Monographs

  • A Place by the Sea: Excavations at Sewerby Cottage Farm, Bridlington A Place by the Sea: Excavations at Sewerby Cottage Farm, Bridlington
    Chris Fenton-Thomas. 2009.

    This presents the results of excavations that took place between 1999 and 2003 at Sewerby Cottage Farm, Bridlington, in advance of the construction of over 300 houses. The work uncovered a rare group of Neolithic buildings, Iron Age burials and a Romano-British farmstead. The material remains were analysed by many different specialists and their interpretations have been brought together to tell the story of how this landscape was occupied between c.3500 BC and c.900 AD.

    ISBN: 978-0-9561965-0-7 (available from Oxbow Books or On-Site Archaeology, price £25)
  • Where Sky and Yorkshire and Water Meet: The Story of the Melton Landscape from Prehistory to the Present Where Sky and Yorkshire and Water Meet: The Story of the Melton Landscape from Prehistory to the Present
    Chris Fenton-Thomas. 2011.

    Published December 2011.

    An account of the multi-period excavations associated with a road scheme on the A63 at Melton, East Yorkshire. They revealed buildings, boundaries, burials and tracks associated with a late Iron Age and early Roman ladder settlement and showed that its origins lay in the early centuries of the first millennium BC.

    ISBN: 978-0-9561965-1-4 (available from Oxbow Books or On-Site Archaeology, price £25)
  • All Saint's, Fishergate
    Graham Bruce & Lauren McIntyre. forthcoming.

    Expected Autumn 2014

  • The Romans at Nostell Priory
    Dave Pinnock. 2013.

    Published September 2013.

    Price £10+£3.95 p&p. Please email or write to On-Site Archaeology to order or purchase via Oxbow Books

    Excavations at the new visitor car park 2009. A National Trust excavation carried out by On-Site Archaeology uncovered the previously unknown remains of a multi-phase Romano-British settlement at Nostell Priory, Wakefield. The remains revealed an intriguing Roman military connection with implications for understanding the Roman occupation in this region and the later monastery.

    ISBN: 978-0-9561965-2-1

booksmonographbookmonographmonographbookmore books