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Binchester Roman Fort (Binchester) - Source of Reference

The information on this website is based on a range of published and unpublished works. Below is a list of the source of information used in writing this record.

No. Originator(s) Date Title Notes
1 Ordnance Survey Archaeology Card NZ24SW16
2 Pevsner, N, Williamson, E 1983 The buildings of England: County Durham p.51
3 Birley, E 1954 Roman Durham Vol.CIII, page 195
4 Surtees, H.C 1922 History of the parish of Byers Green, including the townships of Newfield and Binchester pp.15-16
5 Anon 1938 Unknown Vol.28, page.178
6 Hoopell, Rev 1891 Vinovia, A buried Roman City
8 Dobson, B 1970 Roman Durham vol 2 p37
9 Fawcett, W C, Rainbird, J R May-1973 The Bathhouse, Binchester Fort
10 Wm.C.Fawcett 2001
11 Middleton, S, Pickin, J, Watson, I, Hammond, N 2004 Binchester Roman Fort in County Durham County Durham Books
12 Fawcett, W 2003 The Bishop Auckland Archaeological Research Groups and the Rescue of the Binchester Hypocaust Durham Archaological Journal vol 17, 9-12
13 GeoQuest 2004 geophysical survey of area of land adjacent to Binchester Roman Fort (Vinovia) Bishop Auckland
14 Still, D 1997 Binchester Roman Fort, A geophysical investigation of the fort and vicus undergrad dissertation
15 Bowman, A 1989 A study of the Roman Brick and tile from Binchester and Chester-le-Street Roman Fort
16 Archaeological Services University of Durham, Graham, D Aug-2005 Binchester Hall, Bishop Auckland, County Durham; archaeological evaluation
17 Binchester Roman Glass Report
18 2008 Roman Remains
19 Apr-2008 Take a Roman Holiday (right here in County Durham)
20 2008 An evaluation of Binchester Roman Fort Visitor Centre
21 Durham County Council Binchester
22 Durham County Council Binchester
23 Durham County Council Binchester
24 Durham County Council Binchester
25 Durham County Council Binchester
26 Clack, P. A. G., Gosling, P. F. 1975 Archaeology in the North Gazeteer
27 Ferris, I 2010 The Beautiful Rooms are Empty Excavations at Binchester Roman Fort, County Durham 1976 - 1981 and 1986 - 1991 Part 1
28 Ferris, I 2010 The Beautiful Rooms are Empty Excavations at Binchester Roman Fort, County Durham 1976 - 1981 and 1986 - 1991 Part 2
29 DCC Archaeology 2009 Binchester Roman Fort Guide Book
30 Anderson, D 1992 Roman military supply in North-East England : an analysis of and an alternative to the Piercebridge Formula
31 15-Jun-1991 Air Photograph of Binchester Roman Fort
32 Mason, D Feb-2012 Binchester after Rome Continuity or change in the Imperial twilight?
33 Fawcett, W Jun-2005 A Binchester Puzzle
34 Mason, D Jun-2014 Vinovia 'A buried Roman city in the conty of Durham'?
35 Ferris, I 2014 A Roman carved jet dog from Binchester Roman Fort, County Durham
36 Birbeck, V 2014 A Time Team evaluation at Binchester Roman fort, County Durham
37 Anderson, J D Nov-1991 The Piercebridge Formula in the North-east of England: an assessment and alternative method of supply to the Roman army
38 Turnball, P, Jones, R 1978 The Archaeology of the coal measures and magnesian limestone escarpment in co. Durham Bishop Auckland, Archaeology, no.48, page 33
39 Paynter, S 2006 Analyses of colourless Roman glass from Binchester, County Durham
40 Mason, D Jun-2016 Bathing at Binchester Creature comforts in the military north