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Romans in North West England: Excavations at the Roman Forts of Ravenglass, Watercrook and Bowness on Solway (Research series - Cumberland and ... and Archaeological Society ; v. 1) ebook

by T.W. Potter


Publisher: Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society (1979).

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and Charlesworth, . 979 Romans in North West England: Excavations of the Roman Forts of Ravenglass, Watercrook and Bowness on Solway, Kendal, 141. Levens Park Geophysical Survey', CWAAS Newsletter, 85, 5. Sturdy, D. 1972a 'A Ring-cairn in Levens Park. 1973 'The Temple of Diana and The Devil's Quoits; Continuity, Persistence and Tradition', in Strong, . e. Archaeological Theory and Practice: Essays to W F Grimes, London, 27-43. First Report of Excavations and Surveys Undertaken in Levens Park.

1908: Excavation of the Roman Forts at Castleshaw, First Interim Report, Manchester. Bryant, . Morris, . and Walker, . 1986: Roman Manchester, A Frontier Settlement, Manchester. Buxton, . and Howard-Davis, C. 2000: Bremetenacum. Excavations at Roman Ribchester 1980, 1989–1990, Lancaster. 1979: The Romans in North-West England: Excavations at the Roman Forts of Ravenglass, Watercrook, and Bowness on Solway, Kendal. Redhead, . Roberts, . Start, . Walker, . and McNeil, R. 1989: Castleshaw. The Archaeology of a Roman Fortlet, Manchester.

Romans in north-west England by T. W. Potter, 1979, Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological . Romans in north-west England. excavations at the Roman forts of Ravenglass, Watercrook and Bowness on Solway.

Romans in north-west England. Published 1979 by Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society in . Written in English.

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and Archaeological Society ; v. 1): ISBN 9780950077918 (978-500779-1-8) Softcover, Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society, 1979. ISBN 9780714113722 (978-0-7141-1372-2) Hardcover, British Museum Press, 1983.

Romans in north-west England : excavations at the Roman forts of Ravenglass, Watercrook and Bownes (1979). The Changing Landscapes of Southern Etruria (1979). Una stipe votiva da Ponte di Nona (1989). Towns in late antiquity (1995). Excavations at Stonea, Cambridgeshire, 1980-1985 (1996). Excavation of the mola di Monte Gelato: a Roman and Medieval settlement in South Etruria (1997). Roman Britain (2002). Necrology by Stephen L. Dyson in American Journal of Archaeology 10. (July 2000) 589-90.

Birley, EB, ‘The Roman fort at Ravenglass’, Transactions of the Cumberland and Westmorland Archaeological and Antiquarian Society, 58 (1958), 14–30

Birley, EB, ‘The Roman fort at Ravenglass’, Transactions of the Cumberland and Westmorland Archaeological and Antiquarian Society, 58 (1958), 14–30. Brann, ML, ‘A survey of Walls Castle, Ravenglass, Cumbria’, Transaction of the Cumberland and Westmoreland Archaeological and Antiquitarian Society, 85 (1985), 81–5. Collingwood, RG, ‘Roman Ravenglass’, Transactions of the Cumberland and Westmoreland Archaeological and Antiquitarian Society, 28 (1928), 353–66. Holder, PA 1997, ‘A Roman Military Diploma from Ravenglass, Cumbria’, Bulletin of the John Rylands Library, 79 (1997), 3–41.

What the Romans left behind. The Roman army left Britain more than 1,500 years ago. The Romans built new roads, baths and sewers. Plants and animals, such as parsley, sweet chestnut and chickens were introduced. The Romans brought measurements such as miles, feet and inches. The Romans also introduced Christianity to Britain. A history of the world in objects: Ancient Rome. Over the years excavations at the site have uncovered finds such as a piece of samian ware (a type of luxury Roman pottery), fragments of a mortarium (a kitchen vessel similar to a mortar) as well as fused glass, bones, tiles and bricks. But little is known about the site's history.

Ravenglass is a small coastal village and natural harbour in Cumbria, England roughly halfway between Barrow-in-Furness and Whitehaven. Historically in Cumberland, it is the only coastal town in the Lake District National Park

Ravenglass is a small coastal village and natural harbour in Cumbria, England roughly halfway between Barrow-in-Furness and Whitehaven. Historically in Cumberland, it is the only coastal town in the Lake District National Park. It is located at the estuary of three rivers: the Esk, Mite and Irt. The hamlet of Saltcoats lies north of the River Mite. The town dates back to at least the 2nd century, when it was an important naval base for the Romans

Romans in North West England: Excavations at the Roman Forts of Ravenglass, Watercrook and Bowness on Solway (Research series - Cumberland and ... and Archaeological Society ; v. 1) ebook
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