Archaeology in Northumberland National Park
Council for British Archaeology, Sep 30, 2004 - History - 382 pages
The Northumberland National Park contains some of the finest archaeological landscapes in England. The chapters of this volume reflect the variety and quality of these landscapes as well as a broad picture of the ever evolving landscape and its past inhabitants.
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A decade of digging in the hills
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abandoned agricultural Archaeologia Aeliana archaeological bastle Border boundary Breamish Valley Bremenium buildings built burial cairns cairns cereal Cheviots church clearance construction Coquetdale cord rig cultivation Dere Street ditch earlier early Bronze Age earthworks Elsdon enclosure England English Heritage evidence excavations farming farmsteads field systems figure Frodsham gate gatehouse Hadrian's Wall Harbottle hillfort historic Hodgson Ingram Iron Age Jobey known land landscape late later located Low Cleughs Mesolithic milecastle Milfield military monuments Moss National Park Authority Neolithic North Tynedale northern Northumberland National Park Northumbria occupied Otterburn perhaps photograph pollen prehistoric probably quarry radiocarbon dates rampart recent recorded Redesdale reivers remains ridge-and-furrow road rock art Roman Romano-British Rothbury roundhouses Scotland Scottish settlement shieling Simonside Simonside Hill stone structure suggests survey surviving terraces Thirlwall Castle timber tower turf Tyne Tynedale upland Upper Coquetdale village Vindolanda Wether Hill Yeavering Yeavering Bell