Prehistoric, Romano-British and Medieval Settlement in Lowland North West England
Archaeological Excavations along the A5300 Road Corridor in Merseyside
Ronald W. Cowell and Robert A. Philpott
Ron Cowell BA Hons MIfA (Curator of Prehistoric Archaeology, National Museums Liverpool) has researched the prehistory of north-west England since 1983. He has undertaken extensive fieldwalking surveys, excavations at Mesolithic sites throughout Merseyside and in the Pennines, and directed a long term research and teaching excavation on an important multi-period site at Lathom, West Lancashire. His specialist interests are wetland and coastal archaeology and prehistoric stone tool analysis.
1. Introduction 2. Ditton Brook, Ditton 3. Brook House Farm, Halewood 4. Ochre Brook, Tarbock 5. Brunt Boggart, Tarbock 6. The Early Prehistoric Period in Southern Merseyside 7. The Late Prehistoric Period in Northern Merseyside 8. The Romano-British Sites in their Regional Context 9. The Medieval Settlement in its Landscape Context 10. Conclusions: Significance and Research Implications Glossary of terms used in the text Botanical terms References Abbreviations Index
Size: 297 x 210 mm
Publication: February 1, 2013
Series: National Museums Liverpool