Sandra Garside-Neville

About me

Member of the HNS since at least 1999, and helped organise the very first HNS Conference in London in 2001, with Sarah Cuthbertson – we proved it could be done!

I often review books and write articles for the HNR. Interested in novels set in the 5th-6th century. A while back, I wrote an article about Rosemary Sutcliff for the HNS and it can now be found at: http://blueremembered.blogspot.co.uk/2012/04/historical-novel-society-article-for.html

I am an archaeologist specialising in finds, which means I have very many reports to my name – most of which are ‘grey literature’ Others have been published and my very latest ‘in pub’ is an article on ‘The Windmills in the Evelyn Collection and their varying fates’ I have got archaeological reports supposedly ‘in pub’ since before 2000! Well, I guess the finds have been around a couple of thousand years, so what’s a decade or two longer going to matter? :D

From my website

Journal: York Historian Volume 30

Cover of York Historian showing a 17th century purse from the Yorkshire Museum (photo with kind permission of York Museums Trust)York Historian Volume 30 is fresh from the printers!  Bit of a shameless plug, as I have a paper in it, but here's the contents list:Sylvia Hogarth - A Yorkshire…

Thesis: An Analysis of Roman Ceramic Building Material from York and its Immediate Environs

Oh look what I found on the web, to my surprise: An Analysis of Roman Ceramic Building Material from York and its Immediate Environs McComish, Jane Mary (2012) An Analysis of Roman Ceramic Building Material from York and its Immediate Environs. MA by research thesis, University of York.This study comprises…

Book: Roman Castleford by ...

In the late first century AD an important crossing point of the River Aire was strategically adopted by the Roman army in their campaign against the Brigantiam Celts.  The creation of a fortified site with an attendant settlement, was to establish a Roman presence that endured over 300 years.  As…

 
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