4th – Webbed in 2003, but has been updated.

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A Corpus of Anglo-Saxon buckets

Jean Mary Cook, 2003

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Overview
History of the originating project
The purpose of the project
The post-humus publication of Jean M. Cook’s work on Early Anglo-Saxon buckets
Topic of research
Anglo-Saxon buckets
Geographic and temporal limits
A national corpus of Early Anglo-Saxon buckets from the 5th to 7th centuries AD
Information about Methods
Methods used to create the dataset
Jean Cook’s archive was created 1954-2000 and consists of notes on first hand examination of a class of artefacts called buckets dating from the Anglo-Saxon period in England. There are approximately 200 buckets described. Also included are published references, conservation and restoration reports, site records, correspondence regarding the buckets and drawings and photographs, and a database in Access Microsoft format.
In 2002 and 2003 Birte Brugmann added further material to the archive in the course of her work on a publication of the Corpus on the basis of Jean Cook’s paper and electronic database.
Copyright Information
The literary executors of the Jean Cook Archive held at the Oxford Institute of Archaeology are Dr Helena Hamerow, Miss Mary Hodges and Dr Tom Hassall. A letter to that effect from Jean Cook’s family is held at the Institute. Dr Birte Brugmann signed a contract with the Oxford Institute of Archaeology that places the copyright of the edited corpus with the University.
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5th – Webbed 2004, but updated. You really need to book to visualize what each bead type looks like, and exactly where each site is. However, I’ve got the book, so y’all could ask me for reference. It’s great in that you can use the bead database to do your own math and make your own conclusions, based of the grave you choose to look at. Maybe you’re choosing only ones have a particular type of bead, or have also a bucket, or some other item. By providing the entire dataset, we can be scholars, not just readers. BTW, this chart isn’t in the book, it would have been impossible to print.

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Beads from Anglo-Saxon Graves

Birte Brugmann, 2004

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Introduction
This digital archive consists of a downloadable spreadsheet containing information on a sample of 32,000 beads from Anglo-Saxon graves. The spreadsheet was produced as Table 11 of the following book:
Brugmann, Birte 2004, Glass beads from Early Anglo-Saxon Graves. A study on the provenance and chronology of glass beads from Anglo-Saxon Graves. Oxbow Books, Oxford.
ISBN: 1842171046
For further information or to purchase this book visit the website of Oxbow Books.
The research was carried out with the help of a post-doctoral research grant (1997/89) from the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft. The monograph was printed with the help of English Heritage and The Bead Study Trust.
To contact Birte Brugmann and for further information on Anglo-Saxon post excavation work visit her website.
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6th – Most of these are hosted on The Archaeology Data Service

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Project archives
Welcome to the Project archive section of the ADS Online Catalogue – ArchSearch
Archives can also be found when searching the ADS catalogue.
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United Kingdom Project archives
Overseas Fieldwork archives
Artefact based archives
Environmental archives
Hominin Studies

United Kingdom Project archives
English, Northern Irish, Scottish and Welsh National Programme Archives
ALSF – Aggregates Levy Sustainability Fund Project Overview – ADS / English Heritage
Defence Areas: a national study of Second World War anti-invasion landscapes in England – English Heritage
England’s Army Camps 1858-2000 – English Heritage
England’s Historic Seascapes – English Heritage
Extensive Urban Survey – English Heritage
Historic Farmsteads: Preliminary Characterisation – English Heritage, The Countryside Agency, The University of Gloucestershire
National Mapping Programme – English Heritage
Rapid Coastal Zone Assessment Surveys (RCZAS) – English Heritage
Beads from Anglo-Saxon Graves – Birte Brugmann
BMAPA Protocol for reporting finds of archaeological interest – Wessex Archaeology
Roman Brooches in Britain – Justine Bayley and Sarnia Butcher
Early Anglo-Saxon Buckets – Jean Mary Cook
HMJ Underhill Archive – Deborah Harlan & Megan Price
Imported Material in Atlantic Britain and Ireland – Ewan Campbell
Inclusive, Accessible, Archaeology – Universities of Reading & Bournemouth
Database of Implement Petrology for Britain – Council for British Archaeology
The Iron Trade in England and Wales 1500-1815: the charcoal iron industry and its transition to coke – Peter King
A database of Mesolithic Sites based on Wymer JJ and CJ Bonsall, 1977 – Charles Whyte
A Mortarium Bibliography for Roman Britain – KF Hartley and R Tomber with P Webster
RescuE of Completed Archaeological Projects (RECAP) – English Heritage
Samian Pottery, a Resource for the Study of Roman Britain and Beyond – Steven Willis
Prehistoric and Romano-British Kimmeridge Shale – G T Denford
On the Importance of Shipwrecks – Wessex Archaeology
Survey of Archaeological Specialists by Kenneth Aitchison
Technologies of enchantment: Celtic Art in Iron Age and Roman Britain – Duncan Garrow,Chris Gosden and JD Hill
TERPS – The English Rivers Project – Lorraine Mepham
The Viking and Anglo-Saxon Landscape and Economy (VASLE) Project – Julian Richards, John Naylor and Caroline Holas-Clark
English Regions
North
Aggregate Extraction and the Geoarchaeological Heritage of the Ribble Valley – University of Liverpool & Oxford Archaeology North
Ambleside Roman Fort finds database – Ambleside Museum & Armitt Library:
Bremetenacum, Excavations at Roman Ribchester 1980, 1989-1990 by K. Buxton and C. Howard-Davis
Burrow House Farm, Cottam – J D Richards
The Roman Cemetery at Brougham, Cumbria Excavations 1966-67 – Mark Bell and Hilary Cool
Breaking Through Rock Art Recording: 3D laser scanning of megalithic rock art – University of Durham
Cheviot Quarry Northumberland: Excavation and Interpretation – Archaeological Research Services
Evaluating Aggregate in North West England: The Effectiveness of Geophysical Survey – Terra Nova
Fading Rock Art Landscapes: evaluating the database in rock-art landscape research – University of Durham
Greenhow Hill Lead Mines Survey – Nidderdale AONB & Northern Mines Research Society
National Museums Liverpool Excavation Archives – National Museums Liverpool
The Nidderdale AONB Archaeological Survey Archiving Project – North Yorkshire County Council & Lancaster University Archaeological Unit
Rapid Coastal Zone Assessment: Yorkshire and Lincolnshire – Humber Field Archaeology
Rapid Coastal Zone Assessment: North East – Archaeological Research Services
Roman Piercebridge – Barbican Research Associates
Roman Villas in the North of England – Martin Burroughs
Thornborough Henges: Air Photo Mapping Project. – Archaeological Services WYAS
Thornborough, North Yorkshire: Neolithic and Bronze-Age monument complex – Newcastle University
Wearmouth and Jarrow Monastic Sites: Volume 2 Appendix C, 2006 – Rosemary Cramp
West Yorkshire Archaeology Service geophysics archive – West Yorkshire Archaeology Service

Midlands
The Excavation of the Cleatham Anglo-Saxon Cemetery, North Lincolnshire – Kevin Leahy
Clee Hills Project, Shropshire – University of Birmingham
Trial excavations on the site of a seventeenth-century clay tobacco pipe kiln near Cleobury Mortimer, Shropshire, 2001 – David A. Higgins
Creswell Crags Management of Pleistocene Archives and Collections. – Creswell Heritage Trust
Cultural heritage management and the palaeo-environmental resource: Surveying the surface-visable palaeochannel record in the Trent Valley, UK – Steve Baker, University of Sheffield
Excavations at the Viking Barrow Cemetery at Heath Wood, Ingleby, Derbyshire – J D Richards
Fieldwalking the cropmark landscape on the Sherwood Sandstone of Nottinghamshire – Daryl Garton
Land south-west of Ripple, Worcestershire – WHEAS
Lower Lugg Archaeology and Aggregates Resource Assessment – Herefordshire Archaeology
Nene Valley: Archaeological and Environmental Synthesis – Northamptonshire Archaeology
Retreat Farm Quarry, Grimley, Worcestershire – WHEAS
Warwickshire Assessment of Archaeological Resource in Aggregate Areas – Warwickshire County Council
Wasperton Anglo-Saxon Cemetery – Martin Carver
Where Rivers Meet: Landscape, Ritual, Settlement and the Archaeology of River Gravels – University of Birmingham
Willington, South Derbyshire – Matthew Beamish
Worcestershire Aggregates Resource Assessment – WHEAS

East Anglia
Flixton Quarry (Tarmac), Suffolk – Suffolk County County Council Archaeological Service
Lodge Farm, St Osyth, Essex – Essex County Council Field Archaeology Unit
Mucking – Prehistoric and Roman – Cambridge Archaeological Unit
Suffolk River Valleys Project – Suffolk County County Council Archaeological Servic
The Sutton Hoo Research Project 1983-2001 – Complied and edited by Martin Carver
West Stow, Lackford Bridge, Suffolk – Suffolk County County Council Archaeological Service

London and South East
Archaeological Survey of Mineral Extraction Sites around the Thames Estuary Essex County Council
Chalgrove Manor, Harding’s Field, Chalgrove, Oxfordshire – Oxford Archaeology
Channel Tunnel Rail Link Section 1, Phase 1 Archaeological Archive: Evaluation and Interim Excavation Data – Union Railways Ltd
Christ Church, Spitalfields: investigations of the burial crypt 1984-1986 – Friends of Christ Church Spitalfields
The Cluniac priory and abbey of St Saviour Bermondsey, Surrey: excavations 1984-95 Museum of London Archaeology
Downland Settlement and Land-use: The Archaeology of the Brighton Bypass Edited by D. Rudling
Eynsham Abbey Excavations – Oxford Archaeological Unit
The eastern cemetery of Roman London: excavations 1983-1990 Bruno Barber and David Bowsher
Facing the Palace: Excavations in front of the Roman Palace at Fishbourne – John Manley & David Rudkin
Guildford Castle Excavations – Surrey Archaeological Society
Hampshire – assessment of archaeological resource in aggregate areas – Cornwall Historic Environment Service
Hartshill, Berkshire – Cotswold Archaeology
The Hazardous Project – Hampshire & Wight Trust for Maritime Archaeology
Hill Hall: a singular house devised by a Tudor intellectual – Christopher Catling
Medway Valley Palaeolithic Project – Francis Wenban-Smith
Newham Museum Archive – Newham Museum Service Archaeology Centre
Novum Inventorium Sepulchrale – Kentish Anglo-Saxon graves and grave-goods in the Sonia Hawkes archive – Deborah Harlan and Birte Brugmann
Palaeolithic Archaeology of the Sussex/Hampshire Coastal Corridor – Martin Bates
Roman barrows and their landscape context: a GIS case study at Bartlow, Cambridgeshire – Hella Eckardt and Peter Brewer
Royal Opera House Excavations, 1996 – Museum of London Archaeological Services
Stopes Palaeolithic Archive Francis Wenban-Smith
The Depositional and Landscape Histories of Dungeness Foreland and the Port of Rye A. Long, M. Waller, A. Plater and H. Roberts

South West
The Archaeology of Glastonbury Abbey on-line – Jerry Sampson and the Trustees of Glastonbury Abbey
Boden Vean Fogou, Cornwall – Charlie Johns & James Gossip
Bioarchaeology of the Culverwell Shell Midden – K D Thomas
Charlestown Shipwreck and Heritage Centre – Kevin Camidge
Cleveland Farm, Ashton Keynes, Wiltshire – Wessex Archaeology
Coln Gravel, Thornhill Farm, Fairford, Gloucestershire. Oxford Archaeology
The Eagle in the Landscape: The Archaeology of the Cotswold Water Park – Oxford Archaeology
Excavation at Bantham, South Devon and Post-Roman trade in south-west England – Exeter Archaeology
Excavations at Danebury hillfort, Hampshire – The Danebury Trust
Excavations at Spratsgate Lane, Somerford Keynes, Gloucestershire – Gloucestershire County Council Archaeology Service
Gwithian, Cornwall: Excavations 1949-1969 – Cornwall HES
Fyfield and Overton Landscape Project – P J Fowler
Higher Barracks, Exeter – Richard Parker
Landscape Archaeology and Community in Devon: An Oral History Approach – David Harvey
Latton Lands Gravel Pit, North Wiltshire – Oxford Archaeology
National Mapping Programme: The Leadon Valley Sand and Gravel Aggregate Area (Leadon Valley ALSF) – Gloucestershire County Council Archaeology Service
The Nailsea Glassworks, Nailsea, North Somerset: A Study of the History, Archaeology, Technology and the Human Story by Andrew F. Smith
Pig Measurements From Durrington Walls – Umberto Albarella & Sebastian Payne
The Palaeolithic Rivers of Southwest Britain – Professor A.G Brown, Dr R.T. Hosfield, Dr L.S. Basell, Dr P. Toms, Dr S. Hounsell and R. Young
Purbeck Papers by David A. Hinton
Rill Cove Finds Recording Project – Kevin Camidge
Royal Anne Galley Marine Environmental Assessment: Phase 1 Desk-based Assessment – Cornwall County Council
Somerset Aggregate Landscape – Somerset County Council
Somerset Aggregates Lithic Assessment – Somerset County Council
St Anthony Finds Record – Kevin Camidge
Stonehenge 20th Century Excavations Databases – Wessex Archaeology
Thornhill Farm, Fairford, Gloucestershire – Oxford Archaeology
A Late Bronze Age Pottery Production Site and Settlement at Foster’s Field, Tinney’s Lane, Sherborne, Dorset – Exeter Archaeology

Scotland
Construction and re-use of Bargrennan chambered cairns, South-West Scotland – Vicki Cummings and Chris Fowler
Dunadd: an Early Dalriadic Capital – E Campbell & A Lane
First Farmers Project – University of Stirling
Scalloway: A Broch, Late Iron Age Settlement and Medieval Cemetery – Niall Sharples
Scotland’s First Settlers – Caroline Wickham-Jones and Karen Hardy
Wales
Earthwork Castles of Gwent and Ergyng AD 1050-1250 – Dr Neil Phillips
Llandough: The Early Medieval Monastic Cemetery at Llandough, Glamorgan – Cotswold Archaeology
Iron Age and Roman Coins from Wales – P Guest & N Wells
A database of Mesolithic Sites based on Wymer JJ and CJ Bonsall, 1977 – Charles Whyte
The Welsh Roundhouse – E Ghey & R Johnston
Overseas Fieldwork Archives
Ager Tarraconensis Field Survey Project – M Millett and S Keay
Archaeology, Nationalism and Heritage in Islamic Society: a Turkish Case Study – David Shankland
Ave Valley Survey Project, Porto, Portugal – M Millett
Contextual analysis of the use of space at two Near Eastern Bronze Age sites : Tell Brak (north-eastern Syria) and Kilise Tepe (southern Turkey) – R J Matthews & J N Postgate
Earth, Water, Fleece and Fabric by Penny Dransart
Excavations at Kissonerga-Mosphilia, Cyprus, 1979-1992 – Edgar Peltenburg et al
Excavations at Kissonerga-Mylouthkia, Cyprus, 1976-1996 – Edgar Peltenburg et al
Körös culture settlement, subsistence and environment: investigations of the Early Neolithic Körös culture site of Ecsegfalva 23, Co. Békés, Hungary – Alasdair Whittle
The Laconia Survey Project – Graham Shipley et al
The Romanesque Fonts of Northern Europe and Scandinavia by C.S. Drake
The Ancient Saar Project – Robert Killick
San Vincenzo 5 – Excavations of San Vincenzo Maggiore and the Associated Temporary and Collective Workshops – Richard Hodges, Sarah Leppard & John Mitchel
Smouha District, Alexandria, Egypt: Report on geophysical survey, November 2004 – Dr Sally-Ann Ashton
Stone Age Occupation of the Mékrou Valley Southwest Niger, West Africa – Dr Vicky Winton
Sydney Cyprus Survey Project: Digital Archive – A. Bernard Knapp and Michael Given
Troodos Archaeological and Environmental Survey Project – Michael Given, Vasiliki Kassianidou, A. Bernard Knapp, Jay Noller, Hugh Corely & Luke Sollars
Upper Tisza Project 1991-2004: Studies in Hungarian Landscape Archaeology – University of Durham/Dept. of Archaeology and Eötvös Loránd University/Institute of Archaeological Science, Budapest
VENUS: Virtual ExploratioN of Underwater Sites – Port-Miou C wreck, Marseille – Pierre Drap, CNRS
The British Archaeological Expedition to the ancient emporium of Vetren – Pistiros, central Bulgaria – Dr. Z. Archibald, University of Liverpool
Resources created by partners in the ARENA project.
Dankirke, Denmark – Danish National Agency for Cultural Heritage
Hjelm, Denmark – Danish National Agency for Cultural Heritage
Vorbasse, Denmark – Danish National Agency for Cultural Heritage
Hofstaðir, Iceland – Institute of Archaeology, Iceland
Hegge and Egge, Norway – The Museum Project, Norway
Kowalewko, Poland – Poznan Archaeological Museum, Poland
Biskupin Archaeological Reserve, Poland – Poznan Archaeological Museum, Poland
The Archaeological Repertory of Romania: Sites Location Index – The Institute for Cultural Memory, Romania
The Archaeological Repertory of Romania: Archive Digitisation Project – The Institute for Cultural Memory, Romania

Artefact based archives
Ambleside Roman Fort finds database – Ambleside Museum & Armitt Library:
Beads from Anglo-Saxon Graves – Birte Brugmann
The Excavation of the Cleatham Anglo-Saxon Cemetery, North Lincolnshire – Kevin Leahy
Charlestown Shipwreck and Heritage Centre – Kevin Camidge
Database of Implement Petrology for Britain – Council for British Archaeology
Early Anglo-Saxon Buckets – Jean Mary Cook
Imported Material in Atlantic Britain and Ireland – Ewan Campbell
The Palaeolithic Rivers of Southwest Britain – Professor A.G Brown, Dr R.T. Hosfield, Dr L.S. Basell, Dr P. Toms, Dr S. Hounsell and R. Young
Prehistoric and Romano-British Kimmeridge Shale – G T Denford
Rill Cove Finds Recording Project – Kevin Camidge
St Anthony Finds Record – Kevin Camidge
Roman Brooches in Britain – Justine Bayley and Sarnia Butcher
Samian Pottery, a Resource for the Study of Roman Britain and Beyond – Steven Willis
Quantifying the Functional Utility of Handaxe Symmetry: An Experimental Butchery Approach – Anna Machin, Robert Hosfield and Steven Mithen
The Viking and Anglo-Saxon Landscape and Economy (VASLE) Project – Julian Richards, John Naylor and Caroline Holas-Clark

Environmental archives
Bioarchaeology of the Culverwell Shell Midden – K D Thomas
The Origin and Spread of Neolithic Plant Economies in the Near East and Europe – Stephen Shennan and James Conolly
Pig Measurements From Durrington Walls – Umberto Albarella & Sebastian Payne
Radiocarbon dating bone samples recovered from gravel sites – Oxford Radiocarbon Accelerator Unit,
Reburial of Organic Archaeological Remains – David Hogan, Mark Jones, Paul Simpson & Edward Maltby
Soil erosion, agricultural terracing and site formation processes at Markiani, Amorgos, Greece – C A I French
University of York Environmental Archaeology Unit digital archive – Harry Kenward / Allan Hall
WAMAP: Wessex Archaeology Metric Archive Project – Jessica Grimm

Hominin Studies
Advanced computer modelling of hominin dispersal from Africa: integrating archaeological and palaeoclimatic simulations. – Paul Valdes et al
Cercopithecine models as a contextual framework for human evolution – Sarah Elton
Neanderthal climate preferences and tolerances: the need for a better chronology – Rupert Housley et al
Palaeoinformatic approach to the context of the earliest human dispersals (PACED) – Alan Turner et al
Here is a list of the resources available through ArchSearch

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