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Excavations at Portchester Castle.

Barry Cunliffe

Excavations at Portchester Castle.

by Barry Cunliffe

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Published by Society of Antiquaries in [London] .
Written in English


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Statementby Barry Cunliffe and Julian Munby. Folding illustrations.
ContributionsMunby, Julian.
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Open LibraryOL13957876M

Portchester Castle: Archaeological Survey Report May Excavations at Portchester Castle, 4: Medieval, the Inner Bailey. Article. This paperback edition updates and enhances the earlier.   Cunliffe, B () Excavations at Portchester Castle, Vol 1: Roman, Reports of the Research Committee of the Society of Antiquaries of London, Vol XXXII. Series by – Dave Allen, Sarah Gould, Lesley Johnson, Jane King, Peter Stone.

Brief History. The first strange thing about Portchester castle is that no one knows when it was built. For such an important strategic position and being of quite a large design there should be at least some kind of mention about when it was built, however no official documents make any sort of claim to this, though historians have speculated that it was constructed some time during the late. reports of the research committee of the society of antiquaries of london, no. xxxii: excavations at portchester castle, vol. i - roman.: books - 5/5(1).

Portchester Castle, Portsmouth, United Kingdom. 6, likes 3 talking about this 54, were here. Portchester Castle/5(). Tintagel Castle / t ɪ n ˈ t æ dʒ əl / (Cornish: Dintagel) is a medieval fortification located on the peninsula of Tintagel Island adjacent to the village of Tintagel (Travena), North Cornwall in the United Kingdom. The site was possibly occupied in the Romano-British period, as an array of artefacts dating to this period have been found on the peninsula, but as yet no Roman-era structure Controlled by: English Heritage.


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Situated at a strategic point on the south coast of England, Portchester was an important defensive site from the Roman period onwards. This volume reports on extensive excavations at the site in the s and s, and describes Norman additions to the Roman defences, a 12th Century Augustinian priory, and a 16th century naval storehouse.5/5(2).

Portchester Castle (Portchester, England) Excavations (Archaeology) -- England -- Hampshire. Excavations (Archaeology) Excavations at Portchester Castle.

[London]: Society of Antiquaries of London: Distributed by Thames and Hudson, Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Barry W Cunliffe. Find more information. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: ix, pages, [20] folded leaves of plates, 47 unnumbered pages of plates (2 folded.

Portchester Castle is a medieval castle built within a former Roman fort at Portchester to the east of Fareham in the English county of ly founded in the late 11th century, Portchester was a baronial castle taken under royal control in The monarchy controlled the castle for several centuries and it was a favoured hunting lodge of King nates: 50°50′12″N 1°06′47″W / °N.

Excavations at Portchester Castle, Hants, –3. First Interim Report - Volume 43 Issue 2 - Barry CunliffeCited by: 2. : Excavations at Portchester Castle, Vol III: Medieval, the Outer Bailey and its Excavations at Portchester Castle. book (Society of Antiquaries Occasional Papers) (v. 3, ) (): Cunliffe, Barry: BooksAuthor: Barry Cunliffe.

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Portchester Castle stands in a commanding position at the north end of Portsmouth Harbour. The Romans built a huge fort here, which remains the best preserved Roman fort north of the Alps. After the Norman Conquest a castle was built in one corner of the fort, which grew into an impressive royal residence.

Excavations at Portchester Castle Vol IV: Medieval, the Inner Bailey (Research Reports) (Vol 4) Author. Cunliffe, Barry & Munby, Julian.

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Numerous educational institutions recommend us. Portchester Castle From the Train Station it`s about a 20 mins walk to the castle, Through the High Street and just follow Castle Street. English Heritage own the castle so it was £8 per adult (March prices)to get in.

Was met by two lovely ladies who told me all what to do and gave me a /5(). Buy Excavations at Portchester Castle, Vol. 1 1st by Barry Cunliffe (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

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Only 4 left in stock (more on the way). More buying choices £ (26 used & new offers) Excavations at Portchester Castle: Medieval, the Inner Bailey Vol 4 (Research Reports) by Barry Cunliffe | 31 Dec Hardcover.

A major catalogue of finds can be found in B Cunliffe et al, Excavations at Portchester Castle, 5 vols, Society of Antiquaries Research Reports Series (London, –94). The exhibition at the castle tracing the development of the site includes objects from the Roman, Saxon, medieval and post-medieval periods, notably a complete Roman leather.

Excavations at Portchester Castle: Vol Roman. Add to My Bookmarks Export citation. Type Book Author(s) Barry W. Cunliffe Date Publisher Society of Antiquaries of London Pub place [London] Volume Society of Antiquaries of London.

Research Committee. Reports ISBN Details. The monument includes Portchester Castle, situated at the end of a low promontory on the northern shore of Portsmouth Harbour.

Originally constructed as a shore fort in the late Roman period, Portchester was reused in the Saxon period for settlement and, in.

Portchester Castle, Portchester: See reviews, articles, and photos of Portchester Castle, ranked No.1 on Tripadvisor among 4 attractions in Portchester/5(). Situated at a strategic point on the south coast of England, Portchester was an important defensive site from the Roman period onwards.

This volume reports on extensive excavations at the site in the s and s, and describes Norman additions to the Roman defences, a 12th Century Author: Barry Cunliffe.

Research project: Portchester Castle survey project - Dormant - Dormant Currently Active: No. The Portchester Castle survey project was established as a collaboration between the University of Southampton and English Heritage to produce a new survey.

Excavations at Portchester Castle, Hants, – Fourth Interim Report - Volume 52 Issue 1 - Barry Cunliffe, David BakerAuthor: Barry Cunliffe, David Baker. Excavations at Portchester Castle: Saxon v. 2, by Barry Cunliffe,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.4/5(1).

Buy Excavations at Portchester Castle: Roman v. 1, by Barry Cunliffe from Waterstones today! Click and Collect from your local Waterstones Author: Barry Cunliffe.Portchester Castle was originally built by the Romans to serve as a fortified Naval Base.

King Edward later converted the site into a fortified burh and, following the Norman Conquest, a castle was constructed in the north-west corner.

The forces of both Edward III and Henry V departed from the site on their famous continental campaigns but thereafter use of the site declined and by the.Cunliffe, B.W.,'Excavations at Portchester Castle, Hampshire, fourth interim report (3rd- to 19th-century occupation) ' Antiquaries Journal Vol.

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