Written by experts with unrivalled information and knowledge of Silbury Hill, and combining scholarly research and readable narrative, this book sets out the archaeological story of Silbury. Discussing the early recognition of its importance, antiquarian and modern archaeological investigations of the hill and what Silbury means to people today.
An examination of the urban development of Bristol - a town which for much of its history was second only to London in size and importance. This study uses documentary and physical evidence to reconstruct the fabric of a city and the social character of its different parts.
An archaeological survey of the Iron Age prehistoric earthwork forts that crown many hills in Southern England.The survey distinguishes several classes of hillfort, and reveals the great variation in complexity among sites.
First published in 1977, this classic excavation report set new standards in reporting archaeological finds. It describes the excavation of an early medieval site near Wooler in Northumberland, identified as Ad Gefrin by the Venerable Bede.