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Roman villa at Langton, near Malton, E. Yorkshire

Philip Corder

Roman villa at Langton, near Malton, E. Yorkshire

by Philip Corder

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Published by Roman Antiquities Committee of the Yorkshire Archaeological Society in York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Philip Corder and John L. Kirk ; with contributions by K.B. Blackburn ... [et al.].
SeriesReport / Roman Malton and District -- no.4
ContributionsKirk, John L., Yorkshire Archaeological Society. Roman Antiquities Committee.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16567062M

Yorkshire villas Well 26 Castle Dykes 39• GROUP 3. Seven villas near Hovingham 45' Malton Oulston 47• Musley Bank 47 Crayke 48 Langton West 49 Bead lam 50 Langton 56' GROUP 4. Four east Yorkshire Harpham 66' villas Rudston 70 Grindale 96 Kilham 96 GROUP 5. Six South \1olds villas Brantingham f17 Bishop Burton 74 R. E. M. and T. V. Wheeler, Verulamium, a Belgic and two Roman Cities (Report of the Research Committee of the Society of Antiquaries, London, no. XI, ), cited as Verulamium. 75 Ritterling, E., ‘ Das frührömische Lager bei Hofheim im Taunus,’ Annalen des Vereins für Nassauische Altertumskunde und Geschichtsforschung XL (

Winterton Roman Villa: An Interim Report - Volume 46 Issue 1 - I. M. Stead Skip to main content We use cookies to distinguish you from other users and to provide you with a better experience on our websites. Beadlam Roman villa is a Roman villa situated on the east bank of the River Riccal in North Yorkshire, is in the district of Ryedale between Helmsley and the village of Beadlam. The Scheduled Ancient Monument is the remains of a large Romano-British farm built in the third and fourth centuries AD. The site was first explored in when Romano-British tile and pot and tesserae were.

The village of Hovingham is pleasantly situated in a richly wooded district, with a station on the Malton and Thirsk branch of the North Eastern railway, 8 miles from Helmsley, 9 W.N.W. of Malton, and 17 N.E. of York. A charter for a market was granted in , and renewed by George II., in A ROMAN VILLA AT LANGTON, NEAR MALTON, E. rORKSHIRE (Roman Malton and District, Report no. 4). Roman Anti-quities Committee of the Yorks. Arch. Society, obtainable at IO, Park Place, Leeds, or 6, Clifton, York, Pp. 99, with 30 text figures and z8 plates. 15S. 6d. This is the first villa in northern Britain to receive the careful.


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) Review by: I. Derventio, sometimes described as Derventio Brigantium (Latin for "Derventio of the Brigantes") in order to distinguish it from other places called Derventio, was a Roman fort and settlement located beneath the modern town of Malton in North Yorkshire, fort is positioned 18 miles [dubious – discuss] north-east of Eboracum on the River Derwent.

The Romans in Yorkshire A Concise History. by Ingrid Barton. Julius Caesar invaded Britain in 55 BC but the Romans did nothing more until 43 AD when the Emperor Claudius, ostensibly at the request of a British king, landed near what is now Colchester and began a conquest of the land.

A village in the Yorkshire Wolds but, north of the official East Riding of Yorkshire, and about 3 miles south of MALTON.

Langton is small charming village south of Malton in North Yorkshire, though I've classed it as a Wolds village since it is set in rolling farmland, low hills and horse training establishments and it is in the northern part.

The Roman Pottery at Throlam, Holme-on-Spalding Moor, East Yorkshire. Roman Malton and District Report 3 (). Hull. Corder and KirkCorder, P. and Kirk, J. A Roman Villa at Langton, near Malton, East Yorkshire.

Roman Malton and District Report 4 (). Leeds. Standard numbering of samian ware forms, after Dragendorf, H. Brief Accounts of Each Roman road in Yorkshire.

The map below is interactive - simply click on any road to bring up a brief summary. Alternatively, below the map is a list of all the known, probably and claimed roads in Yorkshire - each road name is clickable and will.

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Langton is a village and civil parish in the Ryedale district of North Yorkshire, the village lay in the historic county boundaries of the East Riding of is situated miles (6 km) south from the market town of population at the Census was less than A Roman Villa at Langton, near Malton, East Yorkshire (Roman Malton and District Reports no.4) Leeds: Yorkshire Archaeological Society; Corder, P.

and Kirk. "Roman Malton: a Yorkshire Fortress and its neighbourhood" in Antiquity Vol. 69–72; Curator. Kirk had amassed a collection of objects relating to the study of Social History. page note 4 Corder, P. and Romans, T., Excavations at the Roman Town at Brough, E.

Yorkshire, (Report vi, ). page note 5 Transactions of the Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society, new series (afterwards referred to as CIV2), xlvii, Mr.

Collier's exploration of the site of a Roman Villa at Harphan, inwas an important contribution to the study of roman Yorkshire.

At the time of his death he was engaged in the excavation of another villa near Langton, and in spite of failing health continued to take an interest in this important work to the last.Author of A Roman villa at Langton, near Malton, E.

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