by Department of Prehistory and Archaeology, University of Sheffield in (Sheffield) .
Written in English
|Statement||by John Collis with contributions by Barry Ager ... (et al.).|
|Contributions||Ager, Barry., University of Sheffield. Department of Prehistory and Archaeology.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||118|
Location- Wigber Low, Kniveton, Derbyshire. O.S Grid Reference-SK The cairn is on private land but it is accessible from the footpath that leads below Wigber Low, it only being a very short uphill uninterrupted walk from the path. Apr 08, · Wigber Low & Bradbourne April 8, by chrisseddonweddingphotographer Years ago I bought a book called Archaeology Walks in the Peak District and having only dipped into it a few times over the years, doing 1 or 2 of the walks listed, I decided to put it to good use. Collis, J. () Wigber Low Derbyshire: A Bronze Age and Anglian Burial site in the White Peak. Department of Archaeology and Prehistory, University of Sheffield. Davies, W. and Vierk, H. "The contexts of Tribal Hidage: social aggregates and settlement patterns", in Frühmittelalterliche Studien, viii () Dumville, cyrusofficial.comms: East Anglia, Essex, Kent, Mercia, . The Anglian burial at Wigber Low. And on the subject of crystal balls these early medieval European decorative artifacts were often worn suspended from a loose girdle belt at the waist. Many years ago I excavated a feature that had obviously been constructed into the top of a Bronze Age fleshing platform at Wigber Low, Derbyshire.
May 10, · For those thinking about going on the History Society walk on Monday evening here are some snippets about this fascinating hill, that has been used by man for some five or so thousand years. The name Wigber probably means Wicga' barrow or burial mound, Wicga being an Anglo-Saxon personal name. Low, also Anglo-Saxon, literally. This amulet was also excavated from Wigber low in the same year and comprises of a beaver tooth mounted in a ribbed gold tube with a small suspension loop. Teeth of animals are often found in Anglo-Saxon graves, but beaver teeth most commonly only appear in 7th Century graves, which is the date of this particular object. Buy Wigber Low, Derbyshire: A Bronze Age and Anglian Burial Site in the White Peak 1st by John Collis (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on 5/5(1). John Collis with contributions by Barry Ager, Wigber Low, Derbyshire, a Bronze Age and Anglian burial site in the White Peak (Sheffield, Dep. of Prehist. and Archaeol., Univ. of Sheffield ) John Barnatt; John Collis (). Barrows in the Peak District: Recent Research. J.R. Collis.
Collis, J., (). Wigber Low, Derbyshire: a Bronze Age and Anglian burial site in the White Peak. used books, rare books and new books Wigber Low, Derbyshire: Bronze Age and Anglian Burial Site in the White Peak [Oct 01, ] Collis, John. Find and compare hundreds of millions of new books, used books, rare books and out of print books from over , booksellers and 60+ websites worldwide. John Collis’s most popular book is The Celtic World. Books by John Collis. John Collis Average rating · ratings · 24 reviews · shelved times Wigber Low, Derbyshire: A Bronze Age and Anglian Burial Site in the White Peak by. John Collis. Posts about Derbyshire written by chrisseddonweddingphotographer. Harthill Moor, for those who aren’t familiar with this part of the Peak District, is next door to Stanton Moor (see my previous post on Stanton Moor here).Of my brief time spent exploring the southern end .