Pre-Roman and Roman Winchester - Vol. 2

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LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS

BOLD numbers (e.g. 395) designate significant Lankhills objects (cf. p. 12). These objects are listed in Concordance II (pp. 437-49).

Places are referred to as far as possible by their generally accepted names, with their administrative locations or country in brackets. British places are located by pre-1974 county, French places by départment, West German sites by Land, and places elsewhere by country alone. The locations of English places mentioned in sections 1 and 2 of Part IV are shown on Fig. 104.

Other abbreviations used are as follows:

AA Archaeologia Aeliana
Acta Arch Hung Acta Archaeologica Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae
Antiq J Antiquaries Journal
Arch Cant Archaeologia Cantiana
Arch J Archaeological Journal
ASAN Annales de la société archéologique de Namur
BM British Museum
BM Guide Guide to the Antiquities of Roman Britain ( The British Museum, London, 1922 and
1951)
BMNH British Museum (Natural History)
BRGK Bericht der Römisch-Germanischen Kommission
CBA Council for British Archaeology
CK R. A. G. Carson, P. V. Hill, and J. P. C. Kent, Late Roman Bronze Coinage, part I
( London, 1960)
Diss Arch GandDissertationes Archaeologicae Gandenses
Dorset II, 3 Royal Commission on Historical Monuments (England), "An Inventory of Historical
Monuments in the County of Dorset", ii, South-east, Part 3 ( London, 1970)
Eburacum Royal Commission on Historical Monuments, England, "An Inventory of the
Historical Monuments in the City of York", i, Eburacum ( London, 1962)
Hants Chron Hampshire Chronicle
HK R. A. G. Carson, P. V. Hill, and J. P. C. Kent, Late Roman Bronze Coinage, Part
II ( London, 1960)
JBAA Journal of the British Archaeological Association
JRGZM Jahrbuch des Römisch-Germanischen Zentralmuseums, Mainz
JRS Journal of Roman Studies
London in Roman Times London Museum Catalogue: 3. London in Roman Times ( London, 1930)
Med Arch Medieval Archaeology
NMR The National Monuments Record (at Fortress House, Savile Row, London, W.1.)
Not. Dig. Occ. Notitia Dignitatum in partibus Occidentis (Notitia Dignitatum, ed. Otto Seeck
( Berlin, 1876), 103-225)
PCAS Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society
PDNHAS Proceedings of the Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Author's Preface vii
  • Contents ix
  • List of Figures xvii
  • List of Tables xxi
  • List of Abbreviations xxiii
  • Introduction li
  • Part I - The Excavation 1
  • 1 - Circumstances of Excavation 1
  • 2 - Archaeological Background 4
  • 3 - General Character of the Excavation 12
  • 4 - The Graves *
  • 5 - Other Features 96
  • Part II - Analysis 111
  • 1 - Introduction 111
  • 2 - Chronology 113
  • 3 - Age and Sex 123
  • 4 - Cremations 128
  • 5 - Inhumations: The Grave 131
  • 6 - Inhumations: The Grave-Furniture 145
  • 7 - Cemetery Organisation 183
  • Part III - The Finds 201
  • 1: Introduction 201
  • 2 - Coins 202
  • 3 - Pewter Vessels 206
  • 4 - Glass Vessels 209
  • 5 - Pottery Vessels 221
  • 6 - Animal Remains 239
  • 7 - Equipment 246
  • 8 - Cross-Bow Brooches 257
  • 9 - Belts and Belt-Fittings 264
  • 10 - Beads and Necklaces 292
  • 11 - Bracelets 301
  • 12 - Other Personal Ornaments 315
  • 13 - Hobnails and Footwear 322
  • 14 - Miscellaneous Objects 326
  • 15 - Textile Remains 329
  • 16 - Coffin-Nails, Coffin-Fittings, and Coffins 332
  • 17 - Human Skeletons: Preliminary Reports 342
  • 18 - Economic Conclusions 345
  • Part IV - Discussion 347
  • 1 - Late Romano-British Burial Practice 347
  • 2 - Foreign Elements 377
  • 3 - Religion 404
  • Concordances 434
  • Addenda 451
  • Index of Sites 517
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