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Description of the project prior to the group's visit to Butser.
An historical account of the Virgin Islands, in the West Indies: from their being settled by the English near a century past, to their obtaining a legislature of their own in the year 1773, and the lawless state in which His Majesty's subjects in those islands have remained since that time, to the present (1780)
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A New Hypocaust for the Millennium (1999)
This is a short description of an archaeological experiment. The first roman hypocaust built with the original material in about 1600 years in Hampshire, Britain.
Substructure to Superstructure (1982)
This paper considers briefly the implications of stake-holes and post-holes with special reference to their structural and constructional qualities, and those factors which may affect their archaeological form. the case studies of two specific reconstructions of Iron Age round-houses are presented. The first is a post- and stake-built structure based on an excavation at Pimperne Down, Dorest. The second is a stone-built structure based on the excavation of Conderton Camp on Bredon Hill, Wors. In...