Friday, September 03, 2004

Archaeological publications (author Martin Locock except where noted)

A dated type-series of hand-made bricks from Dudley Castle, 1550-1950. West Midlands Pottery Research Group Newsletter 11 (1988), 18-23.

Medieval floor tiles from Dudley Castle. West Midlands Pottery Research Group Newsletter 12 (1989), 1-8.

The use of the video-camera for archaeological recording. Scottish Archaeological Review 7 (1990), 195-198.

The 18th century brickmaking industry in the Forest of Arden. Warwickshire History 8 (1990), 3-20.

18th-century brickmaker's tally-marks from Castle Bromwich Hall, West Midlands. Transactions of the Birmingham and Warwickshire Archaeological Society 95 (1990), 95-98.

The finds. In C K Currie, "Excavation of an early 18th-century garden pond: the West Pond, Castle Bromwich Hall", Post Medieval Archaeology 24 (1990), 93-123; 117-120.

Animal bone. In M A Hodder, "Excavations at Sandwell Priory and Hall, 1985-1988", Transactions of the South Staffordshire Archaeological and Historical Society 35 (1990), 1-227; 103-104, 181-184.

Recent research on medieval floor tiles in the western Midlands. West Midlands Pottery Research Group Newsletter 14 (1990), 6-11.

M Locock and C K Currie, Castle Bromwich Hall: excavations directed by P Twigg, 1985-1988. West Midlands Archaeology 34 (1991), 19-26.

C K Currie and M Locock, An evaluation of archaeological techniques used at Castle Bromwich Hall, 1989-90. Garden History 19.1 (1991), 77-99.

The development of the building trades in the west midlands, 1400-1850. Construction History 8 (1992), 3-19.

Finds reports. In C K Currie and M Locock, "Trial excavations in the North Garden, Castle Bromwich Hall, 1991", Transactions of the Birmingham and Warwickshire Archaeological Society 97 (1992), 77-85; 83-85.

M Locock, C K Currie and S Gray, Chemical changes in buried animal bone: data from a post-medieval assemblage. International Journal of Osteoarchaeology 2 (1992), 297-304.

C K Currie and M Locock, Archaeology on historic garden sites: a maze of confusion. The Field Archaeologist 17 (1992), 332-334.

Excavations in the walled garden, Bescot Hall, Walsall. Transactions of the South Staffordshire Archaeological and Historical Society 33 (1993), 49-56.

Book review: A E Brown (ed.) Garden Archaeology (CBA Research Report 78). CBA Wales Newsletter (Spring 1993), 9-10.

C K Currie and M Locock, Excavations at Castle Bromwich Hall, 1989-91, Post Medieval Archaeology 27 (1993), 111-199.

Meaningful architecture; Spatial analysis of an 18th century formal garden; Postscript: the death of meaning? In M Locock (ed.) 1994, Meaningful Architecture: Social interpretations of buildings (Avebury, Aldershot: Worldwide Archaeological Series 9), 1-13; 231-252; 308-309.

Excavations behind Bank Street, Chepstow, 1992. Monmouthshire Antiquary 11 (1994), 57-70.

Scratch below the surface: archaeology and development. South Wales Evening Post Business Matters (March 1994), 16.

The Neath valley defences. Loopholes (Journal of the Pillbox Study Group) 7 (March 1994), 17-21.

The effectiveness of dowsing as a method of determining the nature and location of buried features on historic garden sites. Archaeological Prospection 2 i (1995), 15-18.

Project management in a changing world: redesigning the pyramid. In M A Cooper, A Firth, J Carman and D Wheatley (eds.), 1995 Managing Archaeology (Routledge, London: EuroTAG series), 208-215.

A Second World War anti-aircraft battery near Newport, Gwent: an archaeological survey. Fort 23 (1995), 127-137.

A quiet word: Independents Day? The Field Archaeologist 23 (September 1995), 34.

M Locock and M Lawler, Brean Down sea defences: field evaluation. Archaeology in the Severn Estuary 6 (1995), 23-28.

C K Currie and M Locock, The formal cascade at The Gnoll. Welsh Historic Gardens Trust Newsletter 8 (1995), 72-79.

P J Lennox, “Excavations at Belmont Road, Hay-on-Wye”, Brycheiniog 27 (1995), 25-42 (M Locock ed.).

Old Vic Hotel, Wolverhampton: animal bone. West Midlands Archaeology 38 (1995), 121-122.

Book review: M Parker-Pearson and C Richards (eds.) Architecture and Order: approaches to social space. Post-Medieval Archaeology 29 (1995), 213-214.

Bethel Square, Brecon: excavations in the medieval town. Brycheiniog 28 (1996), 35-80.

The archaeology of the Second World War in Gwent. Monmouthshire Antiquary 12: Essays in honour of Jeremy K Knight (1996), 68-72.

Hill Farm, Goldcliff: a field evaluation on the proposed Gwent Levels Nature Reserve, 1996. Archaeology in the Severn Estuary 7 (1996), 59-66.

Animal bone. In P F Wilkinson, "Excavations at Hen Gastell, Briton Ferry, West Glamorgan, 1991-92", Medieval Archaeology 39 (1996), 1-50; 30-33.

Iron; Tile; Animal bone. In J J Hall, "Excavation at Attlebridge, 1989", Norfolk Archaeology 42 iii (1996), 296-320; 316; 318; 318-319.

R Newman and P F Wilkinson, "Excavations at Llanmaes, near Llantwit Major, South Glamorgan", Post-Medieval Archaeology 30 (1996), 180-226 (M Locock ed.).

C K Currie, M Locock and L Howes, Fishpond Wood Cascade, The Gnoll, West Glamorgan. Archaeologia Cambrensis 146 (1996, for 1994), 236-271.

C K Currie and M Locock, The development of garden archaeology. In M Locock (ed.) IFA Yearbook 1997, 23-25.

IFA Annual Report, 1996-7 (M Locock ed.)

A prehistoric trackway at Cold Harbour Pill. Archaeology in the Severn Estuary 8 (1997), 9-12.

Gwent Levels Wetlands Reserve, Hill Farm, Goldcliff: Excavations 1997. Archaeology in the Severn Estuary 8 (1997), 55-65.

Rockingham Farm, Avonmouth, 1993-1997: moated enclosures on the North Avon Level. Archaeology in the Severn Estuary 8 (1997), 83-88.

M Lawler, M Walker and M Locock, A cairnfield at Cefn-yr-Esgyrn: an archaeological and palaeoenvironmental study. Studia Celtica 31 (1997), 83-105.

M J C Walker, M Lawler and M Locock, Woodland clearance in medieval Glamorgan: pollen evidence from Cefn Hirgoed. Archaeology in Wales 37 (1997), 21-26.

Book review: Stephen Rippon The Severn Estuary: landscape evolution and wetland reclamation. Medieval Archaeology 42 (1998), 198-199.

Garden archaeology in South Wales. Welsh Historic Gardens Trust Newsletter (Spring 1998), 6-7.

Dignity for the dead. The Archaeologist 27 (winter 1998), 11.

Animal bone. In N Nayling, 1998 The Magor Pill medieval wreck (CBA Research Report 115), 44.

The Goldcliff stone and Roman drainage on the Caldicot Level: an evaluation at Hill Farm, Goldcliff, 1996. Britannia 29 (1998), 329-336.

Animal bone. In A G Marvell and D J Maynard, “Excavations south of the Legionary fortress at Usk, Gwent, 1994”, Britannia 29 (1998), 247-267; 261.

The work of the Glamorgan-Gwent Archaeological Trust in Avon, 1993-1998: from sites to landscapes. Bristol and Avon Archaeology 15 (1998), 67-70.

P F Wilkinson, M Locock and S Sell, A 16th-century saltworks at Port Eynon, Gower. Post-Medieval Archaeology 32 (1998), 3-32.

M Locock, S Robinson and A Yates, Late Bronze Age sites at Cabot Park, Avonmouth. Archaeology in the Severn Estuary 9 (1998), 31-36.

M Locock and M Walker, Hill Farm, Goldcliff: Middle Iron Age drainage on the Caldicot Level. Archaeology in the Severn Estuary 9 (1998), 37-44.

Book review: J D Hurst (ed.) A multi-period salt production site at Droitwich: Excavations at Upwich (CBA Research Report 107). Post-Medieval Archaeology 33 (1999), 303.

The analysis of historical animal bone assemblages: is big beautiful? In S Anderson (ed.), Current and recent research in osteoarchaeology 2 (1999), 8-11.

Animal bones and the urban economy: thirty years of archaeozoology in Coventry. In S Anderson (ed.), Current and recent research in osteoarchaeology 2 (1999), 12-16.

Buried soils of the Wentlooge Formation. Archaeology in the Severn Estuary 10 (1999), 1-10.

M Locock, B Trett and M Lawler, Further late prehistoric features on the foreshore at Chapeltump, Magor, Monmouthshire: Chapeltump II and the Upton trackway. Studia Celtica 34 (2000), 17-48.

Book review: M Johnson Archaeological Theory: an introduction. Post-Medieval Archaeology 34 (2000), 414-415.

Objects of brick, tile and fired clay; animal bone. In A M Yates “Excavations of a Roman site south of Great Pencarn Farm 1997: Coedkernew, Newport”, Studia Celtica 34 (2000), 49-80; 64, 65-66.

R Thomas and M Locock, Food for the dogs? The consumption of horseflesh at Dudley Castle in the 18th century. Environmental Archaeology 5 (2000), 83-91.

M Locock and M Lawler, Moated enclosures on the North Avon Level: survey and excavation at Rockingham Farm, Avonmouth, 1993-1997. Transactions of the Bristol & Gloucestershire Archaeological Society 118 (2000), 93-122.

An Auxiliary Unit ‘hide’ (Operational Base) at Cilybebyll, Neath Port Talbot. Archaeology in Wales 40 (2000), 57-59.

M Lawler, "Archaeological evaluation at South Quay, Pembroke, 1994". Archaeologia Cambrensis 147 (2001, for 1998), 159-180 (M Locock ed.).

Archaeological prospection and evaluation in the Severn Levels, 1989-1999: developing a methodology. Estuarine Archaeology: the Severn and beyond (Archaeology in the Severn Estuary 11) (2001), 131-143.

A Later Bronze Age landscape on the Avon Levels: settlement, shelters and saltmarsh at Cabot Park. In J BrĂ¼ck (ed.), Bronze Age landscapes: tradition and transformation (Oxbow Monograph, Oxford) (2001), 121-128.

M Locock and B Noddle, Animal bone. In A G Marvell (ed.), Investigations along Monnow Street, Monmouth (BAR British series 320, Oxford) (2001), 113-115.

Medieval floor tiles from St James Priory, Dudley. In I Soden (ed.), True as Coventry Blue: papers presented to Margaret Rylatt (City Archaeologist, Coventry 1973-2000) (Northamptonshire County Council, Northampton) (2002), 36-51.

Coastal management. In A Davidson (ed.), The coastal archaeology of Wales (CBA Research Report 131, York) (2002), 116-128.

Animal bone. In A Yates, R Roberts and M Walker, "The archaeology of the Wentlooge Level: investigations along the Wentlooge sewers, 1998-9", Archaeology in the Severn Estuary 12 (2002), 55-77, 61-62.

The Registered Archaeological Organisations scheme. The Archaeologist 46 (winter 2002), 12-13.

Researching the familiar past: priorities and opportunities in post-medieval archaeology. In S Briggs (ed.), Towards a research agenda for Welsh archaeology: Proceedings of the IFA Wales/Cymru conference, Aberystwyth, 2001 (BAR British Series 343, 2003), 145-152.

Mammal bone; Bird bone. In N Nayling and S McGrail, The Barland's Farm Romano-Celtic Boat (CBA Research Report 138, York, 2004), 78-80; 80.

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