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FullWN07Report

FullWN07Report

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Published by David Connolly
the final report for Water Newton rally 2007

This report details the methodology, ammendments to future methods, coin reports, distribution patterns and potential future work. It would not have been possible without the help of many individuals (named in the report) and also contains a reference list.
the final report for Water Newton rally 2007

This report details the methodology, ammendments to future methods, coin reports, distribution patterns and potential future work. It would not have been possible without the help of many individuals (named in the report) and also contains a reference list.

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Published by: David Connolly on Feb 14, 2008
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The Durobrivae Project
 
Working together 
Water Newton Rally
August 2007
 
Report sponsored by 
Multi Media Arts Ltd4th Floor Mauldeth House Nell LaneChorltonManchester M21 7RLHeritage ConsultantTraprain HouseLuggate BurnWhittingehameEast LothianEH41 4QAT : 01620 861643 E : info@bajr.org
 
1.0 Introduction 42.0 Aims and objectives 53.0 Methodology 6
Archiving 7Artefacts: Deposition and Conservation 7
4.0 Historical Background 9
4.1 Introduction. 94.2 Pre-Roman. 94.3 Roman. 104.4 Post-Roman. 12
5.0 Results 14
5.1 Fields Examined 14
5.2 Artefacts
(Figures 5 – 12)
14
5.2.1 Prehistoric (Figure 5) 165.2.2 Iron Age (Figure 6) 165.2.3 Roman (Figure 7) 165.2.4 Saxon (Figure 8) 185.2.5 Medieval (Figure 9) 185.2.6 Post-medieval (Figure 10) 195.2.7 Brooches and Crotal Bells (Figure 11 & 12) 20
5.3 Coins (Figures 13 19) 29
5.3.1 The Material 295.3.2. Breakdown by Reece Periods 295.3.3. Bar Charts 305.3.4 Initial Comments 32
Additional studies of Coin Assemblage 40
ANALYSIS 41THE IRON AGE COINS 41THE ROMAN COINS 41THE EARLY MEDIAEVAL COINS 43THE MEDIAEVAL & POST-MEDIAEVAL COINS 43CONCLUSION 43
6.0 General Reporting Statistics 447.0 Artefact Conditions 448.0 Reported issues and solutions 459.0 Conclusions and suggestions for Further Work 49
1. Limit and dating of settlement pattern. 492. External Rural Landscape Use 493. Recovered artefact damage 50
10.0 Thanks and acknowledgements 5011.0 Bibliography 51
11.1 Further Reading 5211.2 ADS and SMR Records. 53Coin and Artefact Lists 54

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