Skip to main content
Article thumbnail
Location of Repository

Iron Age and Roman copper alloys from northern Britain.

By David Barry Dungworth
Topics: Archaeology Metallurgy
Year: 1995
OAI identifier: oai:etheses.dur.ac.uk:1024
Provided by: Durham e-Theses

Suggested articles

Citations

  1. 175 Harding, D.W. 1984 Holme House, Piercebridge: excavations,
  2. 1799 'Beitrag zur numismatischen
  3. 1930.
  4. 1934 doi
  5. 1938 'Excavation of a native settlement at Milking
  6. 1938 Industry doi
  7. 1952-3 'Three Metal-work Hoards of the Roman period
  8. 1954 The Stanwick Fortifications, North Riding of Yorkshire. Society of Antiquaries Research Report No. XVII London: The Society of Antiquaries. doi
  9. 1957 The
  10. 1970 'Dragonby - doi
  11. 1976
  12. 1978 Orientalism. Harmondsworth: Penguin.
  13. 1979
  14. 1981 A Statistical Approach to the Study of Ancient Copper Alloy
  15. 1984 Iron Age Bridle-Bits from Britain. Department of Archaeology
  16. 1985 'Cosmetic sets from Late iron Age and Roman Britain', doi
  17. 1986 'A set of Roman medical doi
  18. 1991 'Past, present and future - the doi
  19. 1992 A History of Metallurgy. (second edition). London: The
  20. A.
  21. (1987). Agricola and the Conquest of the North. doi
  22. Allen, V.L. 1982 'An Iron Age settlement at West House, Coxhoe, County Durham!, Archaeologia Aeliana
  23. and doi
  24. and Fitts, R.L. 1990 'Stanvvick, North Yorkshire, Part I: Recent research
  25. Antiquity,
  26. Archaeology,
  27. arms factories of the later Roman empire', in J.C. Coniston
  28. at Grimthorp, Yorkshire, England', Proceedings
  29. British doi
  30. C. & doi
  31. (1986). Central Places, Archaeology doi
  32. Condamin, doi
  33. Conquerors doi
  34. Cottam,
  35. Croom
  36. Cumberland
  37. Current
  38. der
  39. Dunning, G.C. 1961 'Soldiers and settlers in Britain, fourth to fifth century, with a catalogue of animal-ornamented
  40. E. T. 1933 Celtic Ornament. Oxford: Oxford University Press. doi
  41. elements doi
  42. F.C.
  43. frahbronzezeitlicher doi
  44. (1946). From Imperium to Auctoritas: A historical study of Aes coinage in the Roman Empire, 49BC-ADI4. Cambridge: doi
  45. G. 1985 'The objects of
  46. Hartley,
  47. Hasebroek, J. 1965 Trade and
  48. Haselgrove, C.C. 1982 'Indigenous settlement patterns
  49. Haselgrove, C.C. 1986 'An Iron Age community and its hilifort:
  50. Haverfield, F. 1912 Romanization of
  51. Hawkes, C.F.C. 1951 'Bronze-workers, Cauldrons, and Bucket-animals in Iron
  52. Hawkes, C.F.C. 1954 'Archaeological theory and method: some suggestions from the doi
  53. HG.
  54. Hill,
  55. Hill, J.D. 1994 'Why we should not take the data from Iron age settlements for granted: recent studies of intra-settlement patterning', in A.P. Fitzpatrick & E. Morris (eds) The Iron Age
  56. Hill, P. 1987 'Traprain Law', Scottish Archaeological
  57. Howego, C. 1992 'The
  58. Hull,
  59. I. 1985 'Silvered-bronze horse-trappings from Xanten (Castra Vetera)' , Britannia, volume XVI, 141-164. doi
  60. I.R. 1986 Reading the Past. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.BIBLIOGRAPHY Page
  61. Ilaselgrove, C.C. 1989 'The later Iron Age in
  62. Iligham,
  63. in doi
  64. interim doi
  65. J.
  66. J. & Boucher, S. 1966 'Recherches techniques sur les doi
  67. J.D. 1989 'Rethinking the Iron age', Scottish Archaeological Review, volume 6, 16-24.
  68. J.P. 1982b, 'The exploration of long distance movement of bronze in Bronze and early Iron
  69. J.V.S doi
  70. James, S. 1984 'Britain and the late Roman army', in doi
  71. jobey, G.
  72. Jobey, G. 1959
  73. Jobey, G. 1976 'Traprain Law: a summary', in D.W. Harding (ed) Hillforts: later' prehistoric earthworks in Britain and Ireland, 191-204.
  74. Junghans, S., Sangmeister, E. & Schroder, M.
  75. King, A 1978 'Gauber high pasture, Ribblehead - an interim report', in R.A. Hall (ed) Viking Age York and the North, 21-5. CBA Research
  76. Kinsley, G. 1990 'An Iron Age bronze foundry at
  77. Kubaschewski, 0. & Alcock, C.B. 1979 Metallurgical doi
  78. Layton, R. 1991 The Anthropology of Art. (second
  79. ler
  80. London:
  81. M. 1978 A Corpus of Engraved Gemstones from British Sites.
  82. M.J.
  83. Macgegor,
  84. Mackey, R. forthcoming 'Welton Wold' MacMullen, R. 1960 'Inscriptions on
  85. Macready, S. & Thompson, F.H. 1984 Cross-Channel Trade between Gaul and Britain in the doi
  86. Manchester doi
  87. Maxfield, V.A. 1986 'Pre-Flavian doi
  88. McCarthy, M.R. 1984
  89. McCarthy, M.R. 1990 A Roman, Anglian and
  90. McCarthy, M.R. 1991
  91. Megaw, J.V.S & doi
  92. Megaw, J.V.S 1971 'A doi
  93. Millett, M.J. 1977 "Art in 'Small Towns': 'Celtic' or 'Classical' ", in J. Munby & M. Henig (eds) Roman Life and Art in Britain
  94. Millett, M.J. 1980 'Aspects of Romano-British pottery in West Sussex', Sussex Archaeological Collections,
  95. (1984). Mints, markets and the military, in T.F.C. Blagg &
  96. Monograph 11. London: Society for the Promotion
  97. Mould, Q. 1991 'Metalwork', in
  98. Museum Publications. doi
  99. Musty, J.
  100. N. 1987 'Brigantia Revisited', doi
  101. (1974). Nahnadeln',
  102. Nash, D. 1976 'Reconstructing Poseidonios's Celtic ethnography: some doi
  103. Neal, D.S. 1974 The Excavation of the Roman villa in Gadebridge
  104. Northover,
  105. Northover, J.P. 1984b 'lion Age bronze metallurgy in central southern England' Aspects of the Iron Age in Central Southern Britain, 126-45. OUCA Monograph No 2. Oxford: Oxford
  106. Northover, J.P. 1987 'Non-ferrous metallurgy', in B. awliffe Hengistbuty Head, Dorset Volume
  107. Northover, J.P. 199 lb 'Metallurgical
  108. Oldenstein, J. 1985 'Manufacture and supply
  109. Oldest
  110. Otto, H. & Witter, W. 1952 Handbuch der doi
  111. P.
  112. Picon, M., Condamin, J. & doi
  113. Piggott, S. 1950 'Swords and Scabbards
  114. Piggott, S. 1958
  115. Pitts, L.F. & St. Joseph, J.K. 1985 Inchtuthill: the legionary fortress. Britannia Monograph series No. 7. London: Society for the Promotion of doi
  116. Pollard, A.M., Thomas, KG., Ware, D.P.
  117. (1982). Pottery in the Roman World: an ethnoarchaeological approach. London: Longman. doi
  118. (1975). Press. doi
  119. R., doi
  120. Raistrick, A. 1936 'Excavations at Sewell's Cave, Settle',
  121. reconstruction doi
  122. Renfrew, C. 1973 The Radiocarbon
  123. Riederer, J. & Briese, E.
  124. Riederer, J. 1974a 'Metallanalysen rOmischer Sesterzen',
  125. (1983). Roman Britain from the Air. Cambridge:
  126. (1976). Roman Britain in 1975',
  127. (1977). Roman Britain in 1976: Sites explored', doi
  128. (1983). Roman Britain in 1982: Sites explored', doi
  129. (1984). Roman Britain in 1983: Sites explored', doi
  130. (1985). Roman Britain in 1984: Sites explored', doi
  131. (1986). Roman Britain in 1985: Sites explored', doi
  132. (1991). Roman Britain in 1990: Sites explored', doi
  133. (1992). Roman Britain in 1991: Sites explored', doi
  134. (1993). Romanisation" and Roman material culture',
  135. Rowlands,
  136. Rowlands, M.J. doi
  137. Rutter, J.G. 1959
  138. (1989). Saddington, D.B. 1991 'The parameters
  139. Salway, P. 1981 Roman Britain. doi
  140. Salway, P. 1981 Roman Britain. Oxford: Oxford University Press. doi
  141. Schiffer, doi
  142. Selkirk,
  143. Selkirk, A.
  144. Selkirk, A. 1993 'A royal burial at St Albans', Current
  145. (1984). Sewingshields', Archaeologia Aeliana (fifth series), volume XII,
  146. Sharples, N.M. 1991 Maiden Castle: doi
  147. Sheffield
  148. Shennan, S. 1988 Quantifying Archaeology. doi
  149. Simpson, D.D.A. 1979 (eds) Introduction to
  150. Slater, E.A. 1985 'Sources and resources for non-ferrous metallurgy', in P. Phillips (ed) Archaeology and
  151. Smith,
  152. Smith, C. 1990
  153. Smith, G.E. 1933 The Diffusion of Culture. London: Watts.
  154. Smythe, J.A. 1938 'Roman objects of
  155. Sommer, C.S. 1991
  156. (1973). Sources of pottery found on military sites', in Desticas (ed) Recent Roman Pottery,
  157. Spratling, doi
  158. Spratling, M.G. 1975 'Fragments of a lorica segmentata in the hoard from Santon, Norfolk', Britannia, volume V, 206-7. doi
  159. Spratling, M.G. 1979 'The
  160. Spratling, M.G. 1981 'Metalworking at the Stanwick Oppidum: some new evidence', Yorkshire
  161. Stead, I.M. 1965 The La TĂȘne doi
  162. Stead, I.M. 1979 The Arras Culture.
  163. Stead, I.M. 1980 Rudston Roman Villa. Leeds: Yorkshire Archaeological Society.
  164. Stead, I.M. 1991 Iron Age Cemeteries in East Yorkshire. London: English Heritage. doi
  165. Stem, doi
  166. Stopford, J. 1987
  167. Stos-Gale, Z.A. 1993 'The origin of metals from the Roman period levels of doi
  168. T.
  169. The doi
  170. (1962). The early Iron age Metalwork Hoard from Stanwick, N.R. Yorks.' Proceedings of doi
  171. (1987). The Roman Empire: economy, society and culture.
  172. (1967). The Trenoweth Collar', Cornish Archaeology, volume 6, 5-8.
  173. TIN. 1971 Excavations at Dinorben, 1965-9. doi
  174. Tylecote, R.F. 1970 'The composition
  175. upon doi
  176. (1972). Verulamium I. doi
  177. Wacher,
  178. Wacher, J.S. 1969 Excavations at Brough-on-Humber, 1958-61. doi
  179. Wainwright, G.J. 1979 Gussage All Saints: an Iron age settlement in Dorset. doi
  180. Walker, D.R. 1988 'The Roman coins from the sacred spring at Bath', in B.
  181. Webster, G. 1971 'A hoard of Roman military equipment from Fremington
  182. Webster, J. doi
  183. Webster, P.V. 1972 doi
  184. Welboum, D.A. 1981 'The role of blacksmiths in a
  185. West
  186. Wheeler, R.E.M. & Wheeler, T.V. 1932 Report doi
  187. Whimster, R. 1981. Iron Age Burial Practices. BAR (British) 77. Oxford: British Archaeological Reports.
  188. Whittaker, C.R. 1983 'Late Roman trade and traders', in P. Gamsey, K Hopkins, & C.R. Whittaker (eds) Trade in the Ancient Economy, 163-180. London: Chatto & Windus. doi
  189. Whittaker, C.R. 1990 'The consumer city revisited: the vicus and the city', Journal of Roman Archaeology,
  190. Willers, IL 1907 Neue Untersuchungen
  191. Wilson, D.R. 1968 'Roman Britain in 1967. I: Sites Explored', in Journal of the Roman Society, volume LVIII, 176-206.
  192. Winterton doi
  193. Woodfield, C.C. 1965 'Six Turrets on Hadrian's Wall', Archaeologia Aeliana (fourth series), volume XLEII, 87-200.
  194. (1960). X-ray fluorescent analysis applied to archaeology, Archaeometty,
  195. XXX,
  196. XXXVBI,
  197. Zink und doi
  198. Zur

To submit an update or takedown request for this paper, please submit an Update/Correction/Removal Request.