The Resource A Roman villa at the edge of Empire : excavations at Ingleby Barwick, Stockton-on-Tees, 2003-04, Archaeological Services Durham University ; edited by Steven Willis and Peter Carne

A Roman villa at the edge of Empire : excavations at Ingleby Barwick, Stockton-on-Tees, 2003-04, Archaeological Services Durham University ; edited by Steven Willis and Peter Carne

Label
A Roman villa at the edge of Empire : excavations at Ingleby Barwick, Stockton-on-Tees, 2003-04
Title
A Roman villa at the edge of Empire
Title remainder
excavations at Ingleby Barwick, Stockton-on-Tees, 2003-04
Statement of responsibility
Archaeological Services Durham University ; edited by Steven Willis and Peter Carne
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
CDX
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
  • plans
Index
index present
LC call number
DA147.D8
LC item number
R66 2013x
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Willis, Steven
  • Carne, Peter
  • Archaeological Services Durham University
Series statement
CBA research report
Series volume
170
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Romans
  • Excavations (Archaeology)
  • Stockton-on-Tees (England)
  • England
  • Pottery, Roman
Label
A Roman villa at the edge of Empire : excavations at Ingleby Barwick, Stockton-on-Tees, 2003-04, Archaeological Services Durham University ; edited by Steven Willis and Peter Carne
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 205-218) and index
Contents
  • Evaluation study stage 2
  • Ecofacts
  • Animal bone
  • Louisa Gidney
  • Summary
  • Discussion
  • Charred plant remains
  • Charlotte O'Brien
  • Introduction
  • contexts
  • Taxa
  • geophysical survey, evaluation trenching, and earthworks survey in 2000
  • Composition phase
  • Crop husbandry
  • Discussion
  • Conclusion
  • Pollen
  • Helen Ranner
  • Introduction
  • Analysis
  • Discussion
  • Radiocarbon dating
  • Research objectives, the excavation agreement, and project operation
  • Johannes van der Plicht
  • Introduction
  • Calibration methods
  • Aims and sampling
  • Results
  • 6.
  • later Iron Age and Roman finds assemblage
  • Steven Willis
  • Introduction
  • low frequency of finds and the regional context
  • excavation
  • later Iron Age pottery considered
  • Site formation and the taphonomy of the finds
  • villa economy
  • Wealth, consumption, and contacts
  • villa: social identity and expression
  • Social practice
  • spatial distribution of the finds
  • 7.
  • Iron Age and Roman settlement at Ingleby Barwick
  • Steven Willis
  • organisation of this report
  • Regional background and significance
  • Site evolution and the nature of the archaeological remains
  • site in late prehistory
  • Buildings of the villa complex
  • main villa building
  • caldarium
  • aisled building
  • circular structure
  • Water supply
  • Site morphology and organisation
  • Summary of the site sequence
  • villa: its location and development
  • Who commissioned the villa?
  • economic basis in agriculture?
  • Connections, consumption, and status
  • Human burials
  • Discovery revisited
  • 8.
  • Late Roman to early medieval settlement at Ingleby Barwick: discussion
  • David Petts
  • Regional background and significance
  • note on the phasing of the site
  • Late Roman and sub-Roman activity
  • Anglo-Saxon period
  • 9.
  • Conclusion
  • Steven Willis
  • 2.
  • Phase 1: Early prehistoric land use
  • Steven Willis
  • Machine generated contents note:
  • Evidence of activity and occupation before the Iron Age
  • Introduction
  • features and deposits
  • lithics
  • Rebecca Scott
  • Neolithic polished axehead
  • Alan Saville
  • Early prehistoric pottery
  • Robert Young
  • Bronze Age punch or chisel
  • 1.
  • Trevor Cowie
  • charred plant remains
  • Charlotte O'Brien
  • Radiocarbon dates
  • Discussion
  • later Mesolithic-Neolithic period
  • later Neolithic/Bronze Age period
  • 3.
  • later Iron Age and Roman site
  • excavations
  • Introduction: landscape setting, earlier investigation of the site, and research design
  • Jamie Armstrong
  • Phase 2
  • Iron Age
  • Phases 3-5
  • Roman
  • Evidence of activity and occupation in the early Anglo-Saxon period
  • Geophysical survey and archaeological evaluation at `Riverview' in 2004-05
  • Steven Willis
  • human remains
  • Betina Jakob
  • Peter Carne
  • Introduction
  • Analysis
  • Conclusion
  • 4.
  • pottery and other artefacts
  • Iron Age and Roman pottery
  • Philip Mills
  • Introduction
  • Analysis
  • Fabric analyses of coarse wares
  • landscape
  • Alan Vince
  • Discussion
  • samian ware
  • Steven Willis
  • Introduction
  • Chronology and sources
  • Forms
  • Taphonomy and other aspects
  • Conclusions
  • Post-Roman/Anglo-Saxon pottery
  • Discovery of the site
  • Philip Mills
  • Introduction
  • Anglo-Saxon pottery stamps
  • Diane Briscoe
  • artefacts
  • Investigative conservation
  • Jennifer Jones
  • Coins
  • Richard Brickstock
  • Non-ferrous metalwork
  • Evaluation study stage 1
  • Lore Troalen
  • Ferrous metalwork
  • Fraser Hunter
  • Nails, tacks, and hobnails
  • Dawn McLaren
  • metalwork hoard
  • Fraser Hunter
  • Glass
  • Jennifer Price
  • Stone
  • 1997 fieldwalking survey
  • Ken Sedman
  • Used stone
  • Dawn McLaren
  • Building materials
  • Dawn McLaren
  • Querns
  • David Heslop
  • Vitrified material
  • Dawn McLaren
  • 5.
Dimensions
30 cm.
Extent
xx, 224 p.
Isbn
9781902771908
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Note
Provided through the generosity of The Margaret and William Stobie Library Purchase Fund.
Other physical details
ill. (some col.), maps, plans
System control number
  • (CaMWU)u2981109-01umb_inst
  • 2831505
  • (Sirsi) i9781902771908
  • (OCoLC)861517231
Label
A Roman villa at the edge of Empire : excavations at Ingleby Barwick, Stockton-on-Tees, 2003-04, Archaeological Services Durham University ; edited by Steven Willis and Peter Carne
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 205-218) and index
Contents
  • Evaluation study stage 2
  • Ecofacts
  • Animal bone
  • Louisa Gidney
  • Summary
  • Discussion
  • Charred plant remains
  • Charlotte O'Brien
  • Introduction
  • contexts
  • Taxa
  • geophysical survey, evaluation trenching, and earthworks survey in 2000
  • Composition phase
  • Crop husbandry
  • Discussion
  • Conclusion
  • Pollen
  • Helen Ranner
  • Introduction
  • Analysis
  • Discussion
  • Radiocarbon dating
  • Research objectives, the excavation agreement, and project operation
  • Johannes van der Plicht
  • Introduction
  • Calibration methods
  • Aims and sampling
  • Results
  • 6.
  • later Iron Age and Roman finds assemblage
  • Steven Willis
  • Introduction
  • low frequency of finds and the regional context
  • excavation
  • later Iron Age pottery considered
  • Site formation and the taphonomy of the finds
  • villa economy
  • Wealth, consumption, and contacts
  • villa: social identity and expression
  • Social practice
  • spatial distribution of the finds
  • 7.
  • Iron Age and Roman settlement at Ingleby Barwick
  • Steven Willis
  • organisation of this report
  • Regional background and significance
  • Site evolution and the nature of the archaeological remains
  • site in late prehistory
  • Buildings of the villa complex
  • main villa building
  • caldarium
  • aisled building
  • circular structure
  • Water supply
  • Site morphology and organisation
  • Summary of the site sequence
  • villa: its location and development
  • Who commissioned the villa?
  • economic basis in agriculture?
  • Connections, consumption, and status
  • Human burials
  • Discovery revisited
  • 8.
  • Late Roman to early medieval settlement at Ingleby Barwick: discussion
  • David Petts
  • Regional background and significance
  • note on the phasing of the site
  • Late Roman and sub-Roman activity
  • Anglo-Saxon period
  • 9.
  • Conclusion
  • Steven Willis
  • 2.
  • Phase 1: Early prehistoric land use
  • Steven Willis
  • Machine generated contents note:
  • Evidence of activity and occupation before the Iron Age
  • Introduction
  • features and deposits
  • lithics
  • Rebecca Scott
  • Neolithic polished axehead
  • Alan Saville
  • Early prehistoric pottery
  • Robert Young
  • Bronze Age punch or chisel
  • 1.
  • Trevor Cowie
  • charred plant remains
  • Charlotte O'Brien
  • Radiocarbon dates
  • Discussion
  • later Mesolithic-Neolithic period
  • later Neolithic/Bronze Age period
  • 3.
  • later Iron Age and Roman site
  • excavations
  • Introduction: landscape setting, earlier investigation of the site, and research design
  • Jamie Armstrong
  • Phase 2
  • Iron Age
  • Phases 3-5
  • Roman
  • Evidence of activity and occupation in the early Anglo-Saxon period
  • Geophysical survey and archaeological evaluation at `Riverview' in 2004-05
  • Steven Willis
  • human remains
  • Betina Jakob
  • Peter Carne
  • Introduction
  • Analysis
  • Conclusion
  • 4.
  • pottery and other artefacts
  • Iron Age and Roman pottery
  • Philip Mills
  • Introduction
  • Analysis
  • Fabric analyses of coarse wares
  • landscape
  • Alan Vince
  • Discussion
  • samian ware
  • Steven Willis
  • Introduction
  • Chronology and sources
  • Forms
  • Taphonomy and other aspects
  • Conclusions
  • Post-Roman/Anglo-Saxon pottery
  • Discovery of the site
  • Philip Mills
  • Introduction
  • Anglo-Saxon pottery stamps
  • Diane Briscoe
  • artefacts
  • Investigative conservation
  • Jennifer Jones
  • Coins
  • Richard Brickstock
  • Non-ferrous metalwork
  • Evaluation study stage 1
  • Lore Troalen
  • Ferrous metalwork
  • Fraser Hunter
  • Nails, tacks, and hobnails
  • Dawn McLaren
  • metalwork hoard
  • Fraser Hunter
  • Glass
  • Jennifer Price
  • Stone
  • 1997 fieldwalking survey
  • Ken Sedman
  • Used stone
  • Dawn McLaren
  • Building materials
  • Dawn McLaren
  • Querns
  • David Heslop
  • Vitrified material
  • Dawn McLaren
  • 5.
Dimensions
30 cm.
Extent
xx, 224 p.
Isbn
9781902771908
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Note
Provided through the generosity of The Margaret and William Stobie Library Purchase Fund.
Other physical details
ill. (some col.), maps, plans
System control number
  • (CaMWU)u2981109-01umb_inst
  • 2831505
  • (Sirsi) i9781902771908
  • (OCoLC)861517231

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