2 edition of Post-glacial deposits at Apethorpe, Northamptonshire. found in the catalog.
Post-glacial deposits at Apethorpe, Northamptonshire.
Written in English
Offprint from: Proceedings of the Malacological Society.
|Contributions||Lambert, Camilla A.|
Site of a Roman courtyard villa discovered in , in all about ft by ft. Principal block on north side with hypocausts, geometric mosaics, etc. Baths at S end of E wing, well in middle of courtyard. We have amazing new houses in Laundry Road, Apethorpe, Peterborough PE8. Pick yours! Get access to the new build houses from the UK's top developers.
Explore our map by theme or search by place to find heritage sites to visit in Northamptonshire. 1. Enter your postcode or find a parish on the drop down list and click ‘GO’. 2. Click the gold button above ‘Select Layers’ and tick the boxes you want to display. Quaternary deposits overlie an irregular rockhead erosion surface with deep scouring particularly evident on prominent bends in the valley. et al. ) 22 Apethorpe, Northamptonshire (Sparks.
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Apethorpe Hall is the splendid seat of the Earl of Westmorcland, has a statue of James I., and was the place where that monarch first met his favourite Villiers.
The living is a vicarage, united to Woodnewton, in the diocese of Peterborough; joint net yearly value, £ with residence, in. In the late autumn of gravel-quarrying at Aldwincle, Northants., brought to light a timber bridge of the Roman period. The working face of the gravel-pit fortunately coincided with one side of the bridge, and thereby exposed the structure in section ( by: 5.
1 APETHORPE (Fig. 17) Apethorpe is a parish of hectares in Rockingham Forest, the village lying near Willow Brook. It incorporates the former village of Hale, mentioned in Domesday Book and deserted as a result of the Black Death (RCHM, Northants.
I, Apethorpe (4)); institutions to Hale church continued long after depopulation, Northamptonshire. book the. Between the Lincolnshire Wolds and the coast there lies a narrow belt of low-lying land usually referred to as the Lincolnshire marsh.
Within this belt two types of scenery exist. The one, founded on boulder-clay, is characterized by a well-wooded hummocky surface. It occupies a continuous strip of country along the foot of the wolds (Pl. XXX), but its seaward margin is irregularly indented Cited by: Apethorpe Violet Co tage The Stable Chaff The Bungalow Terrace 5 a Pond House Church B R I D G E S T R E E T 4 Sluice GP Co t 2 Michaelmas The Pond Pump Ho House C o t g e Th eByr Tennis Courts House The Old Dairy Apple Tree (dis) 1 (PH) K I N G S C C L I F F E R O A D m Iris 4 H a v e n L a m l a s h The The Coach House Meml 1 M es Co tag.
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Apethorpe, Northamptonshire Click on the map for other historical maps of this place. InJohn Marius Wilson's Imperial Gazetteer of England and Wales described Apethorpe like this: APETHORPE, a parish in Oundle district, Northampton; on an affluent of the river Nen, 3¾ miles W by S of Elton r.
station, and 5 SW of Wansford. It has a. Georgiana Fane's claim on the estate,exist in a British Record Society deposit, ref.
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As work progressed, many exciting discoveries were made underneath floorboards, behind modern wall surfaces, inside ancient roofs, or hiding in plain sight. Every single finding, no matter how small, deepened. The peat overlying the transgression clay at Redbourne Hayes probably dates from Romano‐British times and is—perhaps within rather wide limits—contemporaneous with the upper organic deposits at South Ferriby (where Romano‐British remains were found in situ) at Weston Road, Goole, and at Ingoldmells on the Lincolnshire coast.
Investigations of deposits at the two sites disclose basal stratigraphic sequences characteristic of the Late‐glacial Period of north‐west Europe. The pollen analyses presented confirm that the deposits represent the Late‐glacial Period and extend into the early Post‐glacial. (The periods, which are described as Late‐glacial and Post.
Sparks, B W and Lambert, C A ‘The post-glacial deposits at Apethorpe, Northamptonshire’. Proceedings of the Malacological Society of London 31 Spavold, J (ed) At the Sign of the Bulls Head: A History of Hartshorne and its Enclosure.
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In the valley of the Brook, Apethorpe, Northamptonshire, Sparks and Lambert (–) analysed a series of YD age channel ﬁlls that contained a ﬂora indicative. HOW TO DEPOSIT GUIDELINES FOR DEPOSITORS COSTING CALCULATOR ADS-EASY. Uncovering of a drystone wall at Apethorpe Hall, Northamptonshire: Series.
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