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Prehistoric and Roman sites at Hillside, Gravesend, Kent

Brian Philp

Prehistoric and Roman sites at Hillside, Gravesend, Kent

by Brian Philp

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Published by Kent Archaeological Rescue Unit in West Wickham .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Gravesend (Kent, England),
  • England,
  • Gravesend (Kent)
    • Subjects:
    • Excavations (Archaeology) -- England -- Gravesend (Kent),
    • Antiquities, Prehistoric -- England -- Gravesend (Kent),
    • Romans -- England -- Gravesend (Kent),
    • Gravesend (Kent, England) -- Antiquities.,
    • Gravesend (Kent, England) -- Antiquities, Roman.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Brian Philp and Maurice Chenery.
      SeriesKent special subject series,, no. 11
      ContributionsChenery, Maurice., Kent Archaeological Rescue Unit.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDA690.G8 P54 1998
      The Physical Object
      Pagination32 p. :
      Number of Pages32
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL105553M
      ISBN 100947831169
      LC Control Number99222713
      OCLC/WorldCa39299632

      A wide range of other Faversham and Kent titles is stocked. All profits assist the conservation of the area. Faversham Reprints 1 An account of the Church and Priory of St Mary Magdalen, Davington (Anon) £ 2 The Faversham Directory, Year Book of Useful Information and Almanack £ 2), while the chapter on Greco-Roman Egypt (Chapter 7) examines just objects. Similarly, in Europe (Section II) our account of later prehistoric and Roman Europe (Chapter 11) considers c. 24, objects, which contrasts with objects from Iron .

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Prehistoric and Roman sites at Hillside, Gravesend, Kent by Brian Philp Download PDF EPUB FB2

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. Author of Excavations in West Kent,The excavation of the Roman forts of the Classis Britannica at Dover,Excavations at Faversham,Archaeological excavations in the Darent Valley, Roman Dover, The Dartford gunpowder mills, The Roman site Kent book Fordcroft, Orpington, The Roman house with Bacchic murals at Dover.

Prehistoric and Roman Sites at Hillside, Gravesend, Kent: Major Discoveries During Excavations and Watching-briefs on a Large Housing-project for McLean Homes in and (Paperback) Brian Philp £ Paperback.

Full text of "Earthwork of England, prehistoric, Roman, Saxon, Danish, Norman and mediæval;" See other formats. It has direct ownership over some historic sites and also liaises with private owners of sites that are managed under guardianship arrangements.

The following is a list of English Heritage properties containing links for any stately home, historic house, castle, abbey, museum or other property in the care of English ship: Kate Mavor.

Sussex was not just a place for pleasure; it was a place for defense. Some of the most important military constructions include the Newhaven Fort and the Royal Military Canal in the east, with Martello towers built along the coast. These monuments remain in Seaford, Eastbourne and the 20th century, Sussex played a major role in WWI and WWII; in both Newhaven Fort.

It was in East Sussex where the Normans landed in at Pevensey, where they fought Harold's army at a field near Battle which Kent book be visited to this day. Battle Abbey was built by the Normans after the battle. Most of the county churches had their first stones laid at this time.

During the Middle Ages, a great number of Castles were built or improved on—Bodiam Castle. It had: 20 households, 9 geld units, and a value to the lord in of £8, 6 villagers, 8 smallholders, 6 slaves, 8 ploughlands, 3 lord’s plough teams, 5 men’s plough teams, lord’s lands, 32 acres of meadow and 1 * 1 leagues of woodland.

canterbury’s archaeology – FIELDWORK: I CANTERBURY CITY SITES produced chronologically diagnostic material, a near complete (though fragmented) Anglo-Saxon vessel dating to around A.D. scattered Roman and prehistoric features were located in Areas 1 and 6. Extensive topsoil stripping at Areas 2, 3, 5 and 7 was carried out in tandem with.

A Roman villa is recorded from a field near Litlington churchyard, Cambridgeshire, and a Roman cemetery from a spot a short distance away. Other examples have been noted at, or near, the churches of Woodchester and Tidenham, in Gloucestershire, and Wingham, in Kent.

The first-named instance is the most instructive. The prehistoric landscape and Iron Age enclosed settlement at Mingies Ditch, Hardwick-with-Yelford, Oxon Oxfordshire Book Depository Phase IV. Archaeological Watching Brief Report.

NGR SU Thurnham Roman Villa, Thurnham, KENT ARC THM 98 Detailed Archaeological Works, Interim Report, Final. In prehistoric times, the whole of Sussex was populated by tribesmen, some of whom settled on the tops of the downs. Sites can still be seen at Firle Beacon, Mount Caburn and other sites.

From the invasion in AD46 Sussex played a major role in Roman Britain. The Romans left Pevensey Castle and various Roman Roads as a. Only in the interests of this book will we make such a sudden diversion; for, at the rear of the house, on the old bowling-green, is an interesting memorial of one of the jolly fellows who once upon a time gathered here on summer evenings and played a game of bowls when business in the neighbouring town of Gravesend was done for the day.

The colluvium seals features of Prehistoric and Roman date and is therefore thought to be the result of ploughing in the Roman period. Topography The Springhead Quarter occupies a spur of land forming the eastern side of the valley of the Ebbsfleet (a former tributary of the Thames, now mostly dry) and the southern side of an unnamed dry valley.

Living with them [in ] was nephew Isaac Bull [b ] (from Gravesend, Kent). In andAnn and daughter Josephine were living in Blackpool.

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features of Prehistoric and Roman dates and is thought to be a result of de-stabilisation of slopes during ploughing in the roman period (Wessex Archaeology ). The Ebbsfleet Valley is well known as the location of the type ‐site of a form of Later Neolithic decorated. It was of Roman architecture, and consisted of two arches formed by large stones.

Between the tops of the arches, which were cased with Norman masonry, was the whole-length figure of a Roman soldier. This gate was a porta principalis, the termination of the great Watling Street that led from Dover through London to Chester.

It was destroyed in. Guide to Rural England - Kent - Free download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online for free. Kent is a land of gardens and orchards, of historic castles and churches, of pretty villages and fine market towns, but above all, it is a land that is inescapably linked to the sea.

Travel Publishing has made available Free of Charge digital editions of its popular series of Guide. Ditton is a large village and civil parish in the Tonbridge and Malling district of Kent, England.

The village is miles WNW of Maidstone and miles east of West Malling. The parish, which is long and narrow, straddles the A20, with farmland to. On Octo David Lordkipanidze, paleontologist and director of the Georgian National Museum in Tiblisi reported the results of eight years study of a million-year-old skull, known as Skull 5, discovered at Dmanisi, a site in the republic of the time of discovery, this skull of an adult man was the earliest completely preserved adult hominid skull.All the angles between the 64 sites shown in the chart of all of the sites have been plotted on a frequency graph and also adjacent angles have been totalled and plotted.

The latter was considered to bring out the more common angles which from Grid North were found to be: 41°, 49°, 56°, 61°, 90°, °, °, °, °.Our coach pulled up at Gravesend railway station. I remembered it was extended to North Kent East Junction on the South Eastern Railway (SER) and thence to London Bridge.

It was clearly a second Gravesend station (later known as Gravesend West) opened by SER's rivals. It was within convenient distance of Victoria.