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Roman Lancashire, or, A description of Roman remains in the County Palatine of Lancaster

William Thompson Watkin

Roman Lancashire, or, A description of Roman remains in the County Palatine of Lancaster

by William Thompson Watkin

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Published by The author in Liverpool .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby W. Thompson Watkin.
The Physical Object
Paginationvii, 255p., 2 folded leaves, 5 leaves of plates :
Number of Pages255
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17458889M

   Lancashire, John Owen / Emanuel Bowen, c Price: LANCASHIRE A county map with description, surmounted by a decorative cartouche showing details of the Road from York to Lancaster. On the reverse side is a strip road map starting in Merionethshire and passing through Harlech and northwards as far as :// Roman Lancashire; or, A description of Roman remains in the County Palatine of Lancaster, by W. Thompson The letters of John Hawkins and Samuel and Daniel Lysons, with special reference to the Roma Roman London; The archaeology of Exmoor: Bideford Bay to

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Green cloth boards with DJ. 18cm x 11cm. Pp. x, Previous owner's neat stamp on free endpaper. Very good condition. Clean and fresh. DJ - good with some marking and rubbing - now laminated. 2nd impression. London: The English Universities Press Ltd., This book is part of the 'Teach yourself History' series. General Editor: A L :// /political-history/agricola-and-roman-britain-by-a-r-burn. The land that lay between the Ribble and Mersey, Inter Ripam et Mersam, was included in the returns for Cheshire. The Ribblehead Viaduct or Batty Moss Viaduct carries the Settle–Carlisle railway across Batty Moss in the Ribble Valley at Ribblehead, in North Yorkshire, England. It lies on the banks of the River Ribble, 6 mi northwest of Blackburn and 12 mi east of ://


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Thompson Watkin. Liverpool, ?view[layout]=buchseite_item&search. Roman Lancaster. by W Thompson Watkins | 1 Jan Paperback Roman Lancashire: Or, A Description Of Roman Remains In The County Palatine Of Lancaster.

by William Thompson Watkin | 23 Aug Hardcover £ £ FREE Delivery by Amazon Halton Parish Roman and Saxon Remains RectorsThe Parish ChurchCharitiesHalton HallAughton The History of the County Palatine and Duchy of Lancaster, Volume 1 Edward Baines Full view - The History of the County Palatine and Duchy of Lancaster, Volume 2 Edward Baines, William Robert Whatton, Brooke Herford Full view - The   The Roman Road from Ribchester to Catterall (for Lancaster) Margary Number: aa (unofficial) Distance: miles ( miles to Lancaster) How did the Romans get from Ribchester to Lancaster.

This has been one of Lancashire's biggest puzzles for over Vol 7: The Victoria history of the county of Lancaster. Edited by William Farrer and J. Brownbill. The history of the parish of Preston in Amounderness in the county of Lancaster.

History of the borough of Preston and its environs, in the county of Lancaster. Vol 1: History of the county palatine and duchy of ://   Lancashire takes its name from the city of Lancaster, whose name means 'Roman fort on the River Lune', combining the name of the river with the Old English cæster, which derived from the Roman word for a fort or camp.

Official documents often called it the "County of Lancaster" rather than Lancashire; "Lancastershire" occurs in late 14th century, and Leland was still using it in Watkins, William Thompson Roman Lancashire:or, a description of Roman remains in the county Palatine of Lancaster, self-published.

Went, David and Stewart Ainsworth “Whitley Castle, Northumberland: an Analytical Survey of the Fort and its Setting,” Britannia (JSTOR: paywall) Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): (external link) http   "BURROW-WITH-BURROW, a township in the parish of Tunstall, hundred of Lonsdale, in the county palatine of Lancaster, 2 miles to the S.E.

of Kirkby Lonsdale South of the Sands. It is situated on the river Lune, where the Leek brook falls into it. Numerous Roman remains, consisting of pavements, altars, coins, &c., have been ://   The county palatine and the duchy of Lancaster, with regard to extent, are quite distinct.

The duchy has a separate chancery court, with a chancellor, attorney-general, and other officers, having an equity jurisdiction within the limits of the duchy. Lancashire contains many interesting objects of antiquity, including several Roman ://   Lancaster. A parish comprising the borough, port, and market town of Lancaster, having separate jurisdiction, the chapelries of Caton, Gressingham, Overton, Poulton, and Over Wyersdale, and the townships of Aldcliffe, Ashton with Stodday, Bare, Bulk, Heaton with Oxcliffe, Middleton, Quernmoor, Scotforth, Skerton, Thurnham, and Torrisholme, in the hundred of LONSDALE, south of the sands, DESCRIPTION + / -Wigan is generally accepted as the site of the Roman settlement Coccium, a Roman camp or settlement which probably occupied land adjacent to the River Douglas.

However, for a long time there was doubt over whether or not Wigan was actually the site of Roman 'Coccium' and, moreover, there was further confusion over the exact ?hob_id= Roman (35) ARCHI has found within 10 km of, Dolphinholme, Lancashire 35 Roman archaeological / historic / ancient sites and monuments.

See below for details of these sites. Data gathered from old ordnance survey (OS) maps, tithe maps, field names, aerial photographs, reports of antiquity findspots, archaeological excavation, research of old and historic documents and by archaeologists, field ?PlacenameFrom.

Kirkham in the County Palatine of Lancaster (Manchester: Chetham Society, ). 22 For example the exact location of the Kirkham/Wesham boundary has caused confusion in many sources.

The boundary runs to the Wrongway Brook, south of the railway line. Therefore the Jennifer Final e-Thesis (Master Copy).pdf. The History of the County Palatine and Duchy of Lancaster, Volume 2 The History of the County Palatine and Duchy of Lancaster, Edward Baines Volume 2 of The History of the County Palatine and Duchy of Lancaster: The Biographical Department, Edward Baines: Editors: William Robert Whatton, John Harland, Brooke Herford: Publisher: Routledge,   Dalton-in-Furness.

A parish in the hundred of LONSDALE, north of the sands, county palatine of LANCASTER, comprising the market town of Dalton, the chapelry of Ireleth, and the townships of Hawcoat-above-town and Yarleside, and containing 2, inhabitants, of which number, are in the town of Dalton, 25 miles ( W.) from Lancaster, and ( N.) from.

Like many old Lancashire families, the Norrises were staunch Roman Catholics - until inthat is, when Thomas Norris became the first head of the family to convert to Protestantism.

Nevertheless he was regarded as a Royalist during the Civil Wars which resulted in the punitive confiscation of the Norris Estates by Parliament - these were Vol 2: Remains, historical & literary, connected with the palatine counties of Lancaster and Chester.

Vol 3: Remains, historical and literary, connected with the palatine counties of Lancaster and Chester. Vol 4: Remains, historical and literary, connected with the palatine counties of Lancaster and ://Roman Lancashire: or, A description of Roman remains in the County Palatine of Lancaster / by W.

Thompson Watkin. DA W35 A To rule Britannia: the Claudian invasion of Britain, AD 43 /