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Anglo-Saxon Cemetery at Kettering.

Markham, C A Major.

Anglo-Saxon Cemetery at Kettering.

by Markham, C A Major.

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Published by Northamptonshire Natural History & Field Club in [U.K.] .
Written in English


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Kettering can trace its name origins back to an early Romano-British settlement to the north of the present town an Anglo-Saxon settlement possibly to the east of the medieval village. It is in the mid-tenth century that we have our first historical reference to Kettering in a charter of AD in which King Edwy granted ten "cassati" of land.

In Channel 4's Time Team excavated a garden and found remains of an Anglo-Saxon cemetery. The place-name Raunds is first attested in an Anglo-Saxon charter of c. –, where it appears as Randan. It appears as Rande in Domesday Book (); and as Raundes in a later survey of ct: East Northamptonshire.

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It has a school, church, manor house, village hall, a pub called the Hare & District: East Northamptonshire. In Channel 4's Time Team excavated a garden and found remains of an Anglo-Saxon cemetery.

The place-name 'Raunds' is first attested in an Anglo-Saxon charter of circawhere it appears as Randan. It appears as Rande in the Domesday Book ofand in a later survey of Northamptonshire as grid reference: SP Anglo-Saxons and Anglo-Saxon (disambiguation) See more» Anglo-Saxon architecture.

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A hlaew is a burial monument of Anglo-Saxon or Viking date and comprising a hemispherical mound of earth and redeposited bedrock constructed over a primary burial or burials. These were usually inhumations, buried in a grave cut into the subsoil beneath the mound, but cremations placed on the old ground surface beneath the mound have also been.

The Archaeology of Northamptonshire was marked by two important events for the archaeology of Northamptonshire. One was the formation of the Northamptonshire Archaeological Society and the other, the publication of The Northamptonshire Landscape by John Steane as part of the series of works edited by W G Hoskins entitled The Making of the English Landscape.

BIBLIOGRAPHY Of Books and Articles concerned with the Anglo-Saxon Occupation of England, and with early Anglo-Saxon Burials. BLAIR, P. H., 'The Origins of Northumbria,'. Government. As a civil parish, Old Weston has a parish parish council is elected by the residents of the parish who have registered on the electoral roll; the parish council is the lowest tier of government in England.A parish council is responsible for providing and maintaining a variety of local services including allotments and a cemetery; grass cutting and tree planting Country: England.

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The origins of the town are possibly Roman, as it lies on an important Roman Country: England. s pre-fabricated bungalows at Wicksteed Park, Kettering. A newly discovered fragment of a daily account book for Framlingham Castle, Suffolk.

Abstract author An early Anglo-Saxon cemetery at Quarrington, near Sleaford, Lincolnshire: report on excavations, Anglo Saxon (Britons/English/Vikings) ( - ) Grave Stones, Lindisfarne Priory, Holy Island, Northumberland Human skull from Wheatley Anglo-Saxon cemetery, Oxfordshire.

ANGLO-SAXON - NORMAN. At the time of the Doomsday Book survey inthe settlement was called Trapestone and two important Norman knights, Odelin and Oger the Breton, both owned land. Chancery Lane was also the site of a small 12th century motte and bailey ted:.

On an Anglo-Saxon Cemetery recently uncovered near Saxby pp Rev. J. Charles Cox, LL.D., F.S A. Notes on some Stained Glass, formerly in a window at Sketchley Hall p Thomas Harrold: Calendar of Early Leicestershire Wills and Administrations, — [part 1] pp Transcription and introduction by Henry Hartopp.The Anglo-Saxon Cemetery at Morning Thorpe, Norfolk (Volumes I and 11), East Anglian ().

The Anglo-Saxon Cemetery at Spong Hill, North Elmham, Part 8: The Cremations, East Anglian Archaeology Report No. 69, Field Archaeology Division,Author: Geoffrey James Harrison.Wessex Archaeology was appointed to undertake excavation work in advance of the building Southampton Football Club’s new Friends Provident St Mary’s Stadium.

They discovered an exceptionally rich Anglo-Saxon cemetery and found graves .