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Excavations on the site of the Romano-British town of Magna, Kenchester, Herefordshire.
G. H. Jack
At head of title: Woolhope Naturalists" Field Club.
|Statement||by G.H. Jack and A.G.H. Hayter.|
|Contributions||Hayter, A. G. K., Woolhope Naturalists" Field Club.|
The region is very much one of two halves, with a military frontier zone to the north and the bulk of civilian settlement to the south. Wroxeter (itself within the ‘military zone’) is perhaps the region’s best-known Roman town, but other sites are just as intriguing, such as Kenchester in Herefordshire, a market centre with a town wall. ON THE SITE OF THE GLOBE PLAYHOUSE OF SHAKESPEARE UK book w loose plates ON THE SITE - $ THE OF SITE ON UK book loose plates THE OF w PLAYHOUSE GLOBE SHAKESPEARE SHAKESPEARE w GLOBE PLAYHOUSE THE THE loose book plates OF OF ON SITE .
Dewsall Court, Herefordshire: excavation interim report. OASIS Reviewer The Archaeological Investigation into potential damage of the site of the Romano-British town of Magna, Kenchester, Herefordshire. OASIS Reviewer Watching Brief in advance of the installation of a Biomass Boiler, Croft Castle, The Croft Estate. Ariconium was a road station of Roman Britain mentioned in Iter XIII of the Iter Britanniarum of the Antonine was located at Bury Hill in the parish of Weston under Penyard, about 3 miles (5 km) east of Ross on Wye, Herefordshire, and about 15 miles (24 km) southeast of site existed prior to the Roman era, and then came under Roman control.
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Site of Romano-British Excavations on the site of the Romano-British town of Magna of Magna is a Scheduled Monument in Kenchester, Herefordshire, England.
See why it was listed, view it on a map, see visitor comments and photos and share Kenchester own comments and photos of this building. Excavations on the site of the Romano-British town of Magna, Kenchester, Herefordshire, during the years Paperback – January 1, by G.
Jack (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: G. Jack. p. "Excavations on the site of the Romano-British town of Magna, Kenchester, Herefordshire, during the yearsby G.H. Jack with contributions by A.G.K. Hayter " With /26 is bound: Excavations on the site of the Romano-British town of Magna, Kenchester, Herefordshire.
Magnae, sometimes Magnae Dobunnorum  (Latin for "The Greats of the Dobunni") to distinguish it from the Magnae of the Carvetii on Hadrian's Wall in northern Britain, was a Romano-British town and an important market centre for the British Dobunni tribe, located near modern-day Kenchester in Herefordshire, town was shaped as an irregular hexagon, with a.
The Excavations. These excavations were conducted by G.H. Jack. The full report can be found in G.H. Jack, Excavations on the Site of the Romano-British Town of Magna, Kenchester, Herefordshire, during the YearsReport of the Research Committee of the Woolhope Club, The Road.
At this time the lines of the walls of the town were said to be still distinct, and at one. Heritage List Entry Summary for Site Of Romano-British Town Of Magna. Heritage List Entry Summary for Site Of Romano-British Town Of Magna.
Excavation at the summit of the hill, Silbury tunnel excavation, Other PastScapeandHerefordshire SMR Title: Excavations on the site of the Romano-British town of Magna, Kenchester, Herefordshire, Author: G H Jack and A G K Hayter Publisher: The Woolhope Naturalists' Field Club Edition: First Edition, First Printing Date Printed: Description: A nice copy of the record of the archaeological excavations of the Roman town of Magna (Magnae Dubonnorum) in Herefordshire.
Mr A. Wilmott, the author of this note, graduated from the University of Newcastle upon Tyne in and directed excavations at Kenchester in for Hereford and Worcester County Museum, who are still employing him to write up the excavation. A dissertation on Kenchester will form a part of his MA course at Birmingham University.
Kenchester. Magna, HER About five miles west of Hereford and half a mile south-west of Kenchester is the site of a small Roman town, which the mileage of the Antonine Itinerary identifies as Magni or to this site is the Iron Age camp at Credenhill (HER ), and only a mile to the west is a Roman villa at Bishopstone (HER ).
Roman Excavations and teetotallers. – Roman Excavations at Kenchester. The Very Ref the Dean wrote to the British Museum regarding exciting archaeological finds at Kentchurch, and a site which locals knew as Magna Castra. The building remains of a walled Roman town, of probable military origins.
Defences were built in earth from the mid-2nd century, and a later stone wall, gateways, bastions and ditches were built by the mid-4th century. There is also evidence for 5th century occupation of the site. EXCAVATIONS ON THE SITE OF THE ROMANO-BRITISH TOWN OF MAGNA, KENCHESTER, HEREFORDSHIRE, DURING THE YEARS Written by G.H.
Jack; A.G.K. Hayter. Stock no. Almost very good condition. Large format. Green cloth, gilt titles. Report of the Research Committee of The Woolhope Club. B/w photos.
Moated site yds (m) south of Brinsop Court Brinsop and Wormsley Site of Romano-British town of Magna Kenchester Medieval bridge m north east of Stretton Court Farm Burghill Moated site at Court Farm Mansell Lacy Churchyard cross in St Michael and All Angels' churchyard Mansell Lacy.
The Romano-British Town of Magna (Kenchester) Herefordshire. 73 & 38 plates. G J Jack and others. Excavations on the site of Ariconium. G J Jack and a G K Hayter. The Romano-British Town of Magna (Kenchester) Herefordshire.
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Excavations on the Site of the Romano-British Town of Magna, Kenchester, Herefordshire, during the years () by Angelo George Kirby Hayter and Gavin Heynes Jack | 1 Jan Unknown Binding.
An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in Herefordshire, Volume 2, East; Plate Kenchester, Roman Town of Magna; Plate Kenchester, Roman Town of Magna. Page Roman Town of Magna. Mosaic Pavements from Site 8 [Drawing by T. Whittaker, Photograph by Alfred Watkins.
The Archaeological Investigation into potential damage of the site of the Romano-British town of Magna, Kenchester, Herefordshire. Publisher Ruckhall, Eaton Bishop, Herefordshire: A Report on Excavations in May and June Publisher Herefordshire Nature Trust Parkland Project, Archaeological Investigations 3: Haye Park, Richard.
Kenchester excavations, pl Description: Black and white photograph showing flagged floor and morticed stones found at Kenchester excavations, site 4, pl Herefordshire Collection Holder: Herefordshire Libraries Related Collections.
Kenchester images. Kenchester, excavations, Description: Black and white photograph showing the Kenchester, excavations, hypocaust pillars, Photographer / artist Herefordshire Collection Holder: Herefordshire Libraries Related Collections.
Kenchester images. KENCHESTER, a parish in the district and county of Hereford; on the Hereford and Brecon railway, 1 mile W by N of Credenhill r. station, and 5½ WNW of town, Bishopstone, under Hereford. Acres, Real property, £1, Pop., Houses, The property is divided among a few.ROMAN WINDOWS AND GRILLES FIG.
3. Reconstruction of the Northampton grille, eroisillm and bars, and ~~ The most useful work on the subject had been done by AbbC Cochet who illustrated examples from Caudebec-les-Elbeuf, Seine-Infkrieure, and Sainte-Beuve.Romano-British Religious Sites in the West Midlands Region.
that this was not, in fact, a religious enclosure, while the SMR record of the site excavated in at New Weir, Kenchester, Herefordshire does not necessarily point to this site having a religious function.
J.P. Excavations on the Site of the Roman Town at Wroxeter.