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Death / Burial / Cemeteries / Tombs

'Out of Darkness, Cometh Light': Life and Death in Nineteenth-Century Wolverhampton
Excavation of the overflow burial ground of St Peter's Collegiate Church, Wolverhampton 2001-2002
£31.00
Author:
Josephine Adams and Kevin Colls
Publication Year:
2007
Language:
English
ISBN:
9781407301235
Paperback:
112pp, Includes 62 tables, 64 figures, maps, plans, drawings and photographs, Glossary and data Appendix
Sub-series name:
Birmingham Archaeology Monograph Series, 3
BAR number:
B442
Sub Title:
Excavation of the overflow burial ground of St Peter's Collegiate Church, Wolverhampton 2001-2002
Between October 2001 and January 2002, Birmingham University Field Archaeology Unit (now Birmingham Archaeology) carried out... More
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Portal Tombs in the Landscape
The Chronology, Morphology and Landscape Setting of the Portal Tombs of Ireland, Wales and Cornwall
£55.00
Author:
Tatjana Kytmannow
Publication Year:
2008
Language:
English
ISBN:
9781407302515
Paperback:
227pp. Illustrated throughout with tables, figures, maps, plans, drawings and photographs. With CD containing catalogue of 225 sites.
BAR number:
B455
Sub Title:
The Chronology, Morphology and Landscape Setting of the Portal Tombs of Ireland, Wales and Cornwall
Portal tombs are the least researched megalithic class in Ireland, despite the fact that they have one of the widest distributions of all... More
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£62.00
Author:
Mary Chester-Kadwell
Publication Year:
2009
Language:
English
ISBN:
9781407304168
Paperback:
247pp. Illustrated throughout with figures, maps, plans, drawings and photographs including 6 colour plates. Catalogues and Gazetteer
BAR number:
B481
This work is a study of Anglo-Saxon mortuary and settlement practices in the landscape of Norfolk (eastern England) from the early fifth... More
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Roman Quarrying and Stone Supply on the Periphery - Southern England
A geological study of first-century funerary monuments and monumental architecture
£49.00
Author:
Kevin M. J. Hayward
Publication Year:
2009
Language:
English
ISBN:
9781407306179
Paperback:
200pp. Illustrated throughout with maps, plans, drawings, figures, tables and photographs. With additional material online (appendix).
BAR number:
B500
Sub Title:
A geological study of first-century funerary monuments and monumental architecture
The content of this report which examines the geological source of the earliest examples of fine freestone carving in the province,... More
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Identity, Commemoration and the Art of Dying Well
Exploring the Relationship between the Ars Moriendi Tradition and the Material Culture of Death in Gloucestershire, c.1350-1700A.D.
£79.00
Author:
Kirsty Owen
Publication Year:
2000
Language:
English
ISBN:
9781407304816
Paperback:
316pp
BAR number:
B513
Sub Title:
Exploring the Relationship between the Ars Moriendi Tradition and the Material Culture of Death in Gloucestershire, c.1350-1700A.D.
This study considers how the treatment of death in related forms of material culture might have contributed to the definition of elite... More
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£41.00
Author:
R. M. Chapple with appendices by Sean Denham, Catherine M. Dunne, Meriel McClatchie Maria B. O’Hare artefact illustrations by Stephanie Godden
Publication Year:
2010
Language:
English with abstract in German and French
ISBN:
9781407307244
Paperback:
167pp. Includes 77 figures, 75 plates, 12 tables
BAR number:
B521
This volume details the excavation of a remarkably well preserved, enclosed Middle Bronze Age cemetery in the townland of Gransha, Co... More
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£47.00
Author:
Alistair Marshall
Publication Year:
2011
Language:
English
ISBN:
9781407307862
Paperback:
169pp. Illustrated throughout in colour and black and white
BAR number:
B530
Two extended papers investigating two contemporary areas of experimental archaeology. Paper 1: Simulation of prehistoric cremation:... More
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£33.00
Author:
Alice Rogers
Publication Year:
2013
Language:
English
ISBN:
9781407311111
Paperback:
115pp. Illustrated throughout, data Appendices
BAR number:
B581
Sub Title:
A pilot study based on modern excavations
This study examines female representation in British Chalcolithic and Early Bronze Age (2500 - 1500 BC) funerary practices. Chronology... More
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Contextual Archaeology of Burial Practice
Case studies from Roman Britain
£56.00
Author:
John Pearce
Publication Year:
2013
Language:
English
ISBN:
9781407311968
Paperback:
263pp. Illustrated throughout.
BAR number:
B588
Sub Title:
Case studies from Roman Britain
This study explores the insights into provincial Roman societies that can be gained from the archaeological evidence for burial practice,... More
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Unearthing Late Medieval Children
Health, status and burial practice in Southern England
£46.00
Author:
Heidi Dawson
Publication Year:
2014
Language:
English
ISBN:
9781407312477
Paperback:
179pp. Illustrated throughout
BAR number:
B593
Sub Title:
Health, status and burial practice in Southern England
This study explores the status of children in the late medieval period (AD 1066-1539) based on two concepts of the child; biological and... More
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£82.00
Editors:
Ricardo J. Elia and Al B. Wesolowsky
Publication Year:
1991
Language:
English
ISBN:
9780860547129
Paperback:
396pp, Includes 136 figures.
BAR number:
S564
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Lod (Lydda), Israel
From its Origins through the Byzantine Period 5600 B.C.E. - 640 C.E.
£49.00
Author:
Joshua J. Schwartz
Publication Year:
1991
Language:
English
ISBN:
9780860547211
Paperback:
210pp, Includes text illustrations
BAR number:
S571
Sub Title:
From its Origins through the Byzantine Period 5600 B.C.E. - 640 C.E.
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