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archaeology of Yorkshire

Frank Elgee

archaeology of Yorkshire

by Frank Elgee

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Published by Methuen in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Yorkshire (England) -- Antiquities.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Frank and Harriet Wragg Elgee ; with 2 maps and 60 illustrations.
    SeriesThe county archaeologies
    ContributionsElgee, Harriet Wragg.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxv, 272 p. :
    Number of Pages272
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17893161M

    Along with Wessex and Orkney, the Yorkshire Wolds is a key area for studying the development of the Neolithic period in the British Isles as it became a major focus for settlement in this era. Isolated farms rather than settlements of any size appear to have been the normal dwelling types however few have been located with any certainty and most evidence is of funerary sites and ritual nates: 54°00′22″N 0°26′24″W / °N . The Ritual Landscape, Archaeological Services WYAS, Yorkshire Archaeology 10 (Leeds): Holst, M. & Coughlan, J., ‘Dental Health and Disease’, in V. Fiorato, A Boylston and C. Knüsel (eds), Blood Red Roses: The Archaeology of a Medieval Mass Grave from the Battle of Towton , Oxbow Books, Oxford,

    Welcome to Archaeology Plus Bookstore! SUBSCRIBE FOR A SNEAKY PEEK AT OUR NEWEST STOCK BEFORE IT GOES LIVE! PERSONAL SERVICE: Orders and card payment by .   The Restored Railways of Yorkshire and Lancashire Paperback – November 1, by Professor of the Archaeology of the Roman Empire Andrew Wilson (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: Professor of the Archaeology of the Roman Empire Andrew Wilson.

    The Yorkshire Archaeological and Historical Society, formerly known as the Yorkshire Archaeological Society, is a learned society and registered charity founded in It is dedicated to the study of the archaeology, history and people of the three Ridings of the historic county of Yorkshire. It publishes an annual journal, the Yorkshire Archaeological Journal; and, particularly through its Record Series, it . In this book, the history of Yorkshire from prehistory to present day is told through the lens of the conflicts that occurred in each period. Beginning with prehistoric occupation and following the story of the region up to the 20th century, the bulk of the work focuses on the medieval conquests and battles, and the effects that they had on the area and its population.


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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Elgee, Frank. Archaeology of Yorkshire. London, Methuen & Co. [] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book. Welcome to our collections of books and archives. These fascinating maps, diaries, letters, prints, photographs, deeds, wills, manorial records and rare printed books offer insight into the archaeology and history of the county from prehistoric to modern times.

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The remarkable Iron Age archaeology of eastern Yorkshire is set into wider context by views from Scotland, the south of England and Iron Age Western Europe.

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