3 edition of The Brigg raft and her prehistoric environment found in the catalog.
The Brigg raft and her prehistoric environment
Includes bibliographies and index.
|Statement||edited by Sean McGrail.|
|Series||BAR British series,, 89, Archaeological series / National Maritime Museum, Greenwich ;, no. 6, Archaeological series (Great Britain. National Maritime Museum) ;, no. 6.|
|LC Classifications||GN778.22.G7 B74 1981|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 288 p. :|
|Number of Pages||288|
|LC Control Number||81174144|
The Brigg Raft and her Prehistoric Environment Oxbow Books Sailing into the Past. The International Ship Replica Seminar, Roskilde Tipping, Collin Crumlin-Pedersen, Ole. 1. Introduction. The emergence of grassland is considered as an important facilitating factor for the evolutionary divergence of apes and humans about 5–10 million years ago (Retallack et al., ).Alternating cycles of humid and arid climate led to early modern human population expansion into and out of tropical Africa after 70 kyr ago (Scholz et al., ).Cited by:
The Brigg 'Raft' and her Prehistoric Environment BAR # Taylor, J. du P. Roman Shipping and Trade: Britain and the Rhine Provinces. Wright, E.V. The North Ferriby Boats. A Guidebook. Roman London. Milne, G. The Port of Roman London. Blackfriars and Bruges Vessels. Marsden, Peter. The Brigg 'Raft' and her Prehistoric environment. British Archaeological Reports. ^ a b Dodd, Edward (). Brigg. ^ Wylie, William (). "Prehistoric Road at Brigg, Lincolnshire". Proceedings of the Society of Antiquitaries. 2nd series – ^ a b Cameron, Kenneth (). The Place-Names of Lincolnshire. Part Two. ^ Cooper, C H ().
McGRAIL, Seán Francis PERSONAL: Born May 5, ; married Ursula Anne Yates, ; children: Frances, Mary, Catherine, Hugh. Education: University of Bristol, B. At its centrepiece is the Bronze Age Brigg ‘Raft’, excavated in the s and previously in storage at the National Maritime Museum. This is complemented by displays exploring the history of Brigg and the Ancholme Valley with a unique collection of artefacts found in the local area.
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The Late Bronze Age Brigg ‘Raft’ Displayed Brigg 'Raft' and her Prehistoric Environment. Oxford: BAR Brigg ‘raft’ re-excavated but this book will drastically limit the field of Author: Sean Mcgrail.
The Brigg Raft and her Prehistoric Environment No description specified. (1 Record) Documents. Safe carrying capacity of the hypothetical reconstruction [of the Brigg raft] () Related Creators. Coates, John F Related Keywords. Iron Age Related Keywords and Creators are determined by looking at all of the Creators and Keywords associated.
Archaeological Journal. Search in: Advanced search. Submit an article. New content alerts RSS. Subscribe book review Reinventing sustainability: how archaeology can save the planet Ray The Brigg ‘Raft’ and Her Prehistoric Environment.
Edited by S ean M ac G rail. Bowen. Switsur, V R,Radiocarbon dates for the Brigg raft, in McGrail, S, ed, The Brigg raft and her prehistoric environment: Natl Maritime Mus Archives, ser 6, p – Switsur, V R and Wright, E V, in press, Radiocarbon ages and calibrated dates of the boats from North Ferriby, Humberside – A reappraisal: Archeol Jour.
The Brigg "raft" and her prehistoric environment, Oxford, BAR, British Series Hillman, G. () Possible evidence of grain-roasting at Iron Age Pembrey [In: G. Williams, Survey and excavation on Pembrey Mountain, ]. The Carmarthenshire AntiquRoberts, O.
P.,‘Brigg raft’ re-assessed as a round bilge Bronze Age boat. I – Smith, A. G.,Context of some Late Bronze Age and Early Iron Age remains from Lincolnshire. It revisits the sewn-plank boats from Ferriby, Kilnsea, Dover, Calidcot, Testwood Lakes, Goldcliff and Brigg, and aspects of the way in which seafarers signified themselves and their world through their imagined relationship with the environment are by: APPENDICES.
Final Version, February Contents. it provided a detailed account of the historical environment, added little to our knowledge of McGrail, S. ‘The Brigg ‘raft’ and her prehistoric environment. British Archaeological Reports, British Ser Oxford.
In McGrail, S., editor, The Brigg ‘raft’ and her prehistoric environment, Oxford: British Archaeological Reports, British Ser - Cited by: Environment Record (HER). Since our knowledge of the history of Appleby has been - Final Version, Appendices, February 7 Two Neolithic (c.
4, BC), polished stone axes and one polished int axe have been McGrail, S. ‘The Brigg ‘raft’ and her prehistoric environment. British Archaeological. The Brigg 'raft' and her prehistoric environment South Humberside.
Issue editor Prehistoric boats of Europe: early water travel, part 1 Ferriby, Brigg, Hasholme, and Broighter boats. Author Prehistoric boats, timber, and woodworking technology The Brigg raft re-excavated. D.W. PerryCluster analysis of the insect remains from beneath the “raft” S.
McGrail (Ed.), The Brigg “raft” and her Prehistoric Environment. National Museum, Greenwich, Archaeological Series 6, BAR British Series, 89, BAR, Oxford (), pp. Cited by: In: The Brigg 'Raft' and her Prehistoric Environment (Ed. Mc Grail), pp British Archaeological Reports Series, 89, Oxford.
(R) (keywords: historical climate reconstruction) (R) (keywords: historical climate reconstruction). He therefore urged the National Maritime Museum to re-excavate this 'raft' as part of a research programme on prehistoric craft.5 II HISTORY OF THE 'RAFT' The Brigg'raft' was exposed in by workmen digging for clay near Coal Dyke End between the Old River Ancholme and the New Cut, one mile to the north west of Brigg (Figure 1).
Ships and Boats: Prehistory to Introductions to Heritage Assets. Front cover. irrespective of the original environment they navigated. Principally from the archaeological 12m long flat-bottomed raft was discovered at Brigg, Lincolnshire, in which was clearly.
Research on the evidence from the Brigg'raft' excavation will increase our knowledge of prehistoric North Lincolnshire. Further knowledge could be gained by the re-location and excavation of the Brigg track, the site of which may now be determined more accurately by reference to the position of the 'raft'; it appears at present to be free of.
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Brigg 2 is the so‐called Brigg ‘raft’ which is, in fact, a sewn‐plank boat; Brigg 1 was a prehistoric logboat excavated in and lost during World War 2 (McGrail, –72).Cited by: 2. Its centrepiece is the Bronze Age Brigg ‘Raft’, excavated in the s and previously in storage at the National Maritime Museum.
This is complemented by displays exploring the history of Brigg and the Ancholme Valley. Visitors are taken on a voyage of discovery through the ages, from the prehistoric period through to the present day.
An Index for Flat-bottom Boats Article in International Journal of Nautical Archaeology 12(4) - February with 10 Reads How we measure 'reads'. The planks of the boats build after the 13th century BC, including Caldicot 2, Goldcliff and the Brigg ‘raft’, used continuous stitching for this purpose (McGrail, ).
As yet, no (fragments of) sewn‐plank boats dated to the Bronze Age have been identified outside England and by: 5.A comic style book in which Ug lives with his parents during the Stone Age.
Raymond Briggs uses imaginative humour to detail the challenges of prehistoric life including stone blankets, stone cold food, an even colder cave and, worst of all, hard stone trousers!