valley and Evesham Vale.

The area is defined by the bedrock of Jurassic limestone that creates a Coordinates: 51°48′N 2°2′W / °N. Guiting Power, Gloucestershire Click on the map for other historical maps of this place. InJohn Marius Wilson's Imperial Gazetteer of England and Wales described Guiting Power like this: GUYTING POWER, or LOWER GUYTING, a village and a parish in Winchcomb district, Gloucester.

The village stands among the Cotswolds, 5½ miles ESE of. 32 DAN STANSBIE, ALEX SMITH, GRANVILLE LAWS AND TIM HAINES N Fig. Site location. 02_BGAS _ 10/2/09 Page NEW: Excavation, Analysis and Interpretation of Early Bronze Age Barrows at Guiting Power, Gloucestershire by Alistair Marshall.

Paperback; xmm; pages. Available both in printed and e-versions. Printed ISBN £ (No VAT). The Royal Commission on Historical Monuments of England survey of the Iron Age and Romano-British monuments in the Cotswold area of Gloucestershire.

There is a section on discredited hill-forts and camps and appendices on place-names and ring-ditches. RCHME Inventory Volumes. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London,   Museum of the Iron Age, Andover Museum, 6 Church Close, Andover SP10 1DP Tel: This museum is largely devoted to the finds.

Iron-Age to Saxon Farming Settlement at Bishop’s Cleeve, Gloucestershire: excavations at Church Road, and By JULIE LOVELL, GAIL WAKEHAM, JANE TIMBY and MICHAEL J.

ALLEN With contributions by Rowena Gale, Emma Loader, Lorraine Mepham, Ruth Pelling, Adrienne Powell and Alan Vince INTRODUCTION.

Excavations in Somerset have dug up evidence of a mass slaughter involving hundreds, if not thousands, of people nearly 2, years : Dalya Alberge. The Iron Age Tom Moore INTRODUCfiON In the twenty years since Alan Saville's () review of the Iron Age in Gloucestershire much has happened in Iron-Age archaeology, both in the region and beyond.1 Saville's paper marked an important point in Iron-Age studies in Gloucestershire and was matched by an increasing level ofFile Size: 4MB.

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A copy of the Daily Telegraph still resting on a chair helped establish the date of the last field season. “We’ve accidently inherited an enormous body of work at an extraordinary site.

Prehistoric Sites in Gloucestershire. This page Belas Knap - Windmill Tump. Map of Prehistoric Sites in Gloucestershire; Otherwise known as Hinton Hillfort, this Iron Age fortification is the traditional site of the Battle of Dyrham in AD Below the ditches and.

Gloucestershire Archaeology (formerly Gadarg))was formed in Gloucester in and has members who are interested in the archaeology and history of Gloucestershire. It encourages members to develop their interests and expertise through its lecture programme, annual journal, visits to sites, co-operative fieldwork and research.

Excavation, Analysis and Interpretation of an Early Bronze Age Round Barrow at Guiting Power, Gloucestershire covers the full excavation, analysis and interpretation of two early Bronze Age round barrows at Guiting Power in the Cotswolds, a region where investigation and protection of such sites have been extremely poor, with many barrows.

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Applebaum, E S Excavations at Baldock in Trans St Albans Architect & Archaeol Soc (), Applebaum, E S An Early Iron Age Site at Holwell, Hertfordshire. Antiq JApplebaum, E S Excavations at Wilbury Hill, an Iron Age hill-fort near Letchworth, Herts, Archaeol JBuy Histories in the Making: Excavations at Alfreds Castle (Oxford University School of Archaeology Monograph) by Christopher Gosden, Author (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Christopher Gosden.This was an important site as it investigated an extensive early Christian burial area within an Iron Age promontory fort possibly associated with a corn-drying kiln.

The prominent position of the site may have contributed to its longevity of use. References. Mount, C. ‘Knoxspark’, In I. Bennett (ed.) Excavations Wordwell Ltd.