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A Middle Saxon Iron Smelting Site at Ramsbury, Wiltshire
EXCAVATIONS on a site in the High Street, Ramsbury revealed an iron smelting and smithing site datable by radioxcarbon determination and analysis of the finds to the late 8th and early 9th centuries.
A Viking Grave at Sonning, Berks
  • V. Evison
  • History
    The Antiquaries Journal
  • 1 September 1969
Summary Two skeletons recently discovered at Sonning, Berks., were found with a sword, pin, knife, and arrowheads. The burial is considered in connection with other Viking burials known from the
A Bronze Mount from the Roman Villa at Lullingstone, Kent
  • V. Evison
  • History
    The Antiquaries Journal
  • 1 March 1966
An unusual little bronze mount (fig. 1, pl. XXII, 1a, b) has been found on the site of the Roman villa at Lullingstone, Kent, and is published here by kind permission of the excavator, Lt.-Col. G. W.
The fifth-century invasions south of the Thames
The Conference on British Studies will award its third triennial prize of three hundred dollars in November, 1966. The prize will be given for the best book published between January 1, 1963 and
Quoit Brooch Style Buckles
  • V. Evison
  • History
    The Antiquaries Journal
  • 1 September 1968
During excavation in 1967 of an Anglo-Saxon cemetery at Mucking in Essex, bronze belt equipment (pls. liii, liv) was found in situ on a body stain in grave 117. Its importance is immediately obvious,
Sugar-Loaf Shield Bosses
  • V. Evison
  • History
    The Antiquaries Journal
  • 1 March 1963
The description Zuckerhut has been used in German publications to distinguish the tall shield bosses of the eighth century which have certain variations in form but remain constant in being unusually
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