3 edition of Excavations at Sandwell Priory and Hall, 1982-88 found in the catalog.
Excavations at Sandwell Priory and Hall, 1982-88
M. A. Hodder
by Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council and South Staffordshire Archaeological and Historical Society in West Bromwich [England]
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. 215-223).
|Statement||M.A. Hodder ; with specialist contributions by S. Brown ... [et al.].|
|Series||Transactions / South Staffordshire Archaeological and Historical Society -- v. 31, Transactions (South Staffordshire Archaeological and Historical Society) -- v. 31.|
|Contributions||South Staffordshire Archaeological and Historical Society.|
|LC Classifications||DA690.W5 H64 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||229 p. :|
|Number of Pages||229|
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Work is to be carried out to preserve 12th Century priory ruins at a West Midlands park. The remains of a church and other buildings were found at Sandwell Valley Country Park during an. Excavations at the Priory and Hospital of St. Mary Spital, London\ (Medieval Monasteries Series) Paperback – December 1, by Alfred Thomas (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Paperback, December 1, Author: Alfred Thomas.
Sandwell is a metropolitan borough in the West Midlands of England. The borough is named after the Sandwell Priory, and spans a densely populated part of the West Midlands conurbation. According to Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council, the borough comprises the six towns of Oldbury, Rowley Regis, Smethwick, Tipton, Wednesbury, and West Bromwich, although these places consist of numerous. Parks in Sandwell Find out about Sandwell's award-winning parks and green spaces. Sandwell Valley Country Park Enjoy walking, birdwatching, sports or just being in the great outdoors. Nature reserves Nature reserves provide a valuable place for wildlife to flourish and for people to get closer to nature.
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Some features of WorldCat will not be available. Books and journals Rodwell, WJ, Church Archaeology, (), Hodder, M A, 'South Staffordshire Archaeology & Historical Society Transaction' in Excavations At Sandwell Priory And Hall, Vol. XXXI, () Hodder, M A, 'Sandwell Valley Archaeological Project' in Sandwell Priory And Hall Excavations, Vol.
2, (), 5. Excavations at Sandwell Priori and Hall Birmingham: South Staffordshire Archaeological and Historical Society Transactions 31 Excavations at the Priory and Hospital of St Mary Spital.
Books and journals Rodwell, WJ, Church Archaeology, (), Hodder, 1982-88 book A, 'South Staffordshire Archaeology & Historical Society Transaction' in Excavations At Sandwell Priory And Hall, Vol.
XXXI, () Hodder, M A, 'Sandwell Valley Archaeological Project' in Sandwell Priory And Hall Excavations, Vol. 2, (), 5 Hodder, M A, 'Sandwell. Sandwell Priory was a small medieval Benedictine monastery, near West Bromwich, then part of Staffordshire, was founded in the late 12th century by a local landowner and was only modestly endowed.
It had a fairly turbulent history and suffered considerably from mismanagement. I hear that the Sandwell Priory excavations that were unearthed under the site of Sandwell Hall, are being worked on (Oct ) to put them back into a reasonable state.
And I couldnt find a thread for Sandwell Hall or Priory - which seems. There are no records of this excavation with the exception of a newspaper account of the work. The major excavation work on the priory site was initiated by the Technical and Development Services Department of Sandwell MBC in August as an adjunct to the restoration of the nearby Sandwell Park Farm, with the aim of enhancing knowledge of the.
During an archaeological excavation between and the remains of five priors were discovered. Sandwell Priory was only a small Benedictine monastery. The earliest buildings would have been the Priory Church built of local sandstone with the supporting buildings of wood, wattle and daub, which were later replaced by stone.
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Little now () remains of the priory. Shaw, in his account of Sandwell Hall (Staffs. ), states that 'some of the foundation etc. [of the priory] is still traceable in the back part and offices'.
For a photograph of showing a wall with windows on 2 stages see W.S.L., F. Homer, 'Collections for the History of the Priory. Excavations at Pontefract Priory ’, (). Excavations at Sandwell Priory and Hall ’, South Staffordshire Archaeological and Historical Society Transactions.
The hall’s latter years from around saw it used as religious school, mental asylum, borstal institution, and periodically, unoccupied. It was demolished in The site of the house is north of Sandwell Priory ruins, east of the M5 and north of Sandwell Park Golf Club.
After the AGM business, Mike Hodder gave a short introductory talk on the excavation of Sandwell Priory () and other archaeological remains in Sandwell Valley followed by Jo Miskin of Sandwell Council and Neil Rimmington of English Heritage talking about current and future work on the site.
Do you want to know the entry ticket price for Sandwell Priory Ruins & Sand Well. Opening & closing timings, parking options, restaurants nearby or what to see on your visit to Sandwell Priory Ruins & Sand Well.
Click Now to check the details. The Priory of England was centred at Clerkenwell, London, where the surviving medieval crypt and Tudor gatehouse are well-known landmarks. Several large-scale excavations by the Museum of London in the s and 90s have been combined with antiquarian surveys in this monograph to produce a remarkable picture of a priory.
The graves studied were excavated and sampled between and by the archaeology department of the Public Service of Wallonia, during a rescue excavation in the historical centre of the town of Nivelles (Central Belgium) ().During this campaign, the remains of an abbatial complex have been found (Van Hove et al., ).This complex was founded in the 7th century and.
The history of research in the area can be divided into three phases: the pre-Rescue era (before the early s) when work was small-scale and largely amateur or university based; the Rescue era from the early s to when work was more intensive and more concentrated on work ahead of development or other threats, funding at this time.Sandwell Valley has remained almost intact as one estate since the middle ages, when it was originally given to the monks of Sandwell Priory.
After passing through several hands, it was eventually sold to the Earl of Dartmouth, who in turn sold it to West Bromwich Council in Hodder, M. A. Excavations at Sandwell Priory and Hall, A Mesolithic Settlement, Medieval Monastery and Post-Medieval Country House in West Bromwich.
West Bromwich: Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council, Holdsworth, G. Hemsworth High Hall: A Georgian Country House. Woolley, Yorkshire: Wakefield History Publications,