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Notes on the history and archaeology of the Malthouse at the Seymour House Hotel.
How malt was made at the Seymour House Hotel Malt House, Malting in Chipping Campden, The Archaeology of the Seymour…
'The making of the Four Shires', articles written by Allan Warmington, published in the 'Evesham Journal' Spring 1981. Photocopies, newspaper cuttings and letters in newspapers about the articles. …
Document, 1792 halfpence copper token dug up at the almshouses by Basil Hart. Photocopies of a photograph of the token and an information sheet: 'The Token Coinage of John Wilkinson'. John Wilkinson…
An archaeological evaluation carried out in advance of planning applications at Pyments Yard. Existence of two post-medieval culverts established. Glos. County Council 1998. From Paul Nichols,…
Research project by the School of Ocean and Earth Science, Southampton Oceanography Centre, European Way, Southampton, SO14 3ZH.
Items relating to dig carried out between 16/02/2011 and 30/03/2011 by members of CADHAS supervised by Martin Cook BA MIFA includes:
1. Initial proposal for project written by Martin Cook, dated…
Survey No. 5. Pub. Committee for Rescue Archaeology in Avon, Gloucestershire and Somerset, 1980. Some references to Campden.
Archaeology concerning the Romans, carried out in or near Campden
King Combe Coffin 300 - 400 AD
Willersey Hoard - Roman Coins
Weston-Sub-Edge - Civil War Coins
'The Grove' Ebrington Villa c 200…
Cheltenham Art Gallery & Museums and Bristol & Gloucestershire Archaeological Society, 1984.
Artifacts recovered from Almshouses Dig 2012 - clay pipe pieces, pottery - tyg, shards
Battle Bridge, extract from 'The Ilmington Hills' by Scarlet Potter, 1884. The bridge commemorates an engagement between the mercians and West Saxons. During the building of the Great Western…
Chipping Campden tokens with inscription "John Dickens 1657". Queries and Answers. Newspaper cuttings, 13/6/1908. Photocopy and original
Col. Geoffrey Powell, details of a culvert leading into the Coneygree. Examination made on 21st August 1984. Photographs and maps showing the line of the culvert.
Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Report No. 6.
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