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Report on the excavations of the Roman fort at Richborough, Kent.

J P. Bushe-Fox

Report on the excavations of the Roman fort at Richborough, Kent.

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Published by OUP, for the Society of Antiquaries in Oxford .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesReports -- 10.
The Physical Object
Paginationviii, 235p., 52 plates
Number of Pages235
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20012629M


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This is the fourth report of excavations at Richborough, in Kent, England, conducted by J P Bushe-Fox. Included are descriptions of human remains and artefacts such as pottery, coins, buildings and metalwork, together with an account of the methodology used to unearth by: Second Report on the Excavation of the Roman Fort at Richborough, Kent [J.

Bushe-Fox] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Second Report on the Excavation of the Roman Fort at Richborough, Kent. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Bushe-Fox, J.P. (Joscelyn Plunket). Report on the excavation Report on the excavations of the Roman fort at Richborough the Roman fort at Richborough, Kent.

Oxford, Printed by J. Johnson for the Society of Antiquaries, London, Burlington House, London, English Afficher la notice complète This is the fifth report on excavations by Barry Cunliffe that took place on the site of the Roman fort and amphitheatre at Richborough, in Kent, in the s.

Included are descriptions of artefacts such as pottery, coins and buildings, together with an account of the methodology used to unearth by: Second report on the excavation of the Roman fort at Richborough, Kent.

Print; Title: Second report on the excavation of the Roman fort at Richborough, Kent. More Info. Author/Artist: Bushe-Fox, J. (Joscelyn Plunket) Publisher: Oxford, Printed by Kent. book. Johnson for the Society of Antiquaries, London, This is the fifth report on excavations by Barry Cunliffe that took place on the site of the Roman fort and amphitheatre at Richborough, in Kent, in the s.

Included are descriptions of artefacts such as pottery, coins and buildings, together with an account of the methodology used to unearth these. The Roman site of Richborough has been the subject of three targeted excavations by the Archaeology Projects team. All re-examined areas that had been excavated in the past, and all contributed to new understandings of the four centuries of Richborough’s Roman history.

An excavation of the amphitheatre and its surrounds at Richborough Roman Fort in Kent will begin in late March. The excavation will allow English Heritage to understand the amphitheatre's date and relationship to the Roman fort and town at Richborough, which was occupied for the entire Roman.

Richborough Roman Fort is now open for you to visit. You now need to book your timed tickets in advance. We have introduced limits on visitor numbers to help keep everyone safe, and you won’t be able to visit without your booking confirmation.

If you’re a Member, your ticket will be free, but you still need to book in advance. The fort at Richborough is a key site in the history of Roman Britain The nearby Roman fort is a key site in the history of Roman Britain, used from the invasion of 43 AD until the end of Roman.

Cunliffe B.W. Fifth Report on the Excavations of the Roman Fort at Richborough, Kent, Reports of the Research Committee of the Society of Antiquaries of Lon Oxford.

Harris, S. Richborough and Reculver, London. Johnson, J.S. ‘The date of the construction of the Saxon Shore fort at Richborough’, Britannia 1, –8. Fifth report on the excavations of the Roman fort at Richborough, Kent.

Oxford: Printed at the University Press by V. Ridler for the Society of Antiquaries, Burlington House, London, (OCoLC) J. Bushe-Fox, Fourth Report on the Excavations of the Roman Fort at Richborough, Kent. Society of Antiquaries of London Research Committee Report XVI. Oxford University Press, Pp.

+ VII, 98 plates. 42s. - Volume 41 Issue - M. Hull. Richborough (/ ˈ r ɪ tʃ b ər ə /) is a settlement north of Sandwich on the east coast of the county of Kent, rough lies close to the Isle of population of the settlement is included in the civil parish of Ash. Although now some distance from the sea, Richborough stood at the southern end of the Wantsum Channel from prehistory to the early medieval period.

Fifth report on the excavations of the Roman fort at Richborough, Kent. Oxford: University Press for Society of Antiquaries of London. MLA Citation.

Cunliffe, Barry. Fifth report on the excavations of the Roman fort at Richborough, Kent University Press for Society of Antiquaries of London Oxford Australian/Harvard Citation.

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The site of Richborough Roman fort and associated settlement, port and roads. The site is important for its long history within Roman Britain: it was probably the landing place for the Roman invasion of 43 AD and it appears to have remained in use until the end of Roman rule.

Now inland, during the Roman period the site was an island on the. Oxford: Society of Antiquaries, 5 volumes, numerous black & white illustrations, many large folding plates. Volume 1 has the original printed wrappers with a small repair and small hole on following 2 pages, not affecting the text.

4to, maroon cloth, 4to. Oxford: Society of Antiquaries, Very good +. Binding: Hardcover Condition: Near Fine Language: English. B., Cunliffe Fifth Report on the Excavation of the Roman Fort at Richborough, Kent, Research Report Society of Antiquaries of Lon London Emery, W.B., and Kirwan, L.P.

Royal Tombs of Ballana and Qustul, Cairo. Richborough’s Roman Fort is a key site in the history of Roman Britain, used from the invasion of 43AD until the end of Roman rule around Excavation of the Richborough Roman Fort will begin.

The excavation at Richborough Roman Fort’s amphitheatre will be carried out by specialists from Historic England, between late March and early June A small area within the existing walls of the Fort will also be excavated to learn more about the very first phase of Richborough’s occupation in 43 AD, its Claudian gateway.

Book Description Society of Antiquaries of London, United Kingdom, Hardback. Condition: New. Language: English. Brand new Book. Reports on the early timber buildings, the monumental arch and comprehensive summary of Richborough's place in Roman Britain.

Buy Fifth Report on the Excavations of the Roman Fort at Richborough, Kent by Cunliffe, B. W., (ed) (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : B. Cunliffe, (ed). Figure 1: Richborough Roman Fort The site had been investigated several times over the preceding two hundred years, but Bushe-Fox’s project was the first large-scale excavation of the site to discover what lay between the walls.

Location of copy Shelfmark Availability; Research Library: CUN: Research Library: CUN. During the decline of the Roman Empire, Richborough was eventually abandoned by the Romans and after this, the site was occupied by a Saxon religious settlement. Excavations [ edit ] Recent Excavations carried out in late of an 90 m ( ft) section of Roman wall uncovered the original Roman Coastline along with the remains of a Medieval Dock.

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Contents: Preliminary report on the season of the Central Limes Arabicus Project (S Thomas Parker); Early Neolithic Village of `Ain. On our first morning, we travel northeast to Reculver on the north Kent coast where Dr Elliott will give a tour of the Saxon shore fort site and St Mary’s Church (built within the walls of the Saxon Shore fort with stone recycled from the earlier Roman structure).The tour will also take you to the site’s eastern perimeter where one can view the course of the former Wantsum Channel.

* Cunliffe B. W., "Fifth report on the excavations of the Roman fort at Richborough, Kent", Oxford: The University Press: for the Society of Antiquaries, Reports of the Research Committee of the Society of Antiquaries of Lon (BSA) * Johnston D.

E., "The Saxon Shore", London: Council for British Archaeology, CBA Research Rep Richborough / ˈ r ɪ tʃ b ᵊ r ə / is a settlement north of Sandwich on the east coast of the county of Kent, rough lies close to the Isle of Thanet.

Although now some distance from the sea, Richborough stood at the southern end of the Wantsum Channel from prehistory to the early mediaeval period. The channel provided a safe searoute from the continent to the Thames estuary. Richborough Roman Fort and Amphitheatre: Lovely - See traveler reviews, candid photos, and great deals for Sandwich, UK, at Tripadvisor TripAdvisor reviews.