Excavations at Bamburgh: New Revelations in Light of Recent Investigations at the Core of the Castle Complex

@article{Kirton2017ExcavationsAB,
  title={Excavations at Bamburgh: New Revelations in Light of Recent Investigations at the Core of the Castle Complex},
  author={J. Kirton and G. Young},
  journal={Archaeological Journal},
  year={2017},
  volume={174},
  pages={146 - 210}
}
The article documents the results of a series of investigations undertaken by the Bamburgh Research Project (BRP) within the Inner Ward of Bamburgh Castle, Northumberland between 1997 and 2010, using resistivity, ground penetrating radar survey, and limited excavation. Throughout the course of the investigation around the ruins of the medieval chapel, material evidence was found of Romano-British activity. Furthermore, stone structures of pre-twelfth-century date were revealed. Two phases of a… Expand
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