3 edition of Roman Castleford found in the catalog.
Bibliography: p345-351. - Includes index.
|Statement||by P. Abramson, D. S. Berg and M. R. Fossick ; with contributions by M. C. Bishop...[et al.] ; principal illustrators M. R. Fossick and A. M. Grove.|
|Series||Yorkshire archaeology -- 5|
|Contributions||Abramson, P., Berg, D. S., Fossick, M. R., West Yorkshire Archaeology Service.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||358|
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Roman Castleford Roman Castleford is an extremely important archaeological site. Between the years and archaeologists have excavated over 30 trenches in Castleford.
The most well-known find is the Roman fort of Lagentium. But the archaeologists also found evidence of the civilian settlement and discovered what happened at the site when. Current Archaeology No.
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by Various, and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Castleford is a town in the metropolitan borough of Wakefield, West Yorkshire, had a population of 40, at the Census. Historically in the West Riding of Yorkshire, to the north of the town centre the River Calder joins the River Aire and the Aire and Calder Navigation.
The town is the site of a Roman settlement. Within the historical Castleford Borough are the Metropolitan borough: City of Wakefield. 79 A.D. - Roman Era: The name Castleford came from the Romans.
Castrum - a camp or fort and Ford - shallow part of a stream crossed by a road. There is a certain amount of confusion as to what the Romans actually called Castleford.
It is variously named Legeolio and Legioleum but the commonly accepted name is Lagentium which translates as "The. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: volumes: illustrations, maps, plans ; 31 cm. Contents: Vol. Get this from a library. Roman Castleford: excavations Vol. 1, The small finds.
[H E M Cool; Chris Philo; Paula Butterworth; D M Bailey; West Yorkshire Archaeology Service.;]. Roman Castleford: Excavations (Yorkshire archaeology) on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. 66 rows The History of Castleford: B.C. - The Original Roman Castleford book.
Early First Century - The. Lagentium or Legiolum was the Roman name for the fort and surrounding civilian settlement which was built around the year 74  by the Roman English town of Castleford, West Yorkshire, is now built on what was the : c. 70 AD. Roman Castleford is thought to have originated as the site of a Roman fort established c.
AD 71 around which a civilian settlement (a vicus) developed. The fort was established at a strategic fording point on the river Aire at the highest point upstream where it was possible to cross & where supplies could be delivered by boat travelling up the. Extensive archaeological investigations of the Roman remains of Castleford were undertaken by the West Yorkshire Archaeological Unit between and The location of the bath house was first identified in a series of trial pits, prior to the demolition of a number of modern buildings in and was subsequently investigated as a large.
Books shelved as roman-history: SPQR: A History of Ancient Rome by Mary Beard, Rubicon: The Last Years of the Roman Republic by Tom Holland, The Twelve C. The Castleford Trails This book captures pieces of this, (Castleford's), history and presents them as a colourful mosaic. It invites people to explore their own history by walking the streets and paths of the town and lift up their eyes and look around.
Book: Roman Castleford by In the late first century AD an important crossing point of the River Aire was strategically adopted by the Roman army in their campaign against the Brigantiam Celts. The creation of a fortified site with an attendant settlement, was to establish a Roman presence that endured over years.
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Albert Camus (shelved times as roman). Castleford Heritage Trust asked us to design this book highlighting the history and culture of Castleford. Dating back to Roman Times the town as seen industrial wealth from glass making, mining.
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Date: 6th March Roman Castleford: An illustrated talk: Venue: Castleford Library Castleford was a major urban centre in Roman times. It developed from a small military installation guarding the crossing of the River Aire into a bustling industrial town.
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