Hen Domen, Montgomery
A Timber Castle on the English-Welsh Border
Robert Higham and edited by Philip Barker
The late Philip Barker was formerly Reader in British Archaeology, University of Birmingham. He has directed a number of excavations and published several books.
Robert Higham is Senior Lecturer in Archaeology, University of Exeter. His research interests cover two broad topics relating to the medieval period: the general theme of defense, in both its military and social aspects, and the medieval archaeology of South West England.
List of Figures Acknowledgements Summary Introduction Chapter 1. Background and Earlier Work on the Site Chapter 2. Pre-Castle Phases Chapter 3. The Bailey Chapter 4. The Motte Chapter 5. The Artefactual, Environmental and Survey Evidence Pottery from the Motte Stephanie Ratkai Metalwork from the Motte Ian and Alison Goodall Metalwork and Other Material from the Bailey Robert Higham and Mike Rouillard Wooden Objects Sean Goddard and Sue Rouillard Tree-ring Dating Ruth Morgan Metallurgical Slags Gill Juleff Animal Bones Sue Browne Geophysical Survey Peter Barker Survey of the Pre-Castle Plough-Soil Surface Jonathan Freeman Chapter 6. Landscape History and Fieldwork around Montgomery Chapter 7. Conclusion The Dating Evidence The Structural Evidence General Discussion Appendix: A Photographic Memoir References
This handsome volume contains no fewer than a hundred papers, divided into regional studies from the various frontier provinces of the Roman Empire...
British Archaeological News
Size: 297 x 210 mm
Publication: December 1, 2000