2 edition of Further excavations at Pennocrucium, near Stretton Bridge, 1953-4 found in the catalog.
Further excavations at Pennocrucium, near Stretton Bridge, 1953-4
I. M. Barton
Reprinted from the Trascactions of the Birmingham Archaeological Society, vol.74, 1956.
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Free essays, homework help, flashcards, research papers, book reports, term papers, history, science, politics. The line of the Roman road between Leek and Buxton has yet to be established, but it continued south through Cheddleton, Blythe Bridge, Hilderstone, and Stafford to join Watling Street at Pennocrucium (Stretton, in Penkridge).
Before the s the Leek–Buxton road left the town along Mill Street. 24 1. Shropshire Council HER: Monument Full Report 04/10/ Number of records: Scheduled Monument: A well preserved ringwork (a type of medieval stronghold defended by a. The Thoresby Society Manuscript Catalogue.
Introduction: This catalogue is a substantially expanded version of the Society’s earlier MS catalogue, which was listed on the National Archive Discovery database. that a copy of the book has not been seen and the bibliographical details are therefore uncertain.
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SECTION G GENERAL. The Bridges of Medieval England: Transport and Society (Oxford Historical Monographs) Home ; The Bridges of Medieval England: Transport and Society (Oxford Historical Monographs). Excavation work in uncovered at the site nineteen new graffiti, apparently belonging to a different series.3 Yet another came to light in Hermet dated the graffiti discovered earlier to the period A.D.
(see Hermet, pp. ff.). The Route of the Ashover Light Railway – Stretton to Ashover Butts. Baldwin T ‘Joan’ at Stretton in  Joan heading South from Stretton, (c) M. Earley . South of the Halt at Stretton, the railway travelled for well over a kilometre alongside the main standard-gauge line before it began to bear away from the Midland line towards the west, soon entering the valley.
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Free essays, homework help, flashcards, research papers, book reports, term papers, history, science, politics. Near the point at which Watling Street crosses the s m a l l r i v e r P e n k in S t a f f o r d s h i r e (fig.
3), three f o r t s, S t r e t t o n Mill (A o n f i g. 3) a n d K i n v a s t o n i a n d i i (C) i n a d d i t i o n t o a road-side settlement (D), known by the Latinized name of Pennocrucium, have a l r e a d y come to light short distance further to the west, in digging a pond near the bank, they found, about 2 feet under ground, an urn, containing fragments.
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