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Roystone Grange Archaeological Trail.

Richard Hodges

Roystone Grange Archaeological Trail.

by Richard Hodges

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Published by Univ.Sheffield,Dept.of Prehistory & Archaeol. .
Written in English


The Physical Object
PaginationD8.12. 13ill.
Number of Pages13
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18396952M
ISBN 100906090202

ROYSTONE GRANGE HALL- SK The on-site information board gives the following details - Roystone Grange was a monastic sheep farm. From the 12th century to the REQUEST TO REMOVE Glynn Roe's Ancestors and Family. Wall-to-Wall History: The Story of Roystone Grange. London: Duckworth (Winner of British Archaeological Book of the Year ); (republished as Roystone Grange. years of a Peakland landscape, Stroud, Tempus, ) Edited (with K. Smith), Recent Developments in the Archaeology of the Peak District.

A circular walk from the head of the dale at Monyash. The dale is one of the best in the area and has all the usual limestone ingredients: dry valleys, caves, disappearing rivers, gorge, crystal-clear water, rock-strewn paths, wooded sides and some. This ruined barrow with its equally ruined cist lies about m from the Roystone Grange Trail. Although the NMR reckons the barrow is largely undisturbed apart from in the NW. Named after the stone shed that stands nearby which was once used as an explosives store the barrow has good views out over the Roystone Valley.

Named an Officer of the British Empire in , Dr. Hodges is the author of 10 books, on such subjects as archaeology and the beginnings of English society, primitive and peasant markets, and towns and trade in the age of Charlemagne. His Wall-to-Wall History: The Story of Roystone Grange was the British Archaeological Book of the Year. He. Named an Officer of the British Empire in , Hodges is the author of 10 books on such subjects as archaeology and the beginnings of English society, primitive and peasant markets and towns and trade in the age of Charlemagne. His "Wall-to-Wall History: The Story of Roystone Grange" was the British Archaeological Book of the Year.


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Roystone Grange Archaeological Trail by Richard Hodges Download PDF EPUB FB2

Richard Hodges OBE, FSA (born 29 September ) is a British archaeologist and president of The American University of Rome. A former professor and director of the Institute of World Archaeology at the University of East Anglia (–), Hodges is also the former Williams Director of the University of Pennsylvania Roystone Grange Archaeological Trail.

book of Archaeology and Anthropology in Alma mater: University of Southampton. Wall-to-Wall History: The Story of Roystone Grange. London: Duckworth (Winner of British Archaeological Book of the Year ); (republished as Roystone Grange. years of a Peakland landscape, Stroud, Tempus, ) Edited (with K.

Smith), Recent Developments in the Archaeology of the Peak District. Sheffield: Department of. Cross the track and follow a marked footpath downhill, passing under the High Peak Trail, to Roystone Grange, a fine example of a dry limestone valley.

Turn right along a track past the farm buildings following it up the valley until it meets Minninglow Lane near Roystone Cottages (grid ref. SK). Hodges, J. Thomas and M. Wildgoose () “The Barrow Cemetery at Roystone Grange” Derbyshire Archaeological Journal pAn account of the previous and current excavations of some eight bronze age barrows on the slopes leading up towards Minninglow and the High Peak Trail to the east of Roystone Grange.

The valley is steeped in Archaeological history dating back to the Neolithic, Bronze Age and Roman periods. The Grange is built on the site of a mediaeval monastery, the ruins of which are located yards further down the valley. Roystone Grange is centrally located to enjoy the attractions of the Peak National Park.

Medieval grange and field system, m south of Royston Grange is a Scheduled Monument in Ballidon, Derbyshire, England. See why it was listed, view it on a map, see visitor comments and photos and share your own comments and photos of this building.

Roystone Grange farmstead Derbyshire Peak District. An Information board describes the site history - "For three hundred years during Roman times farmers ploughed, sowed and reaped their crops in this valley, living off the land in an organised, self-sufficient small community.

Roystone Grange Farm is also excellently positioned for access to private schools, with Abbotsholme, S. Anselm's and Denstone College all within easy reach. Ashbourne, known as the Gateway to the Peak District, is a splendid market town in the Derbyshire Dales.

It contains many local amenities, independent shops and points of interest. Minninglow car park offers a diversion along the Roystone Grange Archaeological Trail but our route continues around the notorious right-angled Gotham Curve, in its day the tightest on the entire national railway system.

Apparently, as the train flexed round the bend, its driver and guard could reach out and shake hands. Derbyshire and Peak District books used as reference. Books and journals Hodges, R, Wall-to-wall History: the story of Roystone Grange, () Hodges, R, Wall-to-wall History: the story of Roystone Grange, () Legal This monument is scheduled under the Ancient Monuments and Archaeological Areas Act as amended as it appears to the Secretary of State to be of national importance.

Books and journals Hodges, R, Wall-to-wall History: the story of Roystone Grange, () Legal This monument is scheduled under the Ancient Monuments and Archaeological Areas Act as amended as it appears to the Secretary of State to be of national importance. Just make sure you don’t miss the left turn at Roystone Cottages and enjoy.

No wonder they call this a holiday. If you have time, stop at Roystone Grange to see the Roman farmstead and field system. Also, behind the church-like compressor house are the remains of a mediaeval grange. At the bottom end of Roystone is a huge limestone quarry. Wall-to-wall History by Richard Hodges and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Tag: Roystone Grange I hadn’t listed this place for quite some time and knew that the walk along the High Peak Trail from Wirksworth would give me a few opportunities to take photographs of the countryside around where I grew up.

Archaeological evidence then suggests occupation through the Iron Ages, Roman Period, Saxon period and. A secure future for the Roystone Grange Archaeological Trail: The shaping of Medieval north-western EuropeTim Pestell & Katharina Ulmschneider (ed.).

Markets in early Medieval Europe: trading and ‘productive’ sites, xvi+ pages, 94 figures, 4 tables. Macclesfield: Windgather; Shkëlqimi dhe rënia e Butrintit. Walk to the far end of Minninglow car park from the entrance and look for the first signpost 'Roystone Grange Trail'.

Follow the signposts and walk along the disused railway trackbed of the High Peak Trail towards the stone embankment below Minninglow Hill - passing a quarry on your left and Minninglow Grange to your right. Roystone Grange is another historic site, there is a newer farm built nearby now but during the 12th to 14th century it was the site of a monastic grange and sheep farm.

The sheep’s wool was exported to Europe, in the days when wool had value. Stone foundations of Roystone Grange’s original medieval hall and barn can still just be seen. One Step Walkers Covid Guidelines. Certain content may be out of date due to Covid restrictions. Please see our dedicated Covid Page for the latest information.; Walks are open to Ramblers Members Only.

The property also benefits from a manege and over eight acres of paddock land. Easy access to an extensive network of bridleways and High Peak Trail. Roystone Grange Farm 25/06/. University of Sheffield at Royston Grange.

Excavations and survey have revealed the grange buildings and identified the boundaries of the estate. The building were of some pretention but continued flooding of the site resulted in their abandonment at the end of the 13th century in favour of a drier site, the buildings then being used for stock.A walk around the Ballidon area with lots of interesting historic features, starting on the High Peak Trail to the Neolithic burials on Minninglow hill then the little known Pinders Rock near Longcliffe.

Next we have the Roman & Medieval settlement at Rainster Rocks, the remote 12th century All Saints church at Ballidon, up Parwich Hill, through Hoe Grange Quarry butterfly reserve to Roystone.Minninglow Hill, Roystone Grange and Cardlemere Lane Introduction to Walk Nat Park - Peak District - Lathkill Dale High Peak.

County/Area - Derbyshire. Author - Jake Robertson. Length - miles / km. Ascent - feet / metres. Time - 3 hours 20 minutes. Grade - easy/mod. A gentle Peak District walk across the pastures of the limestone plateau.