Romans in the nene Valley

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The Romans in the East of England: Settlement and Landscape in the Lower Nene Valley Paperback – February 1, Reviews: 1. The Romans in the east of England: settlement and landscape in the lower Nene Valley. [Stephen Upex] -- "The Nene valley and East Midlands area have always been recognised as being of major importance within the Roman province of Britannia, but almost.

Notes on the Roman pottery industry in the Nene Valley (Peterborough Museum Society. Occasional papers0no.2) Unknown Binding – January 1, by Brian Hartley (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. The Amazon Book Review Author interviews, book reviews, editors' picks, and more.

Author: Brian Hartley. This ambitious volume casts new light on the Roman occupation of the Nene valley, and the rich Anglo-Saxon sculptural and manuscript context that preceded the construction of the present cathedral, as well as exploring the vital Romanesque tradition of the Soke and the essential contribution of the Barnack : Ron Baxter, Jackie Hall, Claudia Marx.

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Notes on the Roman Pottery Industry in the Nene Valley £ The book concludes with the end of Roman Britain, migrant Saxon occupation and the abandonment of villas and towns. About the Author Romans in the nene Valley book Upex was born and has lived in the Nene valley near Peterborough for over 45 s: 2.

The penultimate lecture of the Society’s Autumn / Winter programme is by Dr Stephen Upex on The Roman Archaeology of the Nene Valley. Stephen teaches at Maddingley Hall, Cambridge, and is author of The Romans in the East of England: Settlement and Landscape in the Lower Nene Valley, the most recent and up-to-date work on the area but sadly out-of-print and almost impossible.

A clue to life as a Roman in Nene Park, is the remains of a large timber barn on Roman Point, probably used for furnace and smithing work for making small tools. Also close by are a well and a shallow tank, which experts think could be for making salt from the then-tidal flow of the River Nene.

Book The Nene Valley Archaeological Trust invites you to join us for our Conference which will take place at Castor, near Peterborough, on Saturday 30th March. The conference provides a unique opportunity to showcase the wealth of Roman archaeology in the Nene Valley.

Six eminent speakers will address the topic of "Your Roman Past". Learn Romans in the nene Valley book Peterborough and Nene Valley Roman pottery from leading authority on the subject, Dr Stephen Upex. The talk will be in two parts: A presentation looking at the Roman pottery of the Peterborough area A hands-on teaching session FREE for FRAG Members Speaker: Dr Stephen Upex written on a wide variety of topics related to.

Buy The Romans in the Nene Valley by J. P Wild (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : J. P Wild. The River Nene (/ ˈ n ɛ n / or / ˈ n iː n /: see below) is a river in the east of England that rises from three sources in Northamptonshire.

The tidal river is about miles ( km) long, about miles ( km) of which forms the border between Cambridgeshire and is the tenth-longest river in the United Kingdom, and is navigable for 88 miles ( km), from Northampton to.

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Notes on the Roman pottery industry in the Nene Valley. [Peterborough, Eng.] The Museum, The Independent Books are joining forces to rediscover the lost vineyards of Roman Britain.

areas of Roman Britain seems to have been the Nene Valley, in what is now Northamptonshire. It grew up close to a Roman fort established to create and protect the crossing point of Ermine Street over the River Nene.

There were extensive potteries and iron works close to the town. There were also many Roman villas or farmsteads in the Nene valley region – and an impressive official building or Praetorium across the river at Castor. It is an essential part of early Peterborough history. This stretch of the lower Nene valley has long been known for its ancient history.

Antiquarians such as Camden in the 16th century and Stukeley in the 18th, described Roman remains in the area and were aware of the existence of a Roman town South of the Nene and a Roman settlement under Castor village itself.

However it is the local figure,File Size: 1MB. Nene Valley Colour Coat (NVCC): major fine ware produced along the Nene Valley at Durobrivae (Water Newton) and fine tableware and mortaria.

Fabric cream/brown to beige with variable colour coats of black, dark blue, orange and red. National Roman Fabric Reference Collection (Dore & TomberMuseum of London Archaeology Service Monograph 2) Fabric code: LNV CC (Lower Nene Valley (White or.

The lower Nene valley was an important centre for pottery manufacture in Roman Britain. Nene valley pottery production was centred on the suburbs of the Roman town of Durobrivae close to the current- day villages of Water Newton, Sibson and Stibbington, as well as to the north of the Nene in Normangate Field (Castor and Ailsworth).

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The Settlers of the Nene Valley Project has, for the last two and a half years, been exploring the lives of the Neolithic, Bronze & Iron Age, Roman, Saxon and Medieval people who settled on the Stanwick Lakes site over the past 5, years and we have been sharing this with our local communities.

Hunt cup showing a hound chasing a deer. Roman beakers like this were made in the Nene Valley from to AD. They were very expensive and fashionable table wares. Object Name Hunt cup Accession Number /53/ Category roman Site Location Leaholme, Cirencester Tags Roman, beaker External Links.

Nonprofit organization aims to promote study, discovery, and preservation of sites. Offers membership details, a brief description of the Piddington Villa Museum, and publications. Located in the UK. NVR Stock Book NENE VALLEY RAILWAY STOCK LIST.

Click on the "Download File" below for a recent Stock List (Updated 20/10/12). The list is still #UNDER CONSTRUCTION# : File Size: 22 kb: File Type: xlsx: Download File.

Powered by Create your own unique website with customizable templates. Get Started. Journal of Archaeological Science15, A Chemical Study of Clays and Roman Pottery from the Lower Nene Valley, Eastern England Jeremy M.

Storey" (Received 23 Septemberaccepted 15 July ) One hundred and thirty-two clay and Roman pottery samples were collected from various kiln sites, settlement sites and clay outcrops in the Lower Nene Valley, Eastern England. Wild, J.P. ‘ Roman settlement in the lower Nene Valley ’, Archaeological Jnl.

–70 Williams, J. ‘ Excavations on a Roman site at Overton near Northampton ’, Northamptonshire Archaeol – Roman beakers like this were made around the Nene Valley in AD and were known as Castorware after the place they were made near.

Decoration, here a dog chasing a deer, was added after the pot had been thrown. North Yorkshire - History - Treasures from the museum Discover some of the secrets from the vaults of York's famous Yorkshire Museum. Booking and fares. Tickets for normal services can be purchased at station booking offices.

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Nene Valley Railway is one of over attractions around the UK that. This Roman road ran from London to Wroxeter in Wales, via St. Albans and Leicester (where it intersected the Fosse Way, the Roman road from Exeter to Lincoln).

Wellingborough 1: This drawing covers part of the valley of the River Nene as it meanders through farmland and the cottage industries of Wellingborough and Irthlingborough.

The Roman Empire (Latin: Imperium Romanum, Classical Latin: [ɪmˈpɛri.ũː roːˈmaːnũː] ; Koinē Greek: Βασιλεία τῶν Ῥωμαίων, romanized: Basileía tōn Rhōmaíōn) was the post- Republican period of ancient Rome.

As a polity it included large territorial holdings around the Mediterranean Sea in Europe, Northern Africa, and Western Asia ruled by emperors.

From Missing: Nene Valley. The ancient trail stretched from Canterbury to Hadrian’s Wall, and was used by the Romans. The Nene Washes is a specially protected area of 15 square km along the river. In winter, thousands of birds nest here on their way south, including owls, lapwings and swans.

Not far from the River Nene is the Nene Valley. Brian R. Hartley, Notes on the Roman Pottery Industry in the Nene Valley. (Peterborough Museum Society Occasional Papers, 2). Peterborough: The Museum, Pp. The Groom Room Northampton Nene Valley; phone location_onNene Valley Retail Park, St James Mill Road East, Northampton, NN1 1ET.

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