2 edition of archaeology of Bokerley Dyke found in the catalog.
archaeology of Bokerley Dyke
H. C. Bowen
|Statement||H. C. Bowen ; edited by B. N. Eagles.|
|Contributions||Eagles, Bruce N., Royal Commission on Historical Monuments (England)|
|LC Classifications||DA670.B6 B69 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 127 p. :|
|Number of Pages||127|
|ISBN 10||0113000197, 0113000197|
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The county has a long history of human settlement and some notable archaeology, such as the hill forts of Maiden Castle, Badbury Rings and Hod Hill. A large defensive ditch, Bokerley Dyke, delayed the Saxon conquest of Dorset for up to years. There are .
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The archaeology of Bokerley Dyke. [H C Bowen; Royal Commission on Historical Monuments (England)] Print book: National government publication: EnglishView all editions and formats: # Aerial photography in archaeology--England--Bokerley Dyke\/span>\n \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n schema.
The archaeology of Bokerley Dyke. [H C Bowen; Bruce N Eagles] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. Create Book\/a>, schema:CreativeWork\/a> ; \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0 library. Cranborne Chase is a rare place in terms of the preservation of a wide range of archaeology spanning thousands of years.
The book's main focus is Bokerly dyke but covers an area from around Blandfrod to Rockbourne. Comprehensive loose plans log a huge range of ancient features. A unique work5/5(1). View details for The Archaeology of Bokerley Dyke. The data on this page was last updated at on May 5, Books shelved as archaeology: Archaeology: Theories, Methods and Practice by Colin Renfrew, The Lost City of the Monkey God by Douglas Preston, Gods, Gra.
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The chalk downland of Martin Down National Reserve presents a pastoral landscape that also evokes an ancient history that is captured by the undulating flanks of the mysterious Bokerley Dyke.
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Bokerley Dyke submitted by JimChampion Self-portrait in shadow - the Bokerley Dyke casts a long shadow on a 20th century earthwork (the large butt of a disused rifle range).
These are just 15 photos of Bokerley Dyke. If you were logged in with a. The dyke as it stands in its current form is a Romano-Britsh defensive earthwork. However H.C. Bowen in the excellent book "The Archaeology of Bokerley Dyke" gives a good argument for a much earlier origin.
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It contains forty-four chapters which focus on the history of the discipline and its current scientific techniques and methods. Grim's Ditch, Grim's Dyke (also Grimsdyke or Grimes Dike in derivative names) or Grim's Bank is a name shared by a number of prehistoric bank and ditch tic in both their naming and original function, examples are found across the chalk uplands of southern England.
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Download the Walk Handout and Map: The Landscape Archaeology of Martin Down Walking in the footsteps of Colt Hoare and Pitt-Rivers, both of whom investigated the dyke and its environs, we walked along this ‘linear’, as it is called in the literature, and pondered on just how rich is the archaeology of this small tract of countryside is.
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That Bokerley is still a county border today and still commands views over an open landscape, not to mention the rich biodiversity of Martin Down, means that walking the dyke provides a unique opportunity to sample the wide repertoire of chalk land archaeological features, without forgetting that, around the earthworks, successive generations.
A cross dyke or cross-dyke (also referred to as a cross-ridge dyke, covered way, linear ditch, linear earthwork or spur dyke) is a linear earthwork believed to be a prehistoric land boundary that usually measures between and 1 kilometre ( and mi) in length.
A typical cross dyke consists of one or more ditches running in parallel with one or more raised banks. You are here: Home > Format > Book > Archaeological Maps Archaeological Maps Maps in the area of Rockbourne, Oakley Down, Bokerley Dyke, Pentridge, Gussage Hill.
The most northerly is called Bokerley Dyke which was partially built on top of a series of earlier earthworks called Grim’s Ditch (which were probably Iron Age field boundaries built to divide large cattle grazing areas). Bokerley still defines the Dorset-Hampshire border and seems to protect the Romano-British settlement at Woodyates against.
Pioneers in Palaeontology and Archaeology. We move on to Bokerley Dyke, a defensive structure likewise investigated by Pitt Rivers.
Upon arrival in Oxford, we visit the Museum of Natural History where another example of an Ichtyosaur found by Mary Anning is on display.
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Each chapter addresses a key excavation or discovery that illuminates a particular aspect of the city’s past, and the development of antiquarians’ and. The book, divided into nine wellcrafted chapters and supported by more than images, charts the complex history of the monument, its place in the wider landscape, its morphology, and its link to the significant European monarch from whom the dyke Author: Kathryn Krakowka.
The Aerial Archaeology Research Group (AARG) began life in after some earlier seminars called to discuss ideas raised by Paul Ashbee (then of the University of East Anglia) and David Wilson (of CUCAP).). (See AARGnews 28 and 47). The critical issue was to examine ways of obtaining archaeological information from existing aerial photographs – problems that now tend to fall within.
Bokerley Dyke adjacent to one of the air elds he was based at in – A later publication on this earthwork noted that his work was carried out under ‘di cult wartime conditions ’ (BowenAuthor: Matthew Spriggs. I would have liked to have seen an example of the polygon enclosure type on the Hampshire side of Bokerley Dyke.
The book would also benefit from a map of Dorchester in the chapter on South Dorset. An index and a six-page bibliography are provided at the book's end.4/5(10). A flamboyant polymath, General Augustus Henry Lane Fox Pitt Rivers () was influential in four fields during his lifetime: military training, anthropology, archaeology and public education.
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H.C. Bowen () The Archaeology of Bokerley Dyke (RCHME/HMSO, London). As for local history, the obvious staring point is. E.H. Lane Poole () Damerham and Martin.
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Beginning with the period following Roman rule and ending in the century following the Norman Conquest, it surveys a period of fundamental social change, which included the conversion to Christianity, the emergence of the late Saxon state, and the.
RA Pickan’s Dyke, Dalmellington – Stage 1 Data Structure Report Rathmell Archaeology Ltd, Page 8 of 39 The break in the Dyke appears to have been extant in the mid-nineteenth century, as there is a portion of the dyke on the map which shows no hachures unlike the rest of the depiction.
Both Fleam Dyke and the Roman Road are archaeological sites of national importance, and large sections of each are scheduled ancient monuments. Fleam Dyke was constructed in the early Anglo-Saxon period to act as a territorial marker between the kingdoms of East Anglia and Mercia while the Roman Road probably follows the route of a.
Saxon. A large defensive ditch on Cranborne Chase in the north east of the county, Bokerley Dyke, dated todelayed the Saxon conquest of Dorset, with the Romano-British remaining in Dorset for years after the withdrawal of the Roman legions.
The inhospitable coastline prevented an invasion from the sea. When the Roman road across Cranborne Chase was rebuilt in the 6th century the. One thing he did talk about was an excavation of Bokerley Dyke adjacent to one of the airfields he was based at in – A later publication on this earthwork noted that his work was carried out under ‘difficult wartime conditions’ (Bowen ).
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Wyke Down henge submitted by JimChampion A composite image of the larger Wyke Down henge, excavated in / This view is looking NNW, which shows that the original entrance (in the foreground) is aligned to the SSE (as is the more recently excavated nearby henge).
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Maps in the area of Rockbourne, Oakley Down, Bokerley Dyke, Pentridge, Gussage Hill. CHS Archaeology cuttings (91) Press cuttings file No 1 s to s.
(92) Press cuttings file No 3 to Archaeological press cuttings. CHS Archaeology cuttings from around the world.Plan of the execution site at Bokerley Dyke Plan of the execution cemetery at Roche Court Down Plan of the execution cemetery at Walkington Wold Distribution of excavated execution cemeteries in England Comparative plans of gallows settings Distribution of execution cemeteries with prone burials Pioneers in Paleontology and Archaeology.
We move on to Bokerley Dyke, a defensive structure likewise investigated by Pitt Rivers. Upon arrival in Oxford, we visit the Museum of Natural History where another example of an Ichtyosaur found by Mary Anning is on display.
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