North West Bibliography 2006 to 2017 Version 1

This is a working list (dated March 2017) of archaeological and historic environment articles and books (peer-reviewed and non peer-reviewed) material published since the 1st January 2006. Though extensive it is not an exhaustive list. We welcome suggested additions to the bibliography via the project email on the contacts page and will be updating the list soon.

Allison W & Murphy S, 2010, ‘The German Mines of Caldbeck and the Discovery of and Early Primitive Wagonway’, TCWAAS 3rd Series vol 10, 35-54.

Anon, 2006, ‘Archaeological Projects in Cumbria 2005’, TCWAAS 3rd Series vol 6, 241-286.

Anon, 2007, ‘Archaeological Projects in Cumbria 2006’, TCWAAS 3rd Series vol 7, 239-278.

Anon, 2008, ‘Archaeological Projects in Cumbria 2007’, TCWAAS 3rd Series vol 8, 259-294.

Anon, 2009, Archaeological Projects in Cumbria 2008’ TCWAAS 3rd Series vol 9, 233-278.

Anon, 2010, ‘Archaeological Projects in Cumbria 2009’, TCWAAS 3rd Series vol 10, 261-296.

Anon, 2011, ‘Archaeological Projects in Cumbria 2010’, TCWAAS 3rd Series vol 11, 253-284.

Anon, 2012, ‘Archaeological Projects in Cumbria 2011’, TCWAAS 3rd Series vol 12, 255-283.

Anon, 2013, ‘Archaeological Projects in Cumbria 2012’, TCWAAS 3rd Series vol 13, 265-291.

Anon, 2015, ‘Archaeological Projects in Cumbria 2013’, TCWAAS 3rd Series vol 15, 255-278.

Anon, 2016, ‘Archaeological Projects in Cumbria 2014’, TCWAAS 3rd Series vol 16, 253-278.

Atkin M A 2013, ‘Medieval Land use in the Ancient Parish of Kirkby Kendale’, TCWAAS 3rd Series vol 13, 117-138.

Archer N, Bentley M, Berry T, Dunn C, Goodall I, Hunt A, Jecock M, Menuge A, Sinton P & Taylor S, 2009, Gatebeck Low Gunpowder Works and the Workers’ Settlements of Endmoor and Gatebeck, Cumbria. An Archaeological and Architectural Survey English Heritage Research Report 63/2009.

Arnold A J, 2015, Whalley Abbey, Whalley, Lancashire: Tree-Ring Analysis of Timbers from the Great Hall and the North Range. English Heritage Research Report Series.

Arnold A J, Howard R E & Litton C, 2007a, High Beeches and The Hollies, Thurstonfield, Burgh-By-Sands, Cumbria: Tree-Ring Analysis of Timbers from the Barn. English Heritage Research Report Series.

Arnold A J, Howard R E & Litton C, 2007b Lawrenceholme Farm, Oulton, Cumbria: Tree-Ring Analysis of Timbers from the Buildings. English Heritage Research Report Series.

Arnold A J, Howard R E & Litton C, 2007c, The Stonehouse, Moorhouse, near Carlisle, Cumbria: Tree-Ring Analysis of Timbers from the Barn. English Heritage Research Report Series.

Arnold A J & Howard R E, 2010, Monks’ Hall, Eccles, Salford, Greater Manchester: Tree-Ring Analysis of Timbers. English Heritage Research Report Series.

Arnold A J & Howard R E, 2010, Mitchell’s Brewery, Brewery Lane, Lancaster: Tree-Ring Analysis of Timbers. English Heritage Research Report Series no. 29-2010.

Arnold A J & Howard R E, 2011, Church of St Mary, Churchgate, Stockport, Greater Manchester: Tree-Ring Analysis of Timbers from the Chancel Roof. English Heritage Research Report Series no. 24-2011.

Arnold A J & Howard R E, 2011, West Barn, Common Lane, Parbold, near Preston, Lancashire: Tree-Ring Analysis of Timbers. English Heritage Research Report Series.

Arnold A J & Howard R E, 2014, Dandra Garth, Garsdale, Cumbria: Tree-Ring Analysis of Timbers. English Heritage Research Report Series.

Arnold A J & Howard R E, 2014 Tonge Hall, Tonge Hall Close, William Street, Middleton, Rochdale, Lancashire: Tree-Ring Analysis of Timbers. English Heritage Research Report.

Arnold A J & Howard R E, 2014, Church of St Mary, Churchgate, Stockport, Greater Manchester: Tree-Ring Analysis of Timbers from the Vestry Roof. English Heritage Research Report Series no. 56-2014.

Arnold A J & Howard R E, 2015 Tomlinson Barn, Brookside Farm, Torkington Road, Hazel Grove, Cheshire: Tree-Ring Analysis of Timbers. Unpublished NTRDL Report.

Arnold A J, Howard R & Tyers C, 2016, Lancaster Castle, Castle Park, Lancaster: Tree Ring Analysis of Oak and Pine Timbers in the Keep and Gatehouse. Historic England Research Report Series.

Arrowsmith P, 2010, From Castle to Covered Market. A History of Stockport’s Market Place. Stockport: Stockport MBC.

Arrowsmith P & Power D, 2012, Roman Nantwich: A Salt-making Settlement. Excavations at Kingsley Fields 2002. BAR British series 557.

 

BAG, 2014, ‘Gristlehurst – Part One’, Bury Archaeological Group Newsletter 6: 1-2.

Bailey R N, 2011, Corpus of Anglo-Saxon Stone Sculpture Volume IX, Cheshire and Lancashire. Oxford: OUP & British Academy.

Bancroft C, 2010, ‘Scarrow Hill in the Seventeenth Century: A Reconsideration of Vernacular Architecture c.1600 near Naworth, Cumbria’, TCWAAS 3rd Series vol 10, 137-146.

Barrowclough D, 2007, Multi-Temporality and Material Culture: An Investigation of Continuity and Change in later Prehistoric Lancashire. British Archaeological report British Series 436.

Barrowclough D, 2008, Prehistoric Lancashire. Stroud: The History Press.

Baverstock K & Tiplady S, 2009, Gated Trackways between Common Land and In-bye Land within Satterthwaite Parish, TCWAAS 3rd Series vol 9, 91-110.

Beckley R & Campbell D, 2014, ‘ Cheshire past in 2013 Part 1: sites investigated, recorded and protected’, JCAS 84 137-49.

Bell S, 2009, Dig Greater Manchester: Northenden Mill. Community Excavations 2005 to 2006. Manchester: University of Manchester Archaeological Unit.

Biggins J A & Taylor D J A, 2007, ‘The Roman Fort at Castlesteads, Cumbria: a Geophysical Survey of the Vicus’, TCWAAS 3rd Series vol 7, 15-30.

Boughton D, 2016, 50 Finds from Cumbria. Objects from the Portable Antiquities Scheme. Stroud: Amberley.

Bowd C R, 2016, A medieval piscina from the grounds of St. Nicholas Church, Whitehaven, Cumbria, TCWAAS 3rd Series vol 16, 237-240.

Breeze D J, 2008, ‘Civil Government in the North: the Carvetii, Brigantes and Rome’, TCWAAS 3rd Series vol 8, 63-72.

Breeze D J, 2012a, ‘The Civitas Stones and the Building of Hadrian’s Wall’, TCWAAS 3rd Series vol 12, 69-80.

Breeze D J, 2012b, The First Souvenirs: Enamelled Vessels from Hadrian’s Wall. CWAAS Extra Series Volume XXXVII.

Breeze D J, 2014, Hadrian’s Wall: A History of Archaeological Thought. CWAAS, Extra Series Volume XLII.

Breeze D & Woolliscroft D, 2009, Excavation & Survey at Roman Burgh-by-Sands: Excavations by the late Barri Jones and a geophysical survey by English Heritage. CWAAS, CARR volume 1.

Brennan N, 2015, ‘Working on the Railway: the Risehill Tunnel Navvy Camp, Cumbria’, Industrial Archaeology Review 37.2, 99-110.

Brennand M, with Chitty G & Nevell M, 2006, The Archaeology of North West England. An Archaeological Research Framework for North west England: Volume 1. Resource Assessment. Archaeology North West Volume 8.

Brennand M, with Chitty G & Nevell M, 2007, The Archaeology of North West England. An Archaeological Research Framework for North west England: Volume 2. Research Agenda and Strategy. Archaeology North West Volume 9.

Brennand M & Stringer K J, (eds.), 2011, The Making of Carlisle: From Romans to Railways. CWAAS Extra Series Vol XXXV.

Bridge M, 2007, The Conference Centre, Whalley Abbey, Whalley, Lancashire: Tree Ring Analysis of Timbers. English Heritage Research Report Series.

Brooks C M, McCarthy M & Railton M D, 2013, ‘Medieval Ceramics from Shaw’s Wiend, Appleby-in-Westmorland, Cumbria’, TCWAAS 3rd Series vol 13, 73-88.

Brooks G, 2010, ‘An Eighteenth Century Westmorland Colliery’, TCWAAS 3rd Series vol 10, 77-92.

Brooks G, 2013, ‘A Pennine Fox Trap’, TCWAAS 3rd Series vol 13, 260-261.

Brooks G, 2014, ‘Some observations on limekilns in east Cumberland’, TCWAAS 3rd Series vol 14, 307-309.

Brown F, Cook G, Druce D, Huckerby E, Marshall P, Rutherford M & Smith D, 2014, ‘The Excavation and Analysis of a Burnt Mound, Drigg, Cumbria’, TCWAAS 3rd Series vol 14, 9-38.

Brown F & Howard-Davis C, 2008, Norton Priory: Monastery to Museum. Excavations 1970-87. Oxford: Oxford Archaeology North. Lancaster Imprints 16.

Bull S, 2008, The Lancaster Roman Cavalry Stone: Triumphant Rider. Palatine Books.

Bundock E, 2015, The Tisdall Cross, Armathwaite, Cumbria, TCWAAS 3rd Series vol 15, 250-254.

Burn A, Jecock M & Oswald A, 2009, Cockersand Abbey, Thurnham, Lancashire: An Analytical Earthwork Survey. English Heritage Research Report.

Burns A, 2014, The Prehistoric Footprints at Formby: Discover the Footprints on the Sefton Coast and Tale a Glimpse into Prehistoric Britain. Sefton Coast Landscape Partnership Scheme.

 

Caffrey H, 2016, Housing the Munitions Workers: Gretna, Eastriggs and Barrow-in Furness, TCWAAS 3rd Series vol 16, 25-50.

Carrington P, 2011, ‘Roman North West England: Hinterland or ‘Indian County’? It Depends on Precisely Where and When: Review Article’, in Saunders T, (ed.), 2011, Roman North West England: Hinterland of ‘Indian Country’?’. Archaeology North West New Series Volume 2, 105-111.

Caruana I, 2007, ‘The Anglo-Saxon pot in the Senhouse Museum, Maryport’, TCWAAS 3rd Series vol 7, 224-225.

Cherry J & Cherry J, 2007, ‘Seascale Gasworks’, TCWAAS 3rd Series vol 7, 169-178.

Cherry P, (ed.), 2007, Studies in Northern Prehistory. CWAAS Extra Series Vol XXXIII.

Clare T, 2008, ‘A Flake of a Stone Axe from Ash Fell’, TCWAAS 3rd Series vol 8, 241.

Clare T, 2009, ‘A Magical Thing: The Layout of the Long Meg Enclosures’, TCWAAS 3rd Series vol 9, 21-28.

Clare T & Wilkinson D M, 2006, Moor Divock revisited: some new sites, survey and interpretations, TCWAAS 3rd Series vol 6, 1-16.

Clare T, O’Regan H J & Wilkinson Parish D M, 2008, ‘Greenwell’s Lost Barrow “CLXXIV” in Crosby Garrett’, TCWAAS 3rd Series vol 8, 1-18.

Clarke C, 2013, Mapping the Medieval City: Space, Place and Identity in Chester c. 1200-1600. University of Wales.

Clayton J A, 2014, Burnley and Pendle Archaeology. Part One. Ice Age to Early Bronze Age. Barrowford Press.

Clayton J A, 2014, Burnley and Pendle Archaeology. Part Two. Middle Bronze Age to Iron Age. Barrowford Press.

Collins R, 2014, ‘Penannular Brooches from the northern granary at Birdoswald: A reappraisal’, TCWAAS 3rd Series vol 14, 286-291.

Cooper O & Speed G, 2009, ‘II: Town Farm Quarry, Norley, Cheshire’, JCAS 83 13–36.

Cowell R W, 2010, ‘Excavations at Southworth Hall Farm, near Winwick, North Cheshire and the Bronze Age Regional Background’, Journal of the Merseyside Archaeological Society 13, 7-50.

Cracknell P M, 2011, ‘Part of an Eagle Mount from Beckfoot’, TCWAAS 3rd Series vol 11, 227-229.

Cracknell P M, 2013, ‘Three Recent Roman Finds from Burgh-by-Sands, Cumbria’, TCWAAS 3rd Series vol 13, 233-237.

Crawford-Coupe G, 2014, ‘The Promontory Fort at Burton Point’, in Saunders T, (ed.), 2014, Hillforts in the North West and Beyond. Archaeology North West New Series Volume 3, 42-50.

Crosby A, 2008, ‘The Archaeology of Merseyside 1500-1750 –An Historical Overview’, Journal of the Merseyside Archaeological Society 12, 89-96.

Cuttler R, Hewitson C, Krawiec K & Hepburn S, 2012, Gorse Stacks – 2000 years of quarrying and waste disposal in Chester. Oxford; British Archaeological Reports, 563.

 

Davey, P J, 2008a, ‘Merseyside: the archaeological evidence for trade’, Journal of the Merseyside Archaeological Society 12, 161-71

Davey, P J, 2008b, ‘The Merseyside Archaeological Society: A review of the first twenty five years’, Journal of the Merseyside Archaeological Society 12, 1-6

David R, 2013, ‘A Date for Levens Hall Ice-house’, TCWAAS 3rd Series vol 13, 261-264.

Davis E & Davis S B, 2013, Draining the Cumbrian Landscape. CWAAS Research Series volume XI.

Davies SR, Wilkinson D M & Clare T, 2007, ‘Putative ritual deposition of Neolithic stone axes in a wetland context in Cumbria: Refining the narrative using beetle remains’, Journal of Wetland Archaeology 7 (1): 73-81.

Denman D, 2007, ‘An old road to Knott Head from Thornthwaite’, TCWAAS 3rd Series vol 7, 219-223.

Dodd L, Flavel A, Grant F, Shotter D & ward M, 2010, ‘Excavation of a Roman roadside settlement at Stockton Heath, Warrington 2007’, JCAS 81 5–64.

Dodd L, 2011, ‘Investigating crane bases at Crane Wharf, Chester’, JCAS 82 109–13.

Dodd L and others, 2014, ‘Second Wood Street, Nantwich, 2003-4: excavation of a medieval and early post-medieval salt works’, JCAS 84 39-110.

 

Edwards B J N, 2006a, ‘The “caput Carvetiorum” and the putative god of the tribe’, TCWAAS 3rd Series vol 6, 221-226.

Edwards B J N, 2006b, Viking grave goods from Aspatria, TCWAAS 3rd Series vol 6, 240.

Edwards B J M, 2008a, ‘Roman Milestones in North-West England’, TCWAAS 3rd Series vol 8, 73-84.

Edwards, B.J.N, 2008b, ‘Merseyside in the Dark Ages’, Journal of the Merseyside Archaeological Society 12, 61-68.

Edwards B J N & Shotter D C A, 2006, ‘The Langwathby Roman Milestone – a postscript’, TCWAAS 3rd Series vol 6, 235-237.

Edwards J, 2015, ‘2: Lea Manor Farm, Aldford 2013: a Roman rural settlement’, JCAS 85 87-8.

Egan G & Caruana I, 2008, ‘A 17th Century Lead Cloth Seal from Carlisle Cathedral’, TCWAAS 3rd Series vol 8, 254-255.

Elsworth D W, 2006b, ‘A crop-mark enclosure at Trinkeld, near Ulverston’, TCWAAS 3rd Series vol 6, 217-219.

Elsworth D W, 2006b, ‘An early depiction of the Druid’s Circle at Birkrigg’, TCWAAS 3rd Series vol 6, 219-221.

Elsworth D W, 2006c, ‘Carved stone heads from the Furness and Cartmel Peninsulas’, TCWAAS 3rd Series vol 6, 237-240.

Elsworth D W, 2007, ‘The “Streetgate” at Conishead, the “Castellum” at Dalton, and Roman Furness’, TCWAAS 3rd Series vol 7, 31-48.

Elsworth D W, 2013, Low Tide and a Red Horse: St. Cuthbert’s Relics and Morecambe Bay, TCWAAS 3rd Series vol 13, 67-72.

Elsworth D W, 2014, ‘Hillforts around Morecambe Bay’ in Saunders T, (ed.), 2014, Hillforts in the North West and Beyond. Archaeology North West New Series Volume 3, 51-60.

Elsworth D W, 2016, Knockcross, Bowness-on-Solway: Rediscovered but Still Lost, TCWAAS 3rd Series vol 16, 248-252.

Elsworth D W & Mace T, (Eds.), 2015, Aldingham Motte, Cumbria , And Its Environs in the Medieval Period. CWAAS, CARR volume 5.

Elsworth D W & Whitehead S, 2010, ‘The Barrow Steam Corn Mill, 1870-1972’, TCWAAS 3rd Series vol 10, 55-76.

Elsworth D W, Whitehead S & Dawson J, 2011, ‘Results of an Archaeological Watching Brief to the Rear of 3 Castle Street, Kendal and a Consideration of the Development of Wildman Street’, TCWAAS 3rd Series vol 11, 239-247.

Evans H, 2008, Neolithic & Bronze Age landscapes of Cumbria. Oxford: Archaeopress, British Archaeological Reports, British Series 463.

 

Farr S J, 2008, ‘The Archaeology of Merseyside 1500-1750 – Summary’, Journal of the Merseyside Archaeological Society 12, 172-73.

Faulkner B M, 2010, ‘An analysis of three 19th-century pictures of the Calderstones’, Journal of the Merseyside Archaeological Society 13, 68-76.

Fell D, 2009, ‘Analytical Earthwork Survey of a Hillfort near Whitley Crag, Asby, Cumbria’, TCWAAS 3rd Series vol 9, 5-20.

Fletcher M, 2008, ‘Old Mill, Congleton, Cheshire – Brindley’s Grand Design?’ Industrial Archaeology Review 30.1, 49-70.

Ford N, 2014, ‘An irregular Roman nummus from Temple Sowerby’, TCWAAS 3rd Series vol 14, 275-279.

 

Garner D, 2007, The Neolithic and Bronze Age Settlement at Oversley Farm, StyaL, Cheshire. Excavations in Advance of Manchester Airport’s Second Runway, 1997-8. Oxford: Gifford Archaeological Monographs Number One.

Garner D, 2008, Excavations at Chester, 25 Bridge Street 2001. Two thousand years of urban life in microcosm. Chester: Chester Archaeological Excavation & Survey Report 14.

Garner D, 2012, Hillforts of the Cheshire Sandstone Ridge. Cheshire West & Chester.

Garner D, 2014a, ‘Helsby Hill to Maiden Castle: Prehistoric Forts of the Cheshire Ridge’, in Saunders T, (ed.), 2014, Hillforts in the North West and Beyond. Archaeology North West New Series Volume 3, 28-41.

Garner D, 2014b, ‘A Tour of Eddisbury Hillfort and its Environs’ in Saunders T, (ed.), 2014, Hillforts in the North West and Beyond. Archaeology North West New Series Volume 3, 75-85.

Garner D, 2016, Hillforts of the Cheshire Ridge. Oxford: Archaeopress Archaeology.

Garner D & Reid M, 2013, ‘Roman Middlewich: reassessing its form, function and chronology’, JCAS 83 37–93.

Garratt R, 2009, Dig Greater Manchester: Moston Hall. Community Excavations 2003 to 2005. Manchester: University of Manchester Archaeological Unit.

Gethin B & Toller H, 2014, ‘The Roman Marching Camp and Road at Loups Fell, Tebay’, Britannia vol 45, 1-10.

George D & Nevell M, 2014, ‘Revisiting the Iconic: the Excavation of the Reel Fitz Pit Engine and the Newcomen Steam engine in Cumberland, UK’, Industrial Archaeology Review 36.2 (November 2014).

Giles C, 2008, Building a Better Society. Liverpool’s Historic Institutional Buildings. Informed Conservation Series. Swindon: English Heritage.

Graham-Campbell J, 2011, The Cuerdale Hoard and related Viking-age Silver and Gold from Britain and Ireland in the British Museum. London: British Museum Research Paper.

Graham-Campbell J & Philpott R, 2009, The Huxley Viking hoard. Scandinavian Settlement in the North West. Dorset: National Museums Liverpool.

Gregory, R. 2007 Roman Manchester. Oxford: Oxbow Books.

Gregory R A, 2015, ‘Excavation at Millfield Lane, Ashton in Makerfield, Merseyside’, Journal of the Merseyside Archaeological Society 15, 95-116.

Gregory R & Miller I, 2013, Greater Manchester’s Past Revealed 10. Uncovering the estate: The Archaeology of Dunham Massey. Lancaster: Oxford Archaeology North.

Gregory R & Miller I, 2015, Greater Manchester’s Past Revealed 13. Greengate. The Archaeologic of Salford’s Historic Core. Lancaster: Oxford Archaeology North.

Gregory R A, Raynor C, Adams M, Philpott R, Howard-Davis C, Johnson N, Hughes V & Higgins D A, 2014, Archaeology at the Waterfront: 1. Investigating Liverpool’s Historic Docks, Lancaster Imprints 23, Oxford Archaeology North, Lancaster.

Greene P, 2010, Norton Priory: The Archaeology of a Medieval Religious House. Cambridge University Press.

Griffiths D., Philpott R. A and Egan G. 2007 Meols: The Archaeology of the North Wirral Coast: Discoveries and observations in the 19th and 20th centuries, with a catalogue of collections, Oxford University School of Archaeology Monograph 68, Institute of Archaeology, Oxford University.

Grimsditch B, Nevell M & Nevell R, 2012, Buckton Castle and the Castles of North West England. Loughborough: University of Salford Archaeological Monographs 2.

Grindey, C Newman, P Oswald, A & Went D 2008 Force Crag Mine, Cumbria: An Archaeological Survey and Investigation of the High Force Working. English Heritage Research Report 21/2008.

Grundy J, 2015, ‘Dairy Cattle Housing in Lancashire, Seventeenth to Twenty-first Centuries’ Vernacular Architecture Vol 46, 26-39.

 

Hamilton W D, Bayliss A, Menuge A, Ramsey C B, Cook G, 2007, ‘Rev Thomas Bayes: Get Ready to Wiggle -Bayesian Modelling, Radiocarbon Wiggle-Matching, and the North Wing of Baguley Hall’, Vernacular Architecture 38, 87-97.

Hardwick I, 2014, NAIS Upland Pilot, Burton-in-Kendal and Dalton, Cumbria and Lancashire: An Archaeological Landscape Investigation. English Heritage Research Report 10/2014.

Hardwick I, Linford N T, Linford P K & Payne A W, 2013, Lakes and Dales NAIS, Kitridding Hill, Lupton, Cumbria: Report on Geophysical Surveys, July 2013. English Heritage Research Report  56/2013.

Hayes L, 2008, ‘Excavations at the former Rylands garage site, City Road, Chester’, J Chester Archaeol Soc 82, 99-138.

Hayes L, 2014, Greater Manchester’s Past Revealed 11. Iron and Steel in Openshaw. Excavating John Ashbury’s Carriage and Iron Works. Lancaster: Oxford Archaeology North.

Hawes D & Saunders t, 2011, ‘A tour of Roman Ribchester’ in Saunders T, (ed.), 2011, Roman North West England: Hinterland of ‘Indian Country’?’. Archaeology North West New Series Volume 2, 133-140.

Hawkins H, 2009, ‘The Chapel at Keld, Shap’, TCWAAS 3rd Series vol 9, 69-90.

Hawkins H, 2013, ‘A broken quern topstone from Lowther Park’, TCWAAS 3rd Series vol 13, 254-255.

Hearle J, (ed.), 2011, Mellor Through the Ages. Times of importance and times of obscurity. Loughborough: Mellor Archaeological Trust.

Hearle J, Nevell M & Thompson A, 2014, ‘Mellor: Late Bronze age to late Roman Settlement Activity in an Upland Context’ in Saunders T, (ed.), 2014, Hillforts in the North West and Beyond. Archaeology North West New Series Volume 3, 65-74.

Hebgin-Barnes P, 2009, The Medieval Stained Glass of Lancashire (Corpus Vitrearum Medii Aevi, Great Britain). Oxford: OUP & British Academy.

Hebgin-Barnes P, 2010, The Medieval Stained Glass of Cheshire (Corpus Vitrearum Medii Aevi, Great Britain). Oxford: OUP & British Academy.

Hewitson C, 2015, The Open Pan. The Archaeology and History of the Lion Salt Works. Chester: Lion Salt Works Monographs 6.

Hewitson C & Scruby A, 2008, ‘The development of the waterfront on the River Dee: excavations at New Crane Street, Chester’, JCAS 82 21–66.

Higgins D A, 2008, ‘Merseyside Clay Tobacco Pipes’, Journal of the Merseyside Archaeological Society 12, 125-60.

Hoaen A W, & Loney H L, 2010, ‘Excavations of Iron Age and Roman Iron Age levels at a settlement in Glencoyne Park, Ullswater, Cumbria’, TCWAAS 3rd Series vol 10, 93-102.

Hodgson N & McKelvey J, 2006, An excavation on Hadrian’s Wall at Hare Hill, wall mile 53, Cumbria, TCWAAS 3rd Series vol 6, 45-60.

Holden R, 2012, ‘Concrete Filler-Joist Floors and the development of Lancashire Cotton Spinning Mills’, Industrial Archaeology Review 34.2, 115-136.

Rose M with Falconer K & Holder J, 2011, Ancoats. Cradle of Industrialisation. Informed Conservation Series. Swindon: English Heritage.

Hood S, 2012, ‘The Great Cumbrian Stone Circles, their Environs and the Moon’, TCWAAS 3rd Series vol 12, 3-20.

Hope D G, 2011, ‘Whatever Happened to Inglewood Forest? Landscape and Settlement Evolution in Inglewood Forest since Medieval Times’, TCWAAS 3rd Series vol 11, 149-164.

Howard R E & Arnold A J, 2015, Clifton Tower, Clifton, Near Penrith, Cumbria: Tree-Ring Analysis of Timbers. Historic England Research Report Series

Hughes R, 2006, Millom: an industrial colony 1860-1875, TCWAAS 3rd Series vol 6, 163-176.

Hunt A & Oswald A 2006 Scordale, Cumbria: An Archaeological Survey and Investigation of a Bronze Age Field System and Dispersed Settlement. English Heritage Research Report  78/2006.

Huntley J P, 2010, A Review of Wood and Charcoal Recovered from Archaeological Excavations in Northern England. English Heritage Research Report 68/2010.

Huntley J P, 2011, Alston Moor Miner-Farmer Landscape: Palaeoenvironmental Assessment. English Heritage Research Report 71/2011.

 

Iles P, 2009, ‘Lancashire Extensive Urban Survey’, in Saunders T, (ed.), 2009, Surveys, Excavations and Burgage Plots. Recent Work on the Medieval Towns of North West England. Archaeology North West New Series Volume 1, 10-18.

Iles P, 2011, ‘The Roman site at Walton-le-Dale’, Saunders T, (ed.), 2011, Roman North West England: Hinterland of ‘Indian Country’?’. Archaeology North West New Series Volume 2, 37-47.

Iles P & Shotter D, (eds), 2009, Lancaster’s Roman Cemeteries. Lancaster: Centre for North-West Regional Studies.

Innes J B & Tomlinson P R, 2008, ‘A Paleoenvironmental view of the Merseyside Area’, Journal of the Merseyside Archaeological Society 12, 7-26.

 

Jackson D, 2016, ‘Neolithic to Romano-British Occupation at Durranhill, Carlisle: Archaeological Investigations 1997-8 and 2011’, TCWAAS 3rd Series vol 16, 145-176.

Jackson D, O’Meara D & Stoakley M, 2015, ‘Land at Low Crosby, Cumbria: Results of an Archaeological Watching Brief’, TCWAAS 3rd Series vol 15, 29-44.

James R, 2006, ‘A Bronze Age enclosure and cremation cemetery at Leacet Hill, Brougham’, TCWAAS 3rd Series vol 6, 27-44.

James R E, 2010, ‘Possible use of logboats in the area between Ince Blundell and Formby in the early Bronze Age (c. 1600 B.C.)’, Journal of the Merseyside Archaeological Society 13, 96-104.

Jennings N, 2007, ‘Croft Cottage, a newly discovered true longhouse’, TCWAAS 3rd Series vol 7, 228-231.

Jennings N, 2008a, ‘Croft Cottage Dendro-dated’, TCWAAS 3rd Series vol 8, 254.

Jennings N, 2008b, ‘An account for repairs to clay dabbin, Ancient Monuments Soc Trans 52, 65-70.

Jennings N, 2011, ‘Bewcastle’s waterside inns’, Ancient Monuments Soc Trans 55, 53-75.

Jennings N & Messenger P, 2007, ‘Unusual boundary markers’, TCWAAS 3rd Series vol 7, 231-234.

Jennings N & Messenger P, 2011, ‘Tree-ring Dating of Buildings on the Solway Plain’, TCWAAS 3rd Series vol 11, 247.

Jessop L & Whitfield M, 2010, The Parish of Alston Moor, Cumbria: Historic Area Assessment. English Heritage Research Report 64/2010.

Jessop L, Whitfield M & Davison A, 2013, Alston Moor, Cumbria. Buildings in a North Pennine Landscape. Informed Conservation Series. Swindon: English Heritage.

Johnson D S, 2013, ‘Lime Burning and the Uses of Lime in the Historic County of Westmorland and Along the Pennine Edge of Cumberland’, TCWAAS 3rd Series vol 13, 191-214.

Johnson M & Anderson S, 2008, ‘Excavation of two Romano-British Pottery Kilns and Associated Structures, Fisher Street, Carlisle’, TCWAAS 3rd Series vol 8, 19-36.

Johnson M, Croom A, Hartley K & McBride R, 2012, ‘Two Flavian to early Antonine Romano-British pottery kilns at 7a Fisher Street, Carlisle’, Journal of Roman Pottery Studies 15: 96-139.

Joy J, 2009, Lindow Man. London: The British Museum Press.

 

Keevil G Caruana I & Weston D, (eds), 2008, ‘Excavations at Carlisle Cathedral in 1985’, TCWAAS 3rd Series vol 8, 37-62.

King C, 2015a, ‘Speke Hall – an Introduction’, Journal of the Merseyside Archaeological Society 15, 1-2.

King C, 2015b, ’An Archaeological Evaluation in the New Orchard, Speke Hall, Merseyside, September 2009’, Journal of the Merseyside Archaeological Society 15, 63-75.

Kirby M, 2010, ‘Excavation of a Roman Ditched Enclosure and Field System Adjacent to Vallum House Hotel, Burgh Road, Carlisle’, TCWAAS 3rd Series vol 10, 103-118.

Knight D, Oakey M, Radford S, 2012, Alston Moor, North Pennines, Miner-Farmer landscapes of the North Pennines AONB NMP: Aerial Investigation and Mapping Report. English Heritage Research Report 4/2012.

 

Lageard J G A & Drew I B, 2015, ‘Evaporating Legacies: Industrial Heritage and Salt in Cheshire, UK’, Industrial Archaeology Review 37.1, 48-61.

Laughton J, 2008, Life in a Late Medieval City: Chester, 1275-1520. Windgather Press.

Leah M, 2014, ‘Oakhanger Farm, Haslington, Cheshire: summary recording of the eighteenth-century hall’, JCAS 84 129-35.

Leah M & Edwards J, 2015, ‘Cheshire past in 2014 Part 1: sites investigated’, JCAS 85 89-97.

Leech R & Gregory R, 2012, Cockermouth, Cumbria Archaeological Investigation of three Burgage Plots in Main Street. CWAAS, CARR volume 3.

Lewis J, 2015, ‘The Home Farm, Speke Hall: an archaeological survey 1993’, Journal of the Merseyside Archaeological Society 15, 51-62.

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Lewis J & Stanistreet J E, (eds), 2008, Sand and Sea: Sefton’s Coastal Heritage. Archaeology, History and Environment of a Landscape in North West England. Sefton Council.

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Withey M, 2008, Egerton Buildings, Ramsden Dock Road, Barrow-In-Furness: An Investigation of the Tenement Buildings. English Heritage Research Department Report Series 28.

Winstanley M (ed.) assisted by David R & Whyte I, 2016, Revealing Cumbria’s Past, 150 Years of the Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society. CWAAS Extra Series volume 45.

 

Zant J, 2009, ‘Archaeological Investigations on the A66 at Temple Sowerby 2006-2007’, TCWAAS 3rd Series vol 9, 29-46.

Zant, J, 2015a, Penrith: the Historic Core. CWAAS, CARR volume 6.

Zant J, 2015b, ‘Excavations on a Roman Salt-working Site at Jersey Way, Middlewich’, JCAS 83, 56-153.

Zant J, Quartermaine J & Hodgkinson A, 2013, The distribution of waterlogged deposits in Carlisle. Final report. Oxford Archaeology North & Cumbria County Council https://historicengland.org.uk/images-books/publications/distribution-waterlogged-deposits-carlisle/

Zant J & Town M, 2013, ‘Archaeological Investigations on the Cumbria Institute of the Arts Campus, Stanwix, Carlisle 2004’, TCWAAS 3rd Series vol 13, 57-66.

 

 

Journals and Series Studied:

AMT – Ancient Monument Transactions

ANW – Archaeology North West

Britannia

CARR – CWAAS research series

Greater Manchester’s Past Revealed

Historic England/English Heritage research reports and newsletters

JCAS – Journal of the Chester Archaeological Society

IANW – Industrial Archaeology North West.

IAR – Industrial Archaeology Review

JMAS – Journal of the Merseyside Archaeology Society

Lancaster Imprints

Medieval Archaeology (no articles found)

PMA – Post-Medieval Archaeology

PPS – Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society

TCWAAS – Transactions of the Cumberland and Westmorland Archaeological and Antiquarian Society

VA – Vernacular Architecture

University of Salford Archaeological Monographs

 

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