Dating archaeological objects
- T F Hopkinson-Ball Building recording in 2008 - The Somerset Vernacular Building Research Group Finds reported to the Portable Antiquities Scheme in 2008 - Naomi Payne and Anna Booth Book reviews edited by Stephen Croad Somerset archaeology, 2008 edited by C J Webster Ecology in Somerset: Tributes to Pat Hill-Cottingham Hoverfly report - Dave and Ted Levy Book reviews Proceedings of the Society Additions to the Library and articles from non-Somerset periodicals relevant to Somerset - David Bromwich Associated Societies 2007-8 Contents of recent SANHS volumes Index - Peter Ellis Shapwick, Domesday Book and the Polden Estate - F. Thorn Iron Age, medieval and recent activity at Whitegate Farm, Bleadon, North Somerset - Donna E. Young Woolston Manor Farm, North Cadbury: an outline report of fieldwork in 2006-7 by the South Cadbury Environs Project - Richard Tabor The Fransiscan Friary and Civil War defences at Friarn Meadows, Bridgwater - James Wright and Armour Chelu The bishop and the guild: the Wells cisis of 1341-3 - Tony Scrase The Fosse Way and other Roman roads around Bath: excavations and interpretations since 1997 - Peter Davenport An early medieval secular and ecclesiastical estate: the origins of the parish of Winscombe in North Somerset - Mick Aston and Michael Costen Clicket, a co-location of habitation - Richard Sandover The west Somerset woollen trade, 1500-1714 - Philip Ashford Shorter papers: A Carthusian grange at Green Ore on Mendip - Pip Osborne A prehistoric wooden artifact from the Axe valley - Nick Corcos Lithic finds from Larkbarrow Farm, Exmoor - Richard Mc Donnell A medieval seal matrix from Baltonsborough - T F Hopkinson-Ball Building recording in 2007 - The Somerset Vernacular Building Research Group Finds reported to the Portable Antiquities Scheme in 2007 - Naomi Payne Book reviews edited by Stephen Croad Somerset archaeology, 2007 edited by T S Bagwell and C J Webster Ecology in Somerset edited by Pat Hill-Cottingham Overlapping footprints: gauging threats from development - M. Part II: summary and review - Barbara Lowe The Introduction of the Brown Rat (Ratus Norvegicus) - John Mc Cann A late medieval screen fragment from Glastonbury Abbey - T F Hopkinson-Ball Medieval remains at Downs Farm, Walton - Peter Leach Priddy Hill, Mendip - Brian Hack Book Reviews - edited by Stephen Croad Somerset Archaeology - C J Webster and T L Bagwell Ecology in Somerset - edited by Pat Hill Cottingham The changing flora of Somerset: the retreat of cold-climate plants - Linda Carter Native Orthopteroids in Somerset: risk of loss - Mark Anderson Freshwater Mollusca in Somerset: risk of loss - Pat Hill Cottingham Climate change and the Long-winged Cone-head - Mark Anderson Hoverflies - Ted Levy and Dave Levy An alien flatworm kontika ventrolineata recorded in Somerset - Pat Hill Cottingham Book Reviews Professor Leslie Alcock - memories of Cadbury Castle: an obituary Bradley Hill, Somerset, and the end of Roman Britain: a study in continuity? the determination of the chronology of events studied from archaeological data.Two systems of archaeological dating are used: absolute and relative chronology.Items accepted for publication, and revised where necessary, should be with the editor by May for typesetting. woodland management in a modern context - Tony Smith Somerset lepidoptera 1995 - Tony Liebert and Roger Sutton The experience of the Civil War in the West - Ronald Hutton Excavations at Glastonbury Abbey 1987-1993 - Humphrey Woods Charterhouse on Mendip: interim report on excavations in 1994 - Malcolm Todd A medieval farmhouse at Meadow Vale Farm, near Wincanton - Caron Newman, Lorraine Mepham and David Bonner Lancin Farmhouse, Wambrook - John Dallimore Burrow Mump: a revision - Robert Dunning Early bench-ends in All Saints' Church, Trull - Mark Mc Dermott Nineteenth century Bath-stone walled graves at St Nicholas's church Bathampton - Margaret Cox and Gwynne Stock The landed estates of Somerset since 1873 - Peter Dale-Thomas Note: field survey and excavation of two linear wooden features at Hooper's Ground, Westhay Heath.
So submissions should ideally be made before the end of the previous year to allow for review, revision and editing.
In addition we have varying quantities of past volumes of Proceedings.
Dating archaeological objects comments