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Fenland Research Committee
C. W Phillips
Written in English
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For the latter, he produced a thesis and published monograph focusing on Mesolithic Britain. In he co-founded the Fenland Research Committee, through which he excavated several prehistoric sites in the East Anglian : 28 July , Bromley, England. The Subdepartment of Quaternary Research grew out of Harry Godwin's participation in a pivotal Cambridge-based pre-Second World War research group; the Fenland Research Committee. This group of academics and professionals undertook wide-ranging research that demonstrated the ground-breaking achievements of a multidisciplinary approach to recent.
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The Fenland Research Committee, founded inguided research in the low wetlands north of Cambridge in east England. Its work marked a turning-point in the developing prehistory of Sir Grahame Clark, a change so profound it is here called a ‘new archaeology’.Cited by: Try the Fenland Research Committee book Google Books.
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Title: Fenland Survey Exhibition : At Heffer's Art Gallery, Cambridge: Author. The Fenland Research Committee Stumps of a large Yew tree (Taxus baccata) at Isleham Fen, Cambridgeshire, being examined in by ProfessorA.C.
Seward (Chairman of the Fenland Research Committee) and At the next meeting, Darby volunteered to produce a seventeenth century map of the Fens. Some of this work was published as ‘Fenland Cartogra- phy’ in the Fenland Exhibition Survey in Both Phillips () and Clark () include Phillips’ Lincolnshire surveys as publications associated with the Size: KB.
Print book: EnglishView all editions and formats Summary: This is the story, by one of the active participants, of how the researches of natural scientists, biologists, geologists, geographers, historians and archaeologists, over the last fifty years have reconstructed Fenland history through the l years and have provided fresh.
So Felix described the fenland of East England in the eighth century in his Life of Guthlac. It is a quotation that every historian of the area duly acknowledges, but the work of the Fenland Research Committee's field archaeologists has shown that it owes more to Felix the hagiographer than Felix the topographer.
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This same committee also does the same for the Standard Plans for Public Works Construction and the Special. "the hallmark of the Fenland Research Committee" (Godwin 88). When Clark wrote The Mesolithic Age in Britain indistributional mapping of surface finds was one of.
assumptions in the light of recent research which suggests fenland history was more complicated and more interesting in this period. The first session introduces the physical geography of the fenland, before moving on to consider the considerable questions raised by the description in the Domesday Book of low fenland populations.
Fenland excavations established was the best available before radiometric dating methods were developed, by which also it stands confirmed today. The success of the Fenland Research Committee led to Grahame’s giving a course on Mesolithic European Prehistory in that started his long association with the Cambridge Faculty.
period. The more botanical episodes recounted concern research in plant physiology in the twenties, the development of ecology and the work of A.
Tansley, the development of Quaternary research in the University, the history of the Fenland Research Committee, the. relate to environmental history. In this development, the Fenland played a stimulating part, with its richness of biological, geological and archaeological evidence for the nature of the last years, with the Fenland Research Committee, of which Harry was a leading light, providing a forum of by: 2.
Modern work was brought together by the Penland Research Committee in a volume edited by Phillips (). The work benefited from environmental studies, and from the fieldwork of Bromwich and Hallam.
The results of aerial photography, a technique that is very effective on the light soils of the central Penland, were extensively used.
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But the whole problem of the Roman Fenland has been placed in an entirely new setting by the development of a new instrument of research—aerial photography.
The pioneer work of Mr. Crawford has yielded fruitful results when applied to this area, and the Fenland Research Committee, formed in to investigate the problems of the. Great Britain. Department of Scientific and Industrial Research. Springs Research Committee. Report of the Springs research committee.
London, H.M. Stationery off. [printed by Harrison and sons, ltd.] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Thomas Massie Hutchinson; Great Britain.
Department of Scientific and. Grahame Clark: an intellectual life of an archaeologist User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict. Over the past half century, many students of archaeology and anthropology have been influenced by Grahame Clark, whose fieldwork, writing, and long teaching career at Cambridge University had a major.
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The Fenland Study, led by Chief Investigator Professor Nick Wareham, is designed to investigate the interaction between genetic and [ ]. Smith PJ () Grahame Clark’s new archaeology: the Fenland Research Committee and Cambridge prehistory in the s. Antiquity 71()–30 CrossRef Google Scholar Sturt F, Standen T () The social context of submerged prehistoric by: 1.Fenland Explorers Information Book.
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