4 edition of West Yorkshire, an archaeological survey to A.D. 1500 found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographies and indexes.
|Statement||[edited by M.L. Faull and S.A. Moorhouse].|
|Contributions||Faull, M. L., Moorhouse, S. A.|
|LC Classifications||DA670.W498 W46 1981|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||4 v. (xvi, 1012 p.) :|
|Number of Pages||1012|
|LC Control Number||85171146|
Books and journals Michelmore, DJH, West Yorkshire: an Archaeological Survey to AD , () Other Moorhouse, S.A., Report of Watching Brief of RTZ site at Rougemont, , Typescript in SMR Note on PRN file, Yarwood, R, PRN 6 Rougemont Castle, Typescript in SMR, Crowther, C, Rougemont, () Typescript in SMR, Taylor, F.J., Report on the. Creighton, O.H., , Castles and Landscapes: An Archaeological Survey of Yorkshire and the East Midlands (PhD Thesis University of Leicester) p. , , online copy Most of the sites or buildings recorded in this web site are NOT open to the public and permission to visit a site must always be sought from the landowner or tenant.
Boughey, K J; Vickerman, E A. Prehistoric rock art of the West Riding: cup-and-ring-marked rocks of the valleys of the Aire, Wharfe, Washburn and Nidd. West Yorkshire Joint Services, Faull, M L; Moorhouse, S A. West Yorkshire: an Archaeological Survey to A.D. The rural medieval landscape. West Yorkshire Metropolitan County Council. Burgh-Wallis A pedigree for the Waleys, or Wallis', or Burgh-Wallis was published in Baronia anglica concentrata, volume 2, p. , by Thomas Christopher Banks, Early charters of the family are included in various works, including West Yorkshire, an Archaeological Survey to A.D.
This checklist contains the avian species that have been noted at the Gordon Natural Area (West Chester University, West Chester, PA). Initial data are from the site-wide survey conducted in This is the collections page of The Yorkshire Archaeological & Historical Society, until recently known as the Yorkshire Archaeological Society. Since we have published the Yorkshire Archaeological Journal and other works dealing with the history and archaeology of the ancient county of Yorkshire, and we continue to do so.
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West Yorkshire: An Archaeological Survey to A.D. was edited by M.L. Faull and S.A. Moorhouse, and published in four volumes in by West Yorkshire Metropolitan County Council.
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A collection of results and analysis from detailed archaeological surveys of West Yorkshire. 'West Yorkshire: an Archaeological Survey to A.D. Vol 4 contains the maps.
West Yorkshire Metropolitan County Council, Note: Vols contain essays on historical, geographical and cartographical matters. They are held by the PRO Library Date: to It contains information on all known archaeological sites, historic buildings, find-spots and historic landscapes within West Yorkshire, ranging from finds of flint tools left by our ancest years ago to Cold War sites of the late 20th century.
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The History of Morley Old Chapel – Rev. James Wonnacott, West Yorkshire: an Archaeological Survey to A.D. Morley Local History Society Yearbook articles – Volumes M.
Faull and S. Moorhouse (eds), West Yorkshire: an Archaeological Survey to A.D. (Wakefield, ) This invaluable source is published in three volumes with a pagination from 1 to 1, Books.
Emery, Anthony,Greater Medieval Houses of England and Wales Vol. 1 Northern England (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press) p. Faull, M.L. and Moorhouse, S.A.,West Yorkshire Archaeological Survey to AD (West Yorkshire Metropolitan County Council) Vol. 2 Bogg, E.,Round About Leeds and the Old Villages in Elmete.
West Yorkshire, an archaeological survey to A.D. Wakefield: West Yorkshire Metropolitan County Council, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: M L Faull; S A Moorhouse.
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L.; Moorhouse, S. (eds.)] on *FREE* shipping Author: S. (eds.) Faull, M. L.; Moorhouse. Early medieval polities in Upper Swaledale (North Yorkshire), Landscape hist 17 – Fleming, A., Early roads to the Swaledale lead mines, Yorkshire archaeological jour 89 – Within 1km to the south is the village of Bradwell, with the settlement of Brough-on-Noe a similar distance to the north.
As well as forming a line of demarcation across the valleys, it also stands across a ridge at the eastern end of the earthwork and, to the west, incorporates a natural knoll known as Mich Low.
The Yorkshire Archaeological and Historical Society was established in to examine, preserve and illustrate the history of Yorkshire. The aims and objects of the society begin with: “The examination, preservation and illustration of the History, Architecture, Antiquities, Manners, Customs, Arts and Traditions of the county of York ”.
The translations here are from Domesday for Yorkshire, Skaife (, ) published in several parts in vols 13 and 14 of the Yorkshire Archaeological Journal. This translation is the one favoured by Faull, M.L. and Morehouse, S.A. (, West Yorkshire: an Archaeological Survey to A.D.
). Skaife leaves the place names in the original and.Laid in the second year of King Richard II A.D. Published in The Poll Tax returns for the West Riding of Yorkshire. The returns are arranged by wapentake, then sub-divided into towns and villages. Many hundreds of names of men and women are listed.
An excellent resource for family historians with Yorkshire ancestors. Machine.West Yorkshire Metropolitan County Council, West Yorkshire: An Archaeological Survey to A.D (Wakefield, ) p 7. John Cummins, The Hound and The Hawk - .