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Gravelly Guy, Stanton Harcourt

The Development of a Prehistoric and Romano-British Community

by T. G. Allen

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Published by Oxford Archaeological Unit .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • European archaeology,
  • Prehistoric archaeology,
  • Landscape,
  • Architecture,
  • Archaeology / Anthropology,
  • England,
  • Excavations (Archaeology),
  • Oxfordshire,
  • Stanton Harcourt

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages520
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11575073M
    ISBN 100947816666
    ISBN 109780947816667

    Stanton Harcourt is a village and civil parish in Oxfordshire about 4 miles ( km) southeast of Witney and about 6 miles (10 km) west of Oxford. The parish includes the hamlet of Sutton, 1⁄2 mile ( m) north of the village. The Census recorded the parish's population as Stanton Harcour. Stanton Harcourt Channel. The surface of the implement shows scattered traces of a phenomenon frequently seen on the Gravelly Guy artefacts: patchy exfoliation and chemical alteration of the surface, which we take to represent heavy weathering. In tbe three years of excavation in the Stanton Harcourt Channel. located.

    The manor of Stanton Harcourt has remained in the Harcourt family to the present day, although from to their main residence was at Nuneham House, also in Oxfordshire. Simon Harcourt was created Baron Harcourt in and Viscount Harcourt in Gravelly Guy, Stanton Harcourt: the development of a prehistoric and Romano-British community: Thames Valley Landscapes Archaeology of the Jubilee Line extension: prehistoric and Roman activity at Stratford Market Depot, West Ham, London, Museum of London Archaeology Service Kilkenny city walls: conservation plan:

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Buy Gravelly Guy, Stanton Harcourt: the development of a prehistoric and Romano-British community: Excavations at Stanton Harcourt (Thames Valley Landscapes Monograph) 1st ed by George Lambrick, T.

Allen (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low Author: George Lambrick, T. Allen. Excavations conducted between and in advance of gravel extraction in Gravelly Guy field, Stanton Harcourt, Oxfordshire, revealed archaeological evidence spanning from the Neolithic through to the Saxon period.

Neolithic and early Bronze Age activity is represented by pit scatters and a series of ring ditches with associated : George Lambrick, T. Allen. Excavations conducted between and in advance of gravel extraction in Gravelly Guy field, Stanton Harcourt, Oxfordshire, revealed archaeological evidence spanning from the Neolithic through to the Saxon period.

Neolithic and early Bronze Age activity is represented by pit scatters and a series of ring ditches with associated burials. Excavations conducted between and in advance of gravel extraction in Gravelly Guy field, Stanton Harcourt, Oxfordshire, revealed archaeological evidence spanning from the Neolithic through to the Saxon period.

Neolithic and early Bronze Age activity is represented by pit scatters and a series of ring ditches with associated burials.

Get this from a library. Gravelly Guy, Stanton Harcourt: the development of a prehistoric and Romano-British community. [George Lambrick; T G Allen] -- Excavations conducted in the mids at the Gravelly Guy site in Oxfordshire yielded archaeological evidence from the Neolithic through to the Saxon periods.

This title examines the site and its. Gravelly Guy, Stanton Harcourt, Oxfordshire: The Development of a Prehistoric and Romano-British Community.

By George Lambrick and Tim Allen. Archaeological. The extensive complex of prehistoric and Roman monuments and sites, of which Gravelly Guy is one element, forms a territory of about one square kilometre, close to the medieval and modern village of Stanton Harcourt (Figures and ).

Gravelly Guy in the context of the Stanton Harcourt ceremonial complex by Frances Healy 64 Pits and scattered artefacts 64 Monuments and burials 65 Neolithic and Bronze Age pottery by Rosamund MJ Cleal 65 Peterborough Ware 65 Grooved Ware 67 Beaker 73.

It became called Stanton Harcourt after Robert de Harcourt of Bosworth, Leicestershire inherited lands of his father-in-law at Stanton in Harcourt House was built for the Harcourt family in the 15th and midth centuries, and its gatehouse was added about Harcourt.

George Lambrick & Tim Allen. Gravelly Guy, Stanton Harcourt, Oxfordshire: the development of a prehistoric and Romano-British community (Thames Valley Landscape Monograph 21). xix+ pages, figures, 31 plates, tables.

Oxford: Oxford University School of Archaeology/Oxford Archaeology; hardback £ - Volume 80 Issue - Richard Hingley. The later Neolithic period saw the emergence of Grooved Ware pottery within Britain and Ireland. The three styles are often associated with henge monuments, pit groups or passage.

Gravelly Guy: Excavations at Stanton Harcourt (Score: 1) by Andy B on Wednesday, 21 September (User Info | Send a Message) Excavations conducted between and in advance of gravel extraction in Gravelly Guy field, Stanton Harcourt, Oxfordshire, revealed archaeological evidence spanning from the Neolithic through to the Saxon period.

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Gravelly Guy, Stanton Harcourt: The Development of a Excavations conducted between and in advance of gravel extraction in Gravelly Guy field, Stanton Harcourt, Oxfordshire, revealed archaeological evidence spanning from the Neolithic through to the Saxon period.

Stanton Harcourt is a village and civil parish in Oxfordshire about 4 miles ( km) southeast of Witney and about 6 miles (10 km) west of parish includes the hamlet of Sutton, 1 ⁄ 2 mile ( m) north of the village.

The Census recorded the parish's population as Archaeology. Within the parish of Stanton Harcourt is a series of palaeochannel deposits buried beneath the.

Map of Stanton Harcourt And I have put back on the map – quite literally – the remarkable bronze age burial mound of Gravelly Guy which was destroyed after it was excavated to make was for gravel extraction and subsequent landfill.

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Here you'll find current best sellers in books, new releases in books, deals in books, Kindle eBooks, Audible audiobooks, and so much more. Stanton Harcourt: Gravelly Guy pit (SP ), and Linch Hill pit (SP G).

The Wallingford and Iffley implements were described by Wymer (). The well-known Wolvercote Channel assemblage and its enigmatic origin have been discussed by many authors, the most recent being Tyldesley (), who cites earlier references.

Gravelly Guy, Stanton Harcourt: the development of a prehistoric and Romano-British community. Oxford: Oxford Archaeology Thames Valley Landscapes Monograph 21 Legge, A.J.

Gravelly Guy, Stanton Harcourt, Oxfordshire: the development of a prehistoric and Romano-British community (Thames Valley Landscape Monograph 21). xix+ pages, figures, 31 plates, tables.Stanton Harcourt, especially Devil’s Quoits and Gravelly Guy* Thrupp White Horse Hill Yarnton* Environmental sequences at Sidlings Copse and Daisy Banks, Abingdon 3 Summary of current state of knowledge Inheritance Key features inherited from earlier periods In Oxfordshire, the major feature inherited from earlier periods was the.