A Research Framework for the Archaeology of Wales

Southeast Wales – Post Medieval, key sites

22/12/2003

 

 

Transport

 

BRECON FOREST TRAM ROAD

Hughes 1990

 

ABERDARE TRAMROADS and RAILWAYS

Mear 1999

 

MONNOW BRIDGE

Rowlands 1993; 1994

 

GLAMORGANSHIRE CANAL (part SAM)

 

PENYDARREN TRAMROAD

 

Industry

 

ABERCARN BLAST FURNACE

Burtandetal. 1997

 

CEFN CRIBBWR IRONWORKS (SAM)

Marvelled al 1996

 

PENTYRCH IRONWORKS

Lawler 1994

 

CLYDACH IRONWORKS

Wilson 1990

 

MORFA and HAFOD COPPERWORKS, SWANSEA

Hughes 2000

 

NEATH ABBEY IRONWORKS (SAM)

Ince 2001

 

CYFARTHFA IRONWORKS (SAM)

CAP unpublished

 

BLAENAVON IRONWORKS (SAM) MORRISTON CASTLE (SAM)

 

WINCH FAWR EARLY MINING (SAM)

 

DOWLAIS FREE DRAINAGE SYSTEM

 

BLAENAVON EARLY MINING (SCOURING)

Wakelin 1996

 

PORT EYNON SALTHOUSE; FORTIFIED WAREHOUSE (SAM)

Wilkinson et al 1998; Spurgeon et al. 1997

 

MARSH HOUSE FORTIFIED WAREHOUSE

Spurgeon and Thomas 1997

 

NANTGARW CHINA WORKS SAM

Murphy et al. 1997

 

CAERLEON CLAY PIPE KILN

Cessford 1998

 

Urban centres

 

MONMOUTH (MONNOW STREET)

Marvell 2000

 

THE RHONDDA

Powell and Fisk 1991

 

Rural settlement

 

LLANMAES

Newman and Wilkinson 1996

 

CEFN MABLY

Howell 2002

 

THE GNOLL, NEATH

Currieefa/. 1996

See RCAHMW Glamorgan Inventory 41,42

 

Agriculture and subsistence

 

GWENT LEVELS

Rippon 1996; 1997

 

MILL BARN LLANTARNAM

Page unpublished

 

Religious

?

 

Military

 

CAERPHILLY CIVIL WAR REDOUBT

Spurgeon and Thomas 2001

 

LAVERNOCK POINT RCAHMW 2001

 

FLAT HOLM RCAHMW 2001

 

Maritime

 

TREDUNNOCK BOAT

McGrail and Parry 1991

 

 

 

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