Romano-British (Temporal Keyword)

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The Scientific Basis for the Reconstruction of Prehistoric and Protohistoric Houses (1987)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Peter J Reynolds.

The purpose of this paper was to explore the scientific basis of building reconstruction of prehistoric and protohistoric houses. The critical issue was to address the problems of reconstruction in order to specify limits within which the reconstruction is of research/ educational value and to set standards which may act as guidelines. Case studies referenced include Maiden Castle House, the Balksbury House, the Conderton House, Stake Houses, the Pimperne House, Romano-British Grain driers,...

Spitalfields faunal main information datasheet with contextual data (2011)
DATASET James Morris.

This table contains the main faunal information such as species and element, the contextual and dating information and an indication if toothwear, modification and metrical information are present.

Spitalfields faunal measurement data sheet
DATASET James Morris.

This datasheet holds additional data on the measurements taken. Measurement taken, using a number code. The number corresponds with that used in Von Den Driesh 1976. When Von Den Driesh has not used a number (as in long bones) the numbers correspond to the order of Von Den Drieshs measurements (i.e. for the humerus Gl=1, BP=4 etc)

Spitalfields faunal modification datasheet (2011)
DATASET James Morris.

This data is in addition to the main faunal datasheet and contains information on bone modifications such as butchery, working, burning and gnawing.

Spitalfields faunal tooth wear data sheet (2011)
DATASET James Morris.

This datasheet contains the tooth wear information. The wear of an individual tooth measured using the Grant 1982 method. Number rather than letter codes are used. Therefore wear stage a=6, g=12 and p=20 etc.

Spitalfields Project
PROJECT Uploaded by: Shelby Manney

The Spitalfields Market excavations in London were one of the biggest and most exciting archaeological projects in Britain, uncovering a Roman cemetery, a medieval priory and its churchyard (including the remains of nearly 11,000 people buried there), and the remains of hundreds of houses dating to the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries. The excavations, running from 1991 to 2002 also recovered the largest group of artefacts ever found in London. The excavations consisted of a number of different...

Summary of the Spitalfields project (2011)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Uploaded by: James Morris

Summary text giving a brief introduction and overview of the Spitalfields project.