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by D. F. Mackreth

eBook Orton Hall Farm: A Roman and Early Saxon Farmstead (East Anglian Archaeology) ePub
Author: D. F. Mackreth
Language: English
ISBN: 0952810506
ISBN13: 978-0952810506
Publisher: East Anglian Archaeology (December 31, 1996)
Pages: 280
Category: Humanities
Subcategory: Other
Rating: 4.6
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F. Mackreth: Orton Hall Farm: a Roman and Early Anglo-Saxon Farmstead. 35. ISBN: 528105-0-6. R. P. J. Jackson, T. W. Potter: Excavations at Stonea, Cambridgeshire 1980–85. Pp. 749. London: British Museum, 1997.

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Excavations conducted by Archaeological Solutions Ltd at Fosters End Drove, East Winch on the Greensand Belt in north-west Norfolk, revealed a. .Archaeology and Development Control/planning, East Anglian Archaeology.

Excavations conducted by Archaeological Solutions Ltd at Fosters End Drove, East Winch on the Greensand Belt in north-west Norfolk, revealed a Romano-British pottery production site - part of the Nar Valley industry - as well as more. Excavations conducted by Archaeological Solutions Ltd at Fosters End Drove, East Winch on the Greensand Belt in north-west Norfolk, revealed a Romano-British pottery production site - part of the Nar Valley industry - as well as more limited evidence of iron smelting and possible habitation.

1996: 'The millstones', in . Mackreth, Orton Hall Farm: A Roman and Early Anglo-Saxon Farmstead, East Anglian Archaeology Report 76, 105-13

1996: 'The millstones', in . Mackreth, Orton Hall Farm: A Roman and Early Anglo-Saxon Farmstead, East Anglian Archaeology Report 76, 105-13. Late Iron Age and Roman Silchester Excavations on the Site of the Forum-Basilica 1977. Jennings, D. 1992: 'Small finds', in J. Moore and D. Jennings, Reading Business Park: a Bronze Age Landscape, Thames Valley Landscapes: The Kennet Valley 1, 93-7. Excavations at Pingewood'.

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Orton Hall Farm: a Roman and Early Anglo-Saxon Farmstead (Manchester, 1996). 'The Plant Economy and Agriculture of the Anglo-Saxons in Southern Britain, with Particular Reference to the 'Mart' Settlements of Southampton and Winchester' (M. Phil thesis, University of Southampton, 1978). Philological Quarterly 13 (1934), 140-58 Hall, Allan . 'Identification of Charred Cereals', in 'Excavation of a Saxon Site at Riby Cross Roads, Lincolnshire', Archaeological Journal 151 (1994), 293-4 Moffett, Lisa, 'Charred Cereals from Some Ovens/Kilns in Late Saxon Stafford and the Botanical Evidence for the Pre-burh Economy'

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East Anglian Archaeology Report. Oxford Archaeology Monograph. Unpublished excavations in the Republic of Ireland, 1930-1997. Evolution of a farming community in the Upper Thames Valley: excavation of a prehistoric, Roman and post-Roman landscape at Cotswold Community, Gloucestershire and Wiltshire. Thames Valley Landscapes.

Excavation in the parish of Orton Longueville during the 1970s revealed a farmstead which had been occupied from c.50AD right through into the 6th century. At its greatest extent, in the 4th century, the farmstead included three barns, a house with a walled yard, a large rectangular building and a mill-house. Important evidence for the milling of grain, brewing and animal management was recovered. The farm was apparently a large establishment having many features in common with a medieval manor, and it may have been an imperial estate. Occuption continued into the Saxon period, with evidence of a granary and possibly a hall.
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