Excavations at Tintagel Castle, Cornwall, 1990-1999 ePUB


  • Hardcover
  • 370 pages
  • Excavations at Tintagel Castle, Cornwall, 1990-1999 (Society of Antiquaries of London) (Society of Antiquaries of London)
  • Rachel C. Barrowman
  • English
  • 10 February 2015
  • 9780854312863

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Excavations at Tintagel Castle, Cornwall, 1990-1999 (Society of Antiquaries of London) (Society of Antiquaries of London)✅ [PDF / Epub] ☉ Excavations at Tintagel Castle, Cornwall, 1990-1999 (Society of Antiquaries of London) (Society of Antiquaries of London) By Rachel C. Barrowman ⚣ – Thomashillier.co.uk Romantic rock perched sea girt Tintagel is a magical place that resonates with Arthurian associations and the archaeological reality is no less intriguing than the legend Investigation of the site beg Romantic rock perched sea girt Tintagel is a Tintagel Castle, ePUB ↠ magical place that resonates with Arthurian associations and the archaeological reality is no less intriguing than the legend Investigation of the site began in the s when Dr Ralegh Radford uncovered remains of buildings with significant volumes of eastern Mediterranean and North African pottery Excavations at PDF/EPUB ² of fifth to seventh century date suggesting a western British site of iconic importance in the economy of the late Antiue and Byzantine world The research presented in this book comes from renewed fieldwork carried out at this promontory site over several seasons between April and July using modern archaeological techniues at Tintagel Castle, MOBI ñ together with previously unpublished work from Radford's private archive along with that of his architect J A Wright This work has demonstrated the complexity and variability of building forms and associated occupation at the site and the wide ranging connections of Tintagel during the fifth to seventh centuries as reflected in the extensive ceramic assemblage while re examination of the 'Great Ditch' has established that this is the largest promontory or hill top site of its period A uniue glass assemblage and a stone with a probable imperial inscription to Honorius later the object of graffiti from three post Roman personages Paternus Coliavus and Artognou serve as dramatic testimony to the cultural and literary milieu of high status Dumnonian society in the post Roman period.