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Excavations on Redgate Hill, Hunstanton, Norfolk and at Tattershall Thorpe, Lincolnshire

Excavations on Redgate Hill, Hunstanton, Norfolk and at Tattershall Thorpe, Lincolnshire

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Published by Field Archaeology Division and Heritage Trust of Lincolnshire in conjunction with the Scole Archaeological Committee in Dereham .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Rosemary Bradley ... [et al.] ; with contributions by David Gurney ... [et al.] ; illustrations by Hoste Spalding ... [et al.] ; photographs by Rosemary Bradley ... [et al.].
SeriesEast Anglian archaeology -- 57
ContributionsBradley, Rosemary., Field Archaeology Division., Scole Archaeological Committee Limited., Heritage Trustof Lincolnshire.
The Physical Object
Pagination128p. ;
Number of Pages128
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20948387M
ISBN 10090559410X

Hunstanton Hall was the ancestral home of the Le Strange family, one of the most powerful Norfolk families in the C15 and C The brick gatehouse of the Hall was built in by Sir Roger Le Strange within a large deer park, and the main double-pile Hall (destroyed by fire in the C19) was begun in by Sir Nicholas Le Strange. Spotted: Hunstanton and surrounding area, Hunstanton. K likes. Send us what you want posting and we post itFollowers: K.

Eaa Excavations on Redgate Hill, Hunstanton, Norfolk, and at Tattershall Thorpe, Lincolnshire by F. Healy, R. Bradley, R. M. J. Cleal, P. Chowne and . Originally Heacham's (not Hunstanton's) water tower, this was converted into flats in Location: Top of Redgate Hill. Hunstanton Heritage Plaques. Hunstanton Heritage Plaques are on buildings and sites of interest in Hunstanton and Old Hunstanton.

"HUNSTANTON is a pleasantly situated village, on an eminence, with a declivity to the east, opening into a fine valley, and terminated on the north west by that lofty sea cliff called Gore, or St. Edmund's Point,- being distant 10 miles W. of Burnham-Market, and 17 miles N. by E. of Lynn. Old Hunstanton is a village settlement adjacent to the larger resort of Hunstanton or New Hunstanton. The quiet character of Old Hunstanton remains distinct from and complements that of its busy sibling, with clifftop walks along the famous stripped cliffs past the Old Hunstanton Lighthouse and the ruins of St Edmund’s 's Chapel, built in Location: Hunstanton, Norfolk.


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Jones and Peter Murphy ; illustrations by Hoste Spalding. 5 Article in Monograph: Chowne, Peter, and Healy, Frances. ‘The excavation of the Neolithic settlement site at Tattershall Thorpe, Lincolnshire’ in Excavations on Redgate Hill, Hunstanton, Norfolk, and at Tattershall Thorpe, Lincolnshire.

p 6 Article in Serial: Hinton, White, R. Anglo-Saxon England. passim. Tattershall Thorpe, Anglo Saxon anvil This innocuous-looking piece of iron is actually an important are rare survival. It is a portable metalworking anvil, excavated as part of a grave assemblage at Tattershall Thorpe inand at the time the only example of its type known from Britain.

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parish, but mostly in Coningsby parish; contains a pop. of about 2,; and has a r. In a circle of timber posts within the intertidal zone on the north Norfolk coast was brought to the attention of the Norfolk County Council Archaeological Service. A subsequent programme of archaeological recording and dating revealed that the structure was constructed in the spring or early summer of BC, during the Early Bronze by: Excavations at Redgate Hill, Hunstanton, Norfolk; and at Tattersall Thorpe, Lincoln: Bradley, Rosemary, Chowne, Peter: Books This volume brings together the very different results of two area excavations, at Tattershall Thorpe in Lincolnshire on the north-western edge of the Fens, and at Hunstanton in Norfolk, on the north Author: Rosemary Bradley, Peter Chowne.

Murphy P (b) III. Mollusca and plant remains. In: Bradley R, Chowne P, Cleal RMJ, Healy F, Kinnes 1, Excavations on Redgate Hill, Hunstanton, Norfolk, and at Tattershall Thorpe, Lincolnshire. East Anglian Archaeol 64–69Cited by: Note: the area shown on the map is the area covered by flood alerts and warnings.

It is not a live map of current flooding. The area covered broadly equates to the area where the fisk of flooding in any year is greater than 1% (the "hundred year" flood risk). Excavations during the s and in have revealed evidence for Late Neolithic, HUNSTANTON, WEST NORFOLK, NORFOLK: Full description.

Fieldwalking. Area west of Redgate Hill investigated by [1]. Small assemblage of worked flints recovered. ‘The excavation of the Neolithic settlement site at Tattershall Thorpe, Lincolnshire’ in Excavations on Redgate Hill, Hunstanton, Norfolk, and at Tattershall Thorpe, Lincolnshire.

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