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By Arthur Henry. Lyell

First released in 1912, this quantity presents an inventory of all Romano-British constructions within the British Isles recognized on the time of book, whole with references to released works on every one constitution, prepared by way of county. This quantity omits burial websites and circumstantial facts for profession, concentrating on quite a lot of excavated buildings starting from army defences to foundations and pavements. The specific references for every constitution supply a helpful source for studying the level of prior excavations on a website, and for convalescing info on buildings that have on the grounds that been misplaced or destroyed. glossy discoveries is additionally put in context with prior excavations within the similar zone. the writer, Arthur H. Lyell (d. 1925), was once a trendy archaeologist specialising in Roman Britain

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1818, i. 5, and Lib. Rom. Brit. Rem. i. 56. Hemsworth, see Witchampton. Hod Hill. Buildings. Warne's Anc. Dorset, 154. Holcombe, see Uplyme, Devon. Holwell, near Cranborne. Buildings and pavement. Arch. Jour. XLIV. 395; Warne's Anc. Dorset, 225 n. Iwerne Minster. Buildings. Antiquary, XXXIH. 16; Dorset Field Club Proc. XII. xxxiii. Jordan Hill, see Preston. 2—2 2O DORSETSHIRE Maiden Newton. Pavement. Arch. Review, iv. 301; Hutchins, II. 687; Lewis, in. 205. Milton Abbas (Bagber). Kiln. Arch. Review, IV.

I. 94; Lond. A. Archaeologia, xxxi. 461, and Proc. 1 S. I. 18; Morgan, 33, 80; Wilts. Arch. Soc. Mag. xxvn. 7. Cricklade Street. Pavement. Wilts. Arch. Soc. Mag. XIV. 192. GLOUCESTERSHIRE 31 Dyer Street. Buildings and pavements. Antiquary, XXVI. 150; Arch. Jour. VI. 318, 321, 396; Athenaeum, Aug. A. Jour. V. 360, VII. 64; Buckman, 28, 35 (plan), 62 (plan); Gent. Mag. 1849, ii. 357, 1850, i. 25, and Lib. Rom. Brit. Rem. i. 87, 88; Illust. Lond. News, Sept. 8,1849; Lond. A. Vet. Mon. II. pi. 44, and Minute Book, xxil.

594; Muilman, III. 67 ; Salmon, 133. Mersea, West. Buildings and pavements. Antiquary, xxxill. 231 ; Britton and Brayley, V. 324; Essex Arch. Soc. Trans. S. III. 132, VI. 284, VII. 112 ; Lond. A. Archaeologia, V. 230, XVI. 148, Proc. 2 S. XVI. 426 (plan), Minute Book, 1. 96, and Topog. , red portfolio (pavement found in 1767); Morant's Essex, I. 15, 424, 425 ; Muilman, V. 449 ; Salmon, 434. Piece of an orig. pav. in Colchester museum. Pleshy. Traces of pavement. , Hist, of Pleshy, 1803, 3; Wright, II.

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