The Archaeology of Britain: An Introduction from the Upper Palaeolithic to the Industrial Revolution

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Illustrations are indicated by page numbers in italics or by illus where figures are scattered throughout the text.
a
Abbeydale Forge (Sheffield) 286
Aberdeen 215
Aberdulais Falls (W Glam) 287
Abergavenny (Gwent) 211, 214
Abingdon Ashville (Oxon) 120
accessibility, monuments 310-12
Ad Gefrin188
Adam, Robert 269
aerial photography 3, 4
Agricola 138, 141, 143, 149, 153
agriculture:
Neolithic 58-9, 60-1, 62, 74-5;
Early Bronze Age 85, 91;
Later Bronze Age 103, 105, 109, 110;
Iron Age 115-16, 125, 129;
Roman 171-2;
early historic period 181-2;
medieval 247, 254-5;
post-medieval 266, 271, 280, 293;
see also diet, field systems, subsistence
Ahrensburgian industry 31-2
Aldborough (Suffolk) 207
Aldermaston Wharf (Berks) 99
Aldingham (Cumbria) 235
Aldwincle (Northants), enclosure 118
Alfred 176, 180,194, 204
almshouses 276
Alt Chrysal (W Isles) 84
altars, Roman 138, 168
amber 19, 80, 89, 106
Amlwch (Anglesey) 287
Ammianus Marcellinus 138
amphitheatres 161, 162
An Corran (Skye) 43
Ancient Monuments Protection Act 1882298
Anderton boat lift 291,292
Angles 184
animal bone deposits, ritual:
Neolithic 58, 70,71, 74;
Early Bronze Age 87, 89;
Later Bronze Age 101, 109
animal husbandry see agriculture
antler-working:
Upper Palaeolithic 16-17, 21;
Mesolithic 41-2,43, 45, 50;
see also bone-working
Antonine Wall 136, 149, 151,152, 153
Antoninus Pius 152, 155
Arbury Camp (Cambs) 121
archaeological resource:
defined 300-2;
management of 297-300, 304-13;
value of 302-4
archaeological theory 5-7
ard agriculture 61, 91
Ardoch (Perths) 146,147
Areas of Archaeological Importance 307
army, Roman see Roman army
Arnol (Lewis) 267
art:
Upper Palaeolithic 23,24, 28, 32;
Mesolithic 42,43, 44;
Iron Age 128, 131;
Roman 174;
early historic period 184, 190-1, 196;
see also sculpture
Arthur 178, 180-1
artillery emplacements 1, 2,234, 269
Ashgrove (Fife) 81
astronomical theories 92
Atkinson, R.J.C. 61
Aubrey, John 298
Augustine, St 188
Aulus Plautius 136
Avebury (Wilts):
Neolithic period 60, 72-3, 74;
Bronze Age period 90;
communications study 262;
World Heritage Site designation 306
Aveline’s Hole (Som) 43-4
Avington VI (Berks) 30
axes:
Mesolithic 38;
Neolithic 59, 64, 65-6, 71;
Early Bronze Age 78, 80,83, 92;
Later Bronze
Age 107
Aylesford (Kent) 124

b
Badbury Rings (Dorset) 310
Bagendon (Glos) 122
Baldock (Herts) 120, 123, 124
Balfarg (Fife) 62, 73
Balladoole (Isle of Man) 198, 199,200
Ballateare (Isle of Man) 198

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