Archaeology Festival

Archaeology Festival

To celebrate the 2021 Festival of Archaeology and its theme of exploring local places, we’re bringing you these special offers on our British Archaeology collection to help you discover the stories hidden under your streets every day. As well as pre-publication discounts of 20% on our forthcoming books when you pre-order, you can get 20% off new and recent titles listed here by applying the voucher code LOCAL21 to your basket until July 31st.

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  1. Silchester Revealed

    Silchester Revealed: The Iron Age and Roman Town of Calleva [Paperback]

    Michael Fulford (Author)

    £16.99

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    ISBN: 9781911188834
    Published by : Windgather Press
    With its apparently complete town plan, revealed by the Society of Antiquaries of London’s great excavation project, 1890-1909, Silchester is one of the best known towns in Roman Britain and the Roman world more widely. Since the 1970s excavation... .... Learn More
  2. Roman and Medieval Exeter and their Hinterlands

    Roman and Medieval Exeter and their Hinterlands: From Isca to Excester [Hardback]

    Stephen Rippon (Editor); Neil Holbrook (Editor)

    £35.00

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    ISBN: 9781789256154
    Published by : Oxbow Books
    Series: Exeter: A Place in Time
    This first volume, presenting research carried out through the Exeter: A Place in Time project, provides a synthesis of the development of Exeter within its local, regional, national and international hinterlands. Exeter began life in c. AD 55 as ... .... Learn More
  3. Pecsaetna

    Pecsaetna: People of the Anglo-Saxon Peak District [Paperback]

    Phil Sidebottom (Author)

    £29.99

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    ISBN: 9781911188681
    Published by : Windgather Press
    This book is intended to pull together our current knowledge of the ‘lost’ group of people called the Pecsaetna (literally, meaning the ‘Peak Sitters’) by synthesising more recent historical and archaeological research towards a better understandi... .... Learn More
  4. Llangorse Crannog

    Llangorse Crannog: The Excavation of an Early Medieval Royal Site in the Kingdom of Brycheiniog [Hardback]

    Alan Lane (Author); Mark Redknap (Author)

    £40.00

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    ISBN: 9781789253061
    Published by : Oxbow Books
    The crannog on Llangorse Lake near Brecon in mid Wales was discovered in 1867 and first excavated in 1869 by two local antiquaries, Edgar and Henry Dumbleton, who published their findings over the next four years. In 1988 dendrochronological dates... .... Learn More
  5. Manufactured Bodies

    Manufactured Bodies: The Impact of Industrialisation on London Health [Paperback]

    Gaynor Western (Author); Jelena Bekvalac (Author)

    £19.99

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    ISBN: 9781789253221
    Published by : Oxbow Books
    Industrialisation is a notoriously complex issue in terms of the hazards and benefits it has brought to human beings in our endeavours to improve our lives. This is never more evident than in the field of health and medicine, where there are many ... .... Learn More
  6. The Arras Culture of Eastern Yorkshire – Celebrating the Iron Age

    The Arras Culture of Eastern Yorkshire – Celebrating the Iron Age: Proceedings of ‘Arras 200 – celebrating the Iron Age’, Royal Archaeological Institute Annual Conference, 2017 [Paperback]

    Peter Halkon (Editor)

    £38.00

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    ISBN: 9781789252583
    Published by : Oxbow Books
    In 1817 a group of East Yorkshire gentry opened barrows in a large Iron Age cemetery on the Yorkshire Wolds at Arras, near Market Weighton, including a remarkable burial accompanied by a chariot with two horses, which became known as the King’s Ba... .... Learn More
  7. The Ancient Ways of Wessex

    The Ancient Ways of Wessex: Travel and Communication in an Early Medieval Landscape [Paperback]

    Alexander Langlands (Author)

    £35.00

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    ISBN: 9781911188513
    Published by : Windgather Press
    Series: Windgather
    The Ancient Ways of Wessex tells the story of Wessex’s roads in the early medieval period, at the point at which they first emerge in the historical record. This is the age of the Anglo-Saxons and an era that witnessed the rise of a kingd... .... Learn More
  8. From Roman Civitas to Anglo-Saxon Shire

    From Roman Civitas to Anglo-Saxon Shire: Topographical Studies on the Formation of Wessex [Paperback]

    Bruce Eagles (Author)

    £34.99

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    ISBN: 9781785709845
    Published by : Oxbow Books
    This book is the culmination of the author’s lifelong interest in the Roman to medieval transition in England and in the analysis of the historic landscape of Wessex. It begins with a focused, referenced, and critical exploration of the thorny, bu... .... Learn More
  9. Faversham in the Making

    Faversham in the Making: The Early Years: The Ice Ages until AD 1550 [Paperback]

    Patricia Reid (Author); Michael Frohnsdorff (Author); Duncan Harrington (Author)

    £25.99

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    ISBN: 9781911188353
    Published by : Windgather Press
    Well known for its later gunpowder industry and the famous Shepherd Neame brewery, Faversham’s earlier medieval history also reveals it to have been an important religious and administrative centre. The town archives possess an unusually complete ... .... Learn More
  10. Bristol: A Worshipful Town and Famous City

    Bristol: A Worshipful Town and Famous City: An Archaeological Assessment [Hardback]

    Nigel Baker (Author); Jonathan Brett (Author); Robert Jones (Author)

    £40.00

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    ISBN: 9781785708770
    Published by : Oxbow Books
    Series: Urban Archaeological Assessment
    Bristol is a major city and port in the south-west of England. In medieval times, it became the third largest city in the kingdom, behind London and York. Bristol was founded in the late Saxon period and grew rapidly in the 12th and 13th centuries... .... Learn More

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