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?
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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…
Draining the Cumbrian Landscape by Edward & Stella B Davis:'During the eighteenth century in what is now Cumbria agriculture was in a depressed state and little draining was being undertaken. What revolutionised land draining was the ‘tile’ manufactured from clay, the very substance which was largely responsible for the problem…
Thought I had already covered this, but a search of my blog seems to say I haven't! May be I just photocopied parts of it. But anyway:Here's the blurb:Historically, Bradford was a rural township that lay beyond the eastern fringe of Manchester. Settlement probably comprised little more than a few…