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excavation of the Roman forts of the Classis Britannica at Dover, 1970-1977.

Brian Philp

excavation of the Roman forts of the Classis Britannica at Dover, 1970-1977.

by Brian Philp

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Published by Kent Archaeological Rescue Unit in Dover .
Written in English


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SeriesKent monograph series : research reports -- 3
ContributionsKent Archaeological Rescue Unit.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13783076M

Excavation at Paversham, the royal abbey, Roman villa and Belgic farmstead / by Brian Philp; Excavations in the Darent Valley, Kent: the detailed reports on the discovery and excavation of a compl The excavation of the Roman forts of the Classis Britannica at Dover, the extensive archaeol Fifth report on the. 33rd annual report of the Canterbury Archaeological Trust.

Philp, B.J. The Excavation of the Roman Forts of the Classis Britannica at Dover , Kent Archaeological Rescue Unit, Dover. Philpott, R. Burial Practices in Roman Britain, BAR British Series , Oxford. Polak, M. Old wine in new bottles. Londinium was a settlement established on the current site of the City of London around AD It sat at a key crossing point over the River Thames which turned the city into a road nexus and major port, serving as a major commercial centre in Roman Britain until its abandonment during the 5th is possible that the town was preceded by a short-lived Roman military camp but the.

Philp, B. () The excavation of the Roman forts of the Classis Britannica at Dover, Dover: Kent Archaeological Rescue Unit. Dover: Kent Archaeological Rescue Unit. Philpott, Robert A. () Burial practices in Roman Britain: a survey of grave treatment and furnishing A.D. The Excavation of the Roman Forts of the Classis Britannica at Dover, Dover. Zur Entstehumg von Seekreide Untersuchungen am Untersee (Bodensee) Neues Jahrbuch fü r .


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Philp. Kent Archaeological Research Unit, Dover, Pp.73 figs., 47 Cited by: 1. The excavation of the Roman forts of the Classis Britannica at Dover, the extensive archaeological programme of rescue-excavation ahead of major roadworks and town-centre redevelopment in Dover, which resulted in the discovery, excavation and ultimate preservation of two naval forts of the Roman fleet in British waters.

The discovery and excavation of the Roman remains at Dover, followed by the display of the Painted House, is one of the success stories of the s. The fort at Dover was discovered during rescue excavations only months after its existence was denied in The Excavation of the Roman Forts of the Classis Britannica at Dover, by B.

Philp Kent (pp. ) Review by: D. Breeze DOI: / The Excavation of the Roman Forts of the Classis Britannica at Dover, –, Kent Monograph Series No. 3 (Dover, ), Types, 51 Dr Paul Tyers, personal communication. The Classis Britannica (the Roman fleet in Britain) adopted Dover as its major base on the British Coast for much of the second century A.D., where it constructed a fort, harbour installations and two lighthouses.

A vicus or civilian settlement developed to the north of the fort. The fort, two-thirds. Author of Excavations in West Kent,The excavation of the Roman forts of the Classis Britannica at Dover,Excavations at Faversham,Archaeological excavations in the Darent Valley, Roman Dover, The Dartford gunpowder mills, The Roman site at Fordcroft, Orpington, The Roman house with Bacchic murals at Dover.

Books and journals Philp, B, 'At Dover ' in The Excavation of the Roman Forts of the Classis Britannica, () Legal This monument is scheduled under the Ancient Monuments and Archaeological Areas Act as amended as it appears to the Secretary of.

Philp, B.J.,The excavation of the Roman Forts of the Classis Britannica at DoverKent Monograph Series No. 3 (Dover). Philp, B.J.,‘Romney Marsh and the Roman fort at Lympne’, Kent Archaeol. Volume 3 - The Roman Forts of the Classis Britannica at Dover by Brian Philp.

Published in this deals with large-scale excavations in Dover ahead of A20 roadworks. It covers the discovery of two large forts built by the classis britannica. The first (probably AD) unfinished. Philp, B, The excavation of the Roman forts of the Classis Britannica at Dover Publ.

by the Kent Archaeological Rescue Unit, Dover Castle, Kent, Rigold, S, "The Roman haven of Dover", Archaeological Journal CXXVI,pp. The Roman fort of the Classis Britannica, near Albany Place. The Classis Britannica (the Roman fleet in Britain) adopted Dover as its major base on the British Coast for much of the second century AD, where it constructed a fort, harbour installations and two lighthouses.

A vicus or civilian settlement developed to the north of the fort. Photographer E ugene Amos (), was the Honorary Archaeologist to Dover Corporation and identified these as Roman in origin and went so far as to say that they indicated the presence of a Roman Classis Britannica fort in the area.

This was rejected by the eminent archaeologists of the time, who said that like the fragments on the opposite side of the Square, which Mary Horsley. It stood outside the great naval fort of the Classis Britannica, but in AD it was demolished by the Roman army during the construction of a larger fort.

The long-lost Roman 'Saxon Shore' fort, predicted by Sir Mortimer Wheeler and found by the Kent Unit inlies buried under modern Dover. The publication of the ’s excavations in Dover suggests dates of; A.D.

for the first phase of construction, occupation and demolition, A.D. for the second phase and A.D. L'A montre qu'en fait ce bateau a ete construit pout la Classis Britannica, flotte romaine du transport de troupes dans les iles britanniques The Excavation of the Roman Forts of the Classis.

1> Philp, B. J.,The Excavation of the Roman Forts of the Classis Britannica at Dover (Monograph). SKE SKE Sources and further reading. This produces a quadrilateral plan for the fort measuring m by 92m with its long axis roughly north south.

(1) 1> Philp, B. J.,The Excavation of the Roman Forts of the Classis Britannica at Dover (Monograph). SKE Sources and further reading. 16th annual report of the Canterbury Archaeological Trust.The excavation of the Roman forts of the Classis Britannica at Dover, The extensive archaeological programme of rescue-excavation ahead of report in the Kent monograph series).The Excavation of the Roman Forts of the Classis Britannica at Dover - Brian Philp: Published by Dover: Kent Archaeological Rescue Unit,