5 edition of Excavations at Shakenoak Farm, near Wilcote, Oxfordshire found in the catalog.
|Statement||A. R. Hands, Exeter College|
|Publishers||A. R. Hands, Exeter College|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 139 p. :|
|Number of Pages||42|
|pt. 1. Sites A & D. pt. 2. Sites B & H. pt. 5. Sites K & E.|
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forthcoming Thwing, Paddock Hill: A Bronze Age and Anglo-Saxon site near Wilcote East Yorkshire• This work was carried out by the University of Leicester Archaeological Service with funding from English Heritage and the British Museum. 1986 Neolithic and Early Bronze Age Pottery. By the third century an enclosure wall had been built and the bath house had been converted into an agricultural building. 1998 A high-status Anglo-Saxon settlement at Flixborough, Lincolnshire, Antiquity 72, 146-161 M• The discovery will constitute one of a new series on archaeological finds called 'Hidden Treasures', which the BBC has scheduled for Autumn this year.
Sources and further reading [ ]• Reconstruction of pagan Anglo-Saxon costume using grave evidence. This website makes no warranties about the precision of the materials available. A third household enumerated near Wilcote 1861, that of a gardener, perhaps lived in part of the manor house. Wilcote was a hamlet of from at least the Middle Ages until the middle of the 19th century.
The Edict of Justinian shows that cloaks were sometimes sold with brooches for example, 53-6, 18-9; fibulatorium and a tomb painting from Silistra of slaves carrying their master's clothes to be put on after he has bathed shows the brooch left attached to the cloak Croom 2000, fig. 1987 A "Viking-Age" grave from Cambois, Bedlington, Northumberland, Medieval Archaeol. The crossroads east of Wilcote Manor gives access to Finstock, Woodstock, near Wilcote North Leigh.
That said it is no reason not to indulge in some blue sky research.
Coins of Cunobelin from the site.
827 as well as in grave II at Winchester Biddle 1967 ; in London, right in the middle of the rectangular opening, the iron blade is perforated, probably for the fastening of wooden side-pieces.
the projection seems excessive for such a purpose alone, and the boundary appears rather to have followed the line of Burford Way, a road that formerly ran from North Leigh through Wilcote and Minster Lovell.
1990 Wharram Percy: Deserted Medieval Village London: B.
Bridewell Close, between Church Road and New Yatt Road, in an important position overlooking the church, has used reconstituted stone and slate in an attempt, often lacking elsewhere, to harmonize with older houses.