archaeological survey of the parish of Wharram Percy, East Yorkshire

by Colin Hayfield

Publisher: B.A.R. in Oxford, England

Written in English
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Places:

  • Wharram Percy (England),
  • England,
  • Wharram Percy.

Subjects:

  • Excavations (Archaeology) -- England -- Wharram Percy.,
  • Wharram Percy (England) -- Antiquities.

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 202-205).

StatementColin Hayfield.
SeriesBAR British series ;, 172, Wharram, a study of settlement on the Yorkshire Wolds ;, v. 5
Classifications
LC ClassificationsDA690.W5654 W48 1979 vol. 5
The Physical Object
Paginationv. <1 > :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1929251M
ISBN 10086054463X
LC Control Number90144031

Bibliography for The English Landscape BETA. Back to list English Heritage book of Fountains Abbey. London: Batsford/English Heritage. Coppack, G. and Fujita, M. (a) English Heritage book of An archaeological survey of the parish of Wharram Percy, East Yorkshire. Oxford: B.A.R. Hewett, C. A. () Church carpentry: a. Jan 22,  · Posted in deserted medieval village of east yorkshire Tagged east yorkshire, irlsey, north yorkshire, percy, st martins, wharram, wharram percy Wauldby, East Yorkshire – Parish of Welton Feb 26, Aug 25, irlsey 3 Comments. Yorkshire Archaeological Journal. Volume 46 of the Yorkshire Archaeological Journal was published in Contents. Excavations of Three Round Barrows on Etton Wold, East Riding of Yorkshire — D. Coombs; The Prehistory of the Vale of York — J. Radley; Ecological Investigations at a Romano-British Earthwork in the Yorkshire Pennines — H.M. Tinsley and R.T. Smith. The archaeology of Wharram Percy reveals life in a medieval village – from medieval houses to the health and life expectancy of medieval peasants Excavations at Wharram Percy have revealed many details about the life of the village. The village developed from a prehistoric settlement into a fully fledged Norman village before being abandoned in [ ].

Colin Hayfield is the author of Humberside Medieval Pottery ( avg rating, 1 rating, 0 reviews, published ), Birdsall Estate remembered ( avg r /5(2). Jun 07,  · For this month’s contribution to the ‘great excavations’ mini-series, I turn to perhaps the greatest project in medieval archaeology: Wharram Percy. This archaeological site used to be as close to a household name as any in England, its importance drummed into generations of children by their history O- and A-levels. Nowadays, it is less well known, medieval archaeology being, alas Author: Joe Flatman. Location. As a ceremonial county, the East Riding of Yorkshire borders North Yorkshire, South Yorkshire and Lincolnshire, and includes the city of Kingston upon Hull, which is a separate unitary okto-atelier.com a district it borders North East Lincolnshire (over the Humber estuary), North Lincolnshire (over the Humber and on land), Hull, Doncaster, Selby, York, Ryedale and Scarborough. Jan 02,  · An archaeological survey of the Parish of Wharram Percy, East Yorkshire. I: The evolution of the Roman landscape (British Archaeological Reports British Series ). Oxford: British Archaeological okto-atelier.com by: 8.

MEMBERSHIP IN THE ARCHAEOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF AMERICA THE JOURNAL OF THE ARCHAEOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF AMERICA EDITORS FRED S. KLEINER, Editor-in-Chief W., Rev. of Hayfield, An Archaeological Survey of the Parish of Wharram Percy, East Yorkshire 1. The Evolution of the Roman Landscape Biers, J.C., Rev. of Broise and Scheid. The Yorkshire Archaeological Society, Leeds, Yorkshire, First Edition. Softcover. Very Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Contents include: Excavations of Three Round Barrows on Etton Wold, East Ridings of Yorkshire; The Prehistory of the Vale of. list of books about topic: Europe. 2.) Jahre Römer in Westfalen Philipp von Zabern Verlag, [hardback] [German]; 3.) Jahre Kultur und Geschichte in Nassau Helmut Eisenlohr (author), Bernhard Pinsker (author), Wiesbaden Verein für Nassauische . East Yorkshire Family History Society, Kingston upon Hull. likes. This is the official page for the EYFHS. just South of Hornsea in the East Riding of Yorkshire and ab See more at okto-atelier.com On 9th December , half of the tower of St Martin’s Church, Wharram Percy, collapsed in a storm, 10 years after the last service held 5/5(3).

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Wrathmell (ed.) Wharram. A Study of Settlement on the Yorkshire Wolds, XIII. A Study of Settlement on the Yorkshire Wolds, XIII.

A History of Wharram Percy and Its Neighbours: Wharram Percy is a significant English DMV, although there are remains of others in a similarly good state of preservation.

The earthworks of the village have been known for many years, and outlines of house platforms were drawn onto the first Ordnance Survey six-inch maps of Yorkshire published. Wharram Percy: the memorial stones of the churchyard () v.

Wharram Percy: the Church of St Martin () v. Two Roman villas at Wharram Le Street () v. An archaeological survey of the parish of Wharram Percy, East Yorkshire.

The evolution of the Roman landscape () v. History of Wharram Percy Deserted Medieval Village. The village of Wharram Percy, in the Yorkshire Wolds, was continuously occupied for about years.

Probably founded in the 9th or 10th century, it flourished between the 12th and early 14th centuries, when members of the noble Percy family lived in the village. Vol. V An Archaeological Survey of the Parish of Wharram Percy, East Yorkshire.

The Evolution of the Roman Landscape. British Archaeological Reports, British Series Associated Publication: Wrathmell, S (ed) Wharram: A Study of Settlement on the Yorkshire okto-atelier.com III Wharram Percy: The Church of St Martin.

The excavations have been published in a series of 13 volumes – see the Bibliography below. Wharram Percy was mentioned in the Domesday Book, paid an average amount in and 30 people were taxed in A record of tenant holdings from also records 30 farmhouses and cottages in the village.

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1, The Evolution of the Roman Landscape, Br. Archaeol. Rep. Ser. Hayfield, C. and Wagner, P. 'From Dolines to Dewponds: a study of water supplies on the Yorkshire Wolds', Landscape History 17, 49. Yorkshire Parish Registers Series The Yorkshire Parish Register Society was founded in and became a publishing section of the Yorkshire Archaeological Society in The aim was to transcribe and to publish at least one volume of an original parish register every year.

The archaeological investigation into deserted medieval villages of eastern Yorkshire The Harrying of the North in –70 took place in east Yorkshire, meaning there is clearer evidence of redeveloped village plans (Richards ; Sheppard9–10; an example of this can be found in the Wharram Percy parish, where Burdale.

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The final volume in the series Wharram: A Study of Settlement on the Yorkshire Wolds charts the history of Wharram Percy from later prehistoric times down to the 16th century. The first part of the volume summarises the excavation programme and discusses key influences on the methods and techniques adopted at Wharram.

Oswald, A, Wharram Percy Deserted Medieval Village, North Yorkshire: Archaeological Investigation and Survey, English Heritage Archaeological Investigation Report AI/19/ () [a revised and abridged version, excluding some of the post-medieval sections, is included in Wharram XIII, listed below] Wharram Percy Report Series.

Hayfield, C. An Archaeological Survey of the Parish of Wharram Percy, East Yorkshire. 1, The Evolution of the Roman Landscape, British Archaeological Reports (British Series) Oxford.

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Today the ruined village of Wharram Percy is part of the parish of Wharram Percy with Wharram le Street in the benefice of Weaverthorpe with Helperthorpe, Luttons Ambo, and Kirby Grindalythe. The nave of St Martin’s was reroofed in the s and the village and church is.

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