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Excavation of Two Medieval Sites at Milton Keynes (Buckinghamshire Archaeological Society Monograph Series)

D. C. Mynard

Excavation of Two Medieval Sites at Milton Keynes (Buckinghamshire Archaeological Society Monograph Series)

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Published by David Brown Book Company .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Medieval European archaeology,
  • England,
  • Europe - Great Britain - General,
  • History - General History

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages192
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11580013M
    ISBN 100949003158
    ISBN 109780949003157

    large number of major excavations of settlements, thanks to the work on Milton Keynes, and all have been published. The county was one of the four surveyed in an analysis of east midland rural settlement, which recorded villages and hamlets within it (Lewis et al. ), and a group of parishes in the north- west of the county were included.


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Excavations on Medieval Sites in Milton Keynes, by Dennis C. Mynard. Buckinghamshire Archaeological Society, Aylesbury, First Edition. Softcover. Very Good Condition. Size: 4to - between 9¾ - 12" tall.

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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. Buy Excavations on Medieval Sites in Milton Keynes by D.C. Maynard from Waterstones today. Click and Collect from your local Waterstones Pages: Reports from excavations undertaken by the Unit on medieval and post-medieval sites at Bradwell, Walton, Willen and Woughton, investigations in Little Woolstone Church and the structural recording and excavation of a barn at Simpson.

Milton Keynes Monograoh No6. No Roman Milton Keynes Excavations and fieldwork – edited by DC Mynard Detailed reports on the results of the Unit's early investigations into Roman sites in the new city, with an in-depth essay on Roman occupation and activity in the region and a gazetteer of sites in Milton Keynes.

A4 paperback () pages with 88 illustrations OUT OF PRINT. Chicheley Hall, Milton Keynes: Results of Archaeological Investigation: Series.

The series the publication or report is included in. Series: Albion Archaeology unpublished report series: The type of publication - report, monograph, journal article or chapter from a book.

Publication Type: Report (in Series) Abstract. The abstract describing. Excavation in March-May in advance of redevelopment of the former Rocla Pipeworks. The remains of a late Iron Age settlement comprising two roundhouses and a curvilinear gully, is dated to the early 1st century AD. It may have been contemporary with a long linear boundary ditch, with an associated field system.

Excavation of a Medieval settlement, Late Saxon Features and a Bronze Age Cremation Cemetary at Loughton, Milton Keynes.

Pine: Open Field Enclosure and Village Shrinkage at Aston Sandford. Gulland: John Mason: Anglican Minister and Friend of Dissenters. Lewis: The Portland Family and Bulstrode park. Baker: Life in a Georgian. Like most jobs in archaeology then (and now), this was a temporary post and poorly paid, and Milton Keynes was a pretty desolate place at that time.

Roy and I next moved to south London, where we worked together on the major excavation of a prehistoric settlement and Roman villa site. Cheap Textbook Rental for Excavations on Medieval Sites in Milton Keynes (Buckinghamshire Archaeological Society Monograph Series) by Mynard, Dennis C.

Save up to 90% and get free return shipping. Order today for the cheapest textbook prices. No 6 Excavations on medieval and later sites in Milton Keynes at Bradwell, Walton, Willen and Woughton / page A4 paperback () Read more No 8 Tattenhoe and Westbury deserted medieval settlements.

This volume presents a detailed report on recent excavations of the two deserted medieval settlements of Tattenhoe and Westbury on the outskirts of Milton Keynes Newtown.

Large areas of both sites were examined in order to observe the development of the settlements through time and space.

Excavation of the two sites is discussed separately. excavated two sites on the Radcliffe School campus in Wolverton prior to redevelopment. The project was commissioned and funded by Milton Keynes Council. A detailed report completed by Bancroft Heritage Services will be published early next year.

On the first site, in. Central Milton Keynes. National Grid Reference: so that the present earthworks are in part a reconstruction on the site of the original.

The excavation revealed a flattened mound of turf construction surrounded by a circular ditch. Few finds were made, though Roman pottery from the buried topsoil beneath the mound and medieval pottery from.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Credits: Based on excavations carried out by the Milton Keynes Archaeological Unit. Description. The same misconception can apply to the name Milton Keynes which is not an amalgamation of the names of two former villages, Milton and Keynes. Neither is it named after the poet (Milton) and the economist (Keynes).

The town of Milton was recorded in the Domesday Book as Mideltone in A number of excavations have taken place on deserted sites in Buckinghamshire.

Two Deserted Medieval Settlements in Milton Keynes. Aylesbury: Buckinghamshire Archaeological Society Monograph Series no. These sites are villages which appear in documentary sources such as the Domesday Book, medieval tax records and maps, but have since.

Plus, free two-day shipping for six months when you sign up for Amazon Prime for Students. Excavations on Medieval Sites in Milton Keynes: Dennis C.

Mynard: Europe: Amazon Canada Skip to main contentAuthor: Dennis C. Mynard. Milton Keynes Journal No 3, Post medieval kiln site, Paulerspury Northants, D N Hall; Excavations at Bradwell Priory (with colour plates) D C Mynard; This report brings together the results of excavations on the site of Bradwell Abbey in, and This history of Milton Keynes details its development from the earliest human settlements, through the plans for a 'new city' forpeople in south central England, its subsequent urban design and development, to the present day.

(Milton Keynes is a large town in. The site falls in the area designated as the Ouzel Valley Country Park and is provided with on-site interpretative material by the Milton Keynes Archaeological Unit.

Details The monument includes two areas representing the earthwork remains of the once extensive village of Woughton, stretching from the Grand Union Canal in the west to the River. Excavations on Medieval Sites in Milton Keynes (Buckinghamshire Archaeological Society Monograph Series) by Dennis C.

Mynard, D.C. Maynard, Paul Blinkhorn Paperback, Pages, Published by Milton Keynes Publications ISBNISBN: Extensive excavations near the village of Broughton, which lies on the outskirts of Milton Keynes, revealed the fluctuating fortunes of neighbouring settlements from the Iron Age to the medieval period.

A middle Iron Age ‘hamlet’ was succeeded in the 1st century BC by various farmsteads which were at their height in the early Roman period.

Williams, R. (), Pennyland and Hartigans: Two Iron Age and Saxon Sites in Milton Keynes (Buckinghamshire Archaeological Society Monograph 4), Aylesbury Wise, P. (), ‘ Wasperton ’, Current Archaeology Excavation of the villa took place in the s and s, although archaeologists reburied the original stonework to ensure preservation.

Today, replica ruins show the villa’s original layout. One of the site’s beautiful mosaics is on display in the Central Milton Keynes Shopping Centre.

West Cotton, Raunds: a study of medieval settlement dynamics, AD Excavation of a deserted medieval hamlet in Northamptonshire, Chapter 7: The Medieval. Thompson, 'The Excavation of two Moated Sites at Cherry Holt, near Grantham, and at Epperstone, near Nottingham', Reports and Papers of the Lincolnshire Architectural and Archaeological.

The development site comprises the allocated site at South Caldecott “Land South of Milton Keynes: Strategic Employment Allocation ” in the MK:Plan adopted May The allocated site comprises some 57ha and the archaeological deposits some. By there are only two tax payers. It is enclosed by [4] Appears in the Gazetteer of Deserted Medieval Villages known in References: [1] NMR Pastscape Record No.

[2] Ivens, R., P. Busby and N. Shepherd Tattenhoe and Westbury: Two Deserted Medieval Settlements in Milton Keynes.

The village was first recorded in the Domesday Book in when it had a population of 17 and a priest. In the site was made into a park which existed for around 40 years.

By there was nothing but a 'lone house'. Today there are traces of earthwork outlines where the village used to be.

Nick Crank, MKCAO, with a site visit being made on 15 March The site The site of the proposed wind turbines (hereafter ‘the site’) is situated at Astwood Grange, km to the north of the village of Astwood and 6km to the east of Olney, Milton Keynes (Fig.

The A Newport Pagnell Road passes close to the site to. History of Milton Keynes: | | ||| | Reproductions of the |Milton Keynes Hoard| of |Bronze World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online. Introduction. Welcome to our virtual trail of Milton Keynes Village.

You can start anywhere you like by clicking on a Numbered Point on the map. If you start at Position 1, this is a good place to park your car if you drove to the village.

A number of excavations have taken place on deserted sites in Buckinghamshire. Tattenhoe was one of a number of settlements investigated as part of the development of Milton Keynes and its on going expansion.

(Ivens et al. Two Deserted Medieval Settlements in Milton Keynes. Aylesbury: Buckinghamshire Archaeological Society Monograph. Get this from a library. Broughton, Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire: the evolution of a South Midlands landscape. [Rob Atkins; Leigh Allen; D Bashford] -- Extensive excavations near the village of Broughton, which lies on the outskirts of Milton Keynes, revealed the fluctuating fortunes of neighbouring settlements from the Iron Age to the medieval.

Excavations in and around the modern villages have failed to find any evidence of occupation before the 10th or 11th centuries, except in Bradwell where Bradwell Bury is traced to the 9th century.

The Domesday Book of provides the first documentary evidence for many settlements, listing Bertone (), Calvretone (), Linforde (Great Linford), Lochintone (Loughton, Milton Keynes), Neuport. Oxford Archaeology (OA, trading name of Oxford Archaeology Limited) is one of the largest and longest-established independent archaeology and heritage practices in Europe, operating from three permanent offices in Oxford, Lancaster and Cambridge, and working across the is a Registered Organisation with the Chartered Institute for Archaeologists (CIfA), and carries out commercial.

excavation of one trench. The site comprises part of the enclosed garden to the rear of Calverton Manor. The evaluation identified two undated, but probable post-medieval/early modern ditches.

These are likely to represent boundary or drainage features. In addition two undated postholes were identified. Milton Keynes City Discovery Centre (MKCDC) informs visitors about urban geography and new city planning –as well as the historical and natural heritage of Milton Keynes. It provides city tours, MK new towns archive, professional lectures and tours.

Sincethis charitable company has been based at the atmospheric rural setting of the. Medieval archaeology atand Buckingham Road, Bletchley, Milton Keynes Records of Buckinghamshire Archaeological report on the excavation of a medieval : Assistant Projects Manager (Post .The Domesday Book of provides the first documentary evidence for many settlements, A History of Milton Keynes and District (two volumes) ISBN ; Excavations on medieval sites in Milton Keynes Buckinghamshire Archaeological Society.Postcard produced as part of the Design-a-Postcard Exhibition, which was organised by the Milton Keynes Environmental Education Group and held at Milton Keynes Library in Shows a drawing of various aspects of Milton Keynes, including The Point in the middle of a roundabout with a cow, computer, house and sailboat in the four quarters.