ABSTRACT

First Published in 2017. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an Informa company.

part I|22 pages

BACKGROUND AND PREVIOUS DISCOVERIES

chapter 1|20 pages

INTRODUCTION

part II|332 pages

THE SURVEYS

chapter 3|170 pages

ARCHAEOLOGICAL SURVEY

chapter 4|44 pages

ARCHITECTURAL SURVEY

ByJane Penoyre, John Penoyre, John Dallimore

chapter 5|26 pages

ECOLOGY

chapter 6|6 pages

METHODS AND SAMPLING STRATEGIES: AN EVALUATION

ByChristopher Gerrard

part III|208 pages

EXCAVATIONS

chapter 7|4 pages

EXCAVATIONS AT SHAPWICK

ByChristopher Gerrard

chapter 8|44 pages

EXCAVATIONS IN THE OUTLYING PARISH 1995–99

ByChristopher Gerrard, Richard Brunning, Chris Webster

chapter 9|44 pages

EXCAVATIONS AT AND NEAR CHURCH FIELD

ByChristopher Gerrard

chapter 10|54 pages

EXCAVATIONS IN SHAPWICK VILLAGE 1994–99

ByChristopher Gerrard

chapter 11|34 pages

EXCAVATIONS IN SHAPWICK PARK 1992–97

ByChristopher Gerrard

chapter 12|26 pages

EXCAVATIONS AT SHAPWICK HOUSE MANSION 1993–97

ByChristopher Gerrard

part IV|276 pages

OBJECTS, INDUSTRY AND STRUCTURAL MATERIALS

chapter 13|108 pages

POTTERY

chapter 14|14 pages

CLAY PIPES AND OBJECTS

chapter 15|42 pages

LITHICS

ByClive Bond

chapter 16|36 pages

COINS AND METALWORK

chapter 17|14 pages

GLASS

chapter 18|18 pages

OTHER OBJECTS

chapter 19|32 pages

STRUCTURAL MATERIALS

chapter 20|10 pages

METALWORKING RESIDUES, COAL AND CINDERS

ByChristopher Gerrard, Phil Clogg, Andrew Passmore

part V|96 pages

ENVIRONMENT, DIET AND HUMAN REMAINS

chapter 21|54 pages

THE ENVIRONMENT

chapter 22|36 pages

DIET AND ECONOMY

chapter 23|4 pages

HUMAN SKELETAL REMAINS

ByMary Lewis, Anwen Caffell, Deborah Jaques, Anthony King

part VI|78 pages

CONCLUSIONS