Archaeology and environment in the Lower Welland Valley

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Cambridgeshire Archaeological Committee, Department of Archaeology, University of Cambridge , Cambridge
Statementby Francis Pryor ... [et al.].
SeriesEast Anglian archaeology -- 27, The Fenland project -- no.1
ContributionsPryor, Francis., Cambridgeshire ArchaeologicalCommittee.
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Open LibraryOL14206590M

A long-term, low-cost rescue project was undertaken in response to gravel quarrying at Maxey between and Throughout, the archaeological focus was the more or less concurrent excavation taking place at the Etton causewayed enclosure, a site which was effectively a central point within this part of the lower Welland valley.

This report presents the archaeological and environmental work of the Welland Valley Project on the gravel soils of the lower Welland, east of Stamford, to the fen edge. The introduction describes the regional geology and soils, previous archaeological work in the area, and the field survey intended to set the excavations in context.

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Archaeology and Palaeochannels in the Lower Welland and Nene Valleys: Alluvial Archaeology at the Fen-Edge, Eastern England. In Needham, S.

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and Macklin, M. (eds.) Archaeology under Alluvium, pp. Oxford: Oxbow Monograph French, C. Neolithic soils, middens and alluvium in the lower Welland valley. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has Archaeology and environment in the Lower Welland Valley book together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.

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Gurney, J. Neve and F. Pryor Landscape ISBN 0. 7For an excellent textbook that covers all the archaeological periods discussed in this book see David Crowther, David Gurney, Gavin Simpson and Maisie Taylor, The Fenland Project, No.

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The work was carried out between 1 January and 31 December The unexplored archaeology of Soon Valley is an open invitation for the Archaeologists, Historians and Researches to unlock the mysteries of past. This area has been habited by Prehistoric Man; There are numerous caves that require scientific archaeological excavations.

The ancient civilizations have been ruling this valley and left his traces. The Fenland Project, Number 7: Excavations in Peterborough and the Lower Welland Valley – By W. G. S impson, D. A. G urney, J. N eve and F.

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