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Report on the excavation of the Roman cemetery at Ospringe, Kent
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|Statement||by W. Whiting, W. Hawley and Thomas May.|
|Series||Reports of the Research Committee of the Society of Antiquaries of London -- no. 8|
|Contributions||Hawley, W., May, Thomas., Society of Antiquaries of London. Research Committee.|
|LC Classifications||DA147.O7 W45|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 107 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||107|
Report on an Archaeological Watching Brief at Keycol Hill, Newington Report on the excavation of the Roman Cemetery at Ospringe Researching and Writing History Researching Brewery and Publican Ancestors Revealing the Buried Past Richard 1 Richard Rise of Artillery AD to River Medway & The Swale Road Rollers Roads in Roman Britain. Another notable post-war excavation took place at Lullingstone Roman Villa during the s, by Archaeology in Kent today. Archaeology was mostly an amateur pursuit until the earlier 20th century; with little structure in place for funding excavation, aside from university departments and county or local societies.
At Keston were excavated the remains of a Roman Keston Roman villa consisted of several buildings including a mausoleum. The latter is preserved above ground. Excavations at the villa were carried out over the last hundred years. A sarcophagus was found by farmers around Coordinates: 51°21′02″N 0°01′44″E / . 2nd annual report of the Canterbury Archaeological Trust. II. EXCAVATIONS Introduction: During the year two major excavations have been undertaken by the Trust in Canterbury and work continued at.
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This is an account of the excavations of a Roman cemetery at Ospringe in Kent, England, undertaken in Included are descriptions of artefacts such as pottery and human remains, together with an account of the methodology used to unearth these.
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by Edward Higginbotham. (Central Excavation Unit.) During January and February excavations were carried out by the Central Excavation Unit on part of the Roman cemetery at Ospringe, near Faver- sham, Kent.
The site of Whiting's Yard, a disused builder's yard, is earmarked for redevelopment as a housing estate later in by G Wimpey and Co Ltd. Prior to their building programme they. Report on the Excavation of the Roman Cemetery at Ospringe, Kent W.
Whiting, Lt. Col. Hawley, and Thomas May Published by The Society of Antiquaries, Oxford (). Whiting, W. The Roman Cemeteries at Ospringe, Description of finds concluded.
Arch. Cant. 38 Whiting, W., Hawley, W. & May, T. Report on the excavation of the Roman Cemetery at Ospringe, Kent. Society of Antiquaries Research Report Vlll Young, Anthony C.
A second century Roman cemetery at Twitton, near Otford. K.A.R. page note 1 Cf. Report of the Excavation of the Roman Cemetery at Ospringe, Kent (), p. 4: ‘In Colonel Hawley returned for further excavations, when the main object was to examine the ruined and desecrated church of Stone.’. REPORT ON THE EXCAVATION OF THE ROMAN CEMETERY AT OSPRINGE, KENT (Reports of the Research Committee of the Society of Antiquaries of London No.
VIII) Whiting, W.; Hawley, W. & May, Thomas Published by Society of Antiquaries, Oxford, England (). Jessup, R.F.‘Excavation of a Roman barrow at Holborough, Snodland’, Archaeologia Cantiana lxviii, 1– T.Report on the Excavation of the Roman Cemetery at Ospringe, Kent.
WHITING W., HAWLEY W. & MAY T. - Excavation of the Roman Cemetery at Ospringe, Kent - SKU: Report No. VIII. Oxford, Society of Antiquaries of London, Original card wraps.
64 pls. Ex-Winchester College w. large “withdrawn” stamp on titlepage. Archaeologia Cantiana - Vol. 82 page Excavations at Eccles Roman Villa, Fifth Excavation of the Roman Cemetery at Ospringe, Kent, Oxford, J. Bushe-Fox, Excavations of the Roman Fort at Richborough, Kent, Reports I-IV, Oxford, K.
Kenyon, Excavations. Whiting, W. et al., Report on the Excavation of the Roman Cemetery at Ospringe, Kent, Report of the Research Committee of the Society of Antiquaries viii ().
Whitwell, J. B., Lincolnshire History and Archaeology i ().Cited by: Excavation of the Roman cemetery at Ospringe, Kent. Excavations at Brough-on-Humber First report on the excavation of the Roman fort at Richborough, Kent.
Fourth report on the excavations of the Roman fort at Richborough, Kent. Glastonbury Abbey; Archaeological investigations Hill-forts of.
Ospringe is a small village located on Watling St, the road which has linked London- Rochester-Canterbury-Dover since Roman times. Since the s, the village has been bypassed by the M2 motorway, which runs one mile to the south, but the A2 (modern Watling St) is still very busy, carrying much industrial traffic through to the M2 link road.
A History of Kent by Hasted Volume VI () pages ; Collecta Antiqua Volume VII page 97 C Roach Smith. Collecta Cantiana pages () G Payne.
Research Report on the Excavation of the Roman Cemetery at Ospringe, Kent of the Society of Antiquaries of London Number VIII () Whiting Hawley, May. PDF Viewer book. Third Report on the Excavations of the Roman Fort at Richborough, Kent Download book PDF Viewer book.
Bushe-Fox, J. Landscape archaeology Report on the excavation of the Roman cemetary at Ospringe, Kent Download book PDF Viewer book. Published in this report deals with 50 major sites excavated by the author, mainly through the West Kent Group, the Kent Archaeological Rescue Unit and the Council for Kentish Archaeology.
It covers prehistoric, Roman, Saxon, medieval and later sites, discussing the threats, excavation strategy and the final mostly happy outcomes. 4 Whiting, W ‘ A Roman Cemetery discovered at Ospringe in ’ Cantiana XXXV 5 Many studies, e.g.
Ward, A. ‘The Roman site at Ospringe, Kent’ Kent Archaeological Review p 6 Jacob’s Map of Faversham Yvonne Windsor carefully works on the Mausoleum at the Roman site at Ospringe, Faversham.
Now, a team of archaeologists under the direction of Dr Paul Wilkinson, who runs the Faversham-based Kent. Reports of the Research Committee of the Society of Antiquaries of London No.
VIII Report on the Excavation of the Roman Cemetery at Ospringe, Kent By the late W. Whiting, F.S.A. Lieut.-Col. W. Hawley, F.S.A. and Thomas May, M.A., F.S.A.
Oxford Printed at the University Press by John Johnson for The Society of AntiquariesCited by: 8.The Anglo-Saxon cemetery at Finglesham, Kent. Author contributing Excavations at Nos The Street, Ospringe, Hospital of St Mary.
Author Excavations at Ringlemere Farm, Woodnesborough, Preliminary report on excavations at Hull Place Roman .Faversham / ˈ f æ v ər ʃ əm / is a market town and civil parish in the borough of Swale in Kent, England, United town is 48 miles (77 km) from London and 10 miles (16 km) from Canterbury, and lies next to the Swale, a strip of sea separating mainland Kent from the Isle of Sheppey in the Thames is close to the A2, which follows an ancient British trackway which was Country: England.