Articles

2021

Cessford, C. 2021. Form, fabric and function: ceramic choices at Clapham's Coffeehouse, Cambridge. Medieval Ceramics 40: 11–22.

Cessford, C., Scheib, C.L., Guellil, M., Keller, M., Alexander, C., Inskip, S.A., Robb, J.E. 2021. Beyond plague pits: using genetics to identify responses to plague in medieval Cambridgeshire. European Journal of Archaeology DOI: 10.1017/eaa.2021.19 (link)

Newman, R. with Dickens, A. and Whittaker, P. 2021. Conspicuous consumption in a late medieval episcopal household: archaeological investigation at the Old Bishop’s Palace, Ely, 1995 – 2012. Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society 110: 129–158. 


Wiseman, R., Neil, B. and Mazzilli, F. 2021. Extreme Justice: Decapitations and Prone Burials in Three Late Roman Cemeteries at Knobb's Farm, Cambridgeshire. Britannia 52. DOI: 10.1017/S0068113X21000064 (free download | link)  

2020

Cessford, C. 2020. Middle Anglo-Saxon Downham Road, Ely: extending the West Fen Road site. Archaeological Journal 177 (1): 31–62. DOI: 10.1080/00665983.2019.1685299 (link)

Cessford, C. and Middleton, E. 2020. Excavations at Main Street, Little Thetford: investigating a medieval berewick. Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society 109: 184–194. 


Wiseman, R. 2020. Early to Middle Iron Age settlement and re-used Middle Bronze Age field systems at Knobb’s farm, Somersham, Cambridgeshire. Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society 109: 7–24. 


Wright, A. and Robinson Zeki, L. 2020 Late Bronze Age, Iron Age and Roman at Downham Road, Ely. Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society 109: 41–59.

 

2019

Cessford, C. 2019. ‘A Tale of Two Sibleys’: ceramic counter narratives, globalisation, individuality and the short span, the last century of the Ely pottery industry c. 1770–1870. Post-Medieval Archaeology 53 92): 266–283. DOI: 10.1080/00794236.2019.1654748 (link)

Knight, M., Ballantyne, R., Robinson Zeki, I. and Gibson, D. 2019. The Must Farm pile-dwelling settlement. Antiquity 93: 645–663. DOI: 10.15184/aqy.2019.38 (free download | link)


Lane, T., Hogan, S. and Robinson Zeki, L. 2019. Excavations of salterns at Fenland Way, Chatteris and Camel Road, Littleport, Cambridgeshire. Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society 108: 51–72. 

2018

Brittain, M., Evans, C. and Neil, B. 2018, contributors to Olalde, I. et al. 2018. The Beaker phenomenon and the genomic transformation of northwest Europe. Nature 555: 190–196. https://doi.org/10.1038/nature25738 (free download | link)

 

Cessford, C. 2018. Moving in mysterious ways: the use and discard of Cambridge college ceramics. Antiquity 92(364). 1076–1093. DOI: 10.15184/aqy.2018.115 (link

 

Cessford, C. 2018. Corporate Branding and Collegiate Coats of Arms as Logos: marked ceramics and the University of Cambridge. International Journal of Historical Archaeology 22: 883–904. DOI: 10.1007/s10761-017-0452-z (link)

Cessford, C. 2018. Cambridge colleges and their crockery, from the mid-18th century to the present day. English Ceramic Circle Transactions 28: 105–118.

Cessford, C. 2018. Educating Victorian children: a material culture perspective from Cambridge. In Crawford, S., Hadley, D.M. and Shepherd, G. (ed.) Oxford Handbook of the Archaeology of Childhood, pp. 228–250. Oxford: Oxford University Press. DOI: 10.1093/oxfordhb/9780199670697.001.0001  (link)


Cessford, C. 2018. The Augustinian Friary Cambridge. Medieval Archaeology 62: 403–409. DOI: I: 10.1080/00766097.2018.1535387 (link)

 

Evans C. 2018. Late Iron Age and Roman Resource assessment. Eastern Counties Regional Research Framework. East Anglian Archaeology & Historic England. (link)

 

Evans, C. 2018. Wetland Knowledges: Resource Specialisation (and Denial) in the East Anglian Fenlands. In Bakels, C.C., Bourgeois, Q.P.J., Fontijn, D.R. & Jansen, R. (ed.)  Local communities in the Big World of Prehistoric Northwest Europe, pp. 45-63. Leiden: Sidestone Press. 

2017

Cessford, C. 2017. Riparian Cambridge: archaeological excavations near the River Cam at WYNG Gardens, Thompson’s Lane, and elsewhere. Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society 106: 61–88.

Cessford, C. 2017. Throwing away everything but the kitchen sink? Large assemblages, depositional practice and post-medieval households in Cambridge. Post-Medieval Archaeology 51 (1): 164–193. DOI: 10.1080/00794236.2017.1308155 (link)

 

Cessford, C., Hall, A., Herring, V. and Newman, R. 2017. ‘To Clapham’s I go: a mid to late 18th-century Cambridge coffeehouse assemblage. Post-Medieval Archaeology 51(2): 372–426. DOI: 10.1080/00794236.2017.1363146 (link)

Evans, C. 2017. Wearing environment and making islands: Britain’s Bronze Age inland North Sea. Antiquity 89: 1110–1124. DOI: 10.15184/aqy.2015.99 (link)

Evans, C. and Sørensen, M.L.S with Allen, M.J., Appleby, J., Manuel Casimiro, T., French, C., Inskip, S., Lima, J., Newman, R., Richter, K.  and Scaife R. 2017. Finding Alcatrazes (and early Luso-African settlement), Santiago Island, Cape Verde. Antiquity Project Gallery (August 2017). DOI: 10.15184/aqy.2017.104. (free download | link)

2016

Cessford, C. 2016. Cambridge College Ceramics c. 1760–1900: a brief overview. Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society 105: 109–126. (free download | link)


Evans, C. 2017. Sentimental Prehistories: The construction of the Fenland past. In Gillings, M. and Pollard, J. (eds.) Landscape Archaeology: Critical Concepts in Archaeology, pp.283–314. Abingdon: Routledge. [Reprinted from: Journal of European Archaeology 5(2): 105–136 [1997]). (link)

Tabor, J., with Billington, L., Healey, F. and Knight, M. 2016. Early Neolithic Pits and Artefact Scatters at North Fen, Sutton Gault, Cambridgeshire. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society 82: 161–191. DOI: 10.1017/ppr.2016.2 (link

2015

Cessford, C. 2015. The St. John’s Hospital Cemetery and Environs, Cambridge: Contextualising the Medieval Urban Dead. Archaeological Journal 172: 52–120. DOI: 10.1080/00665983.2014.984960 (link)


Cessford, C. and Hall, A. 2015. Coffeehouse crockery: mid-18th-century ceramics from Clapham's coffeehouse in Cambridge. English Ceramic Circle Transactions 26: 199–214 (link)


Cessford, C. 2015. Chinese Porcelain from an Eighteenth-Century Cambridge Coffeehouse. Oriental Ceramic Society Newsletter 23: 25–29. (link)


Cessford, C. 2015. Howes: a hunting-related medieval hamlet near Cambridge? Medieval Archaeology 59: 319–322. DOI: 10.1080/00766097.2015.1134120 (link)


Evans, C. 2015. Disappearance Beyond Recall: A Social Context for Bronze Age Aurochs Extinction in Britain? Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society 81: 107–123. DOI: 10.1017/ppr.2015.6 (free download | link)


Evans, C., Brittain, M., Tabor, J. and Webb, D. 2015. Barrow aesthetics and fenland monuments. Antiquity Project Gallery 89 (347). (free view| link)

 

Newman, R. 2015. Planned Redevelopments in Medieval and Early Post-Medieval Chesterton. Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society 104: 89–105. (free download | link)

 

Tabor, J. 2015. Later Neolithic and Early Bronze Age activity at North Fen, Sutton Gault, Cambridgeshire. Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society 104: 31–54. (free download | link)

2014

Brittain, M., Sharples, N. and Evans, C. 2014. Excavations at Ham Hill, Stoke-sub-Hamdon, 2013. Proceedings of the Somerset Archaeology and Natural History Society 157: 125–128. 

Cessford, C. 2014. Assemblage biography and the life course: an archaeologically materialised temporality of Richard and Sarah Hopkins. International Journal of Historical Archaeology 18: 555–590. DOI: 10.1007/s10761-014-0270-5 (link)

Cessford, C. 2014. An Assemblage of Collegiate Ceramics: Mid-Nineteenth Century Dining at Trinity Hall, Cambridge. Archaeological Journal 171: 340–380. DOI: 10.1080/00665983.2014.11078270 (link)

Cessford, C. 2014. The archaeology of garden-related material culture: a case study from Grand Arcade, Cambridge, 1760–1940. Garden History 42(2): 257–265 (link)


Cessford, C. and Slater, A. 2014. Beyond the Manor of Hintona: Further thoughts on the development of Church End, Cherry Hinton: The Neath Farm Site. Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society 103: 39 – 60.  (free view | link)


Evans, C., Tabor J. and Vander Linden, M. 2014. Making time work: sampling floodplain artefact frequencies and populations. Antiquity 88: 241–58. DOI: 10.1017/S0003598X0005033X. (link


Garrow, D., Meadows, J., Evans, C. and Tabor, J. 2014. Dating the dead: a high-resolution radiocarbon chronology of burial within an Early Bronze Age barrow cemetery at Over, Cambridgeshire. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society 80: 207–236. DOI: 10.1017/ppr.2014.2 (link)

2013

Brittain, M., Evans, C. and Sharples, N. 2013. Excavations at Ham Hill, Stoke-sub-Hamdon. Proceedings of the Somerset Archaeology and Natural History Society 156: 160–162. 


Cessford, C. 2013. Different times, different materials and different purposes: Writing on objects at the Grand Arcade site in Cambridge. In: Piquette, K.E. and Whitehouse, R.D. (ed.) Writing as Material Practice: Substance, Surface and Medium, pp. 289–317. London: Ubiquity Press (link)

 

Cessford, C. and Dickens, A. 2013. Huntingdon Street, St. Neots: from Medieval Suburb to Early 20th Century Household. Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society 102: 93–110. (free download link)


Evans, C. 2013. ‘Cambridge, Hutchison Site, Addenbrooke’s’; ‘Fen Ditton, Greenhouse Farm’; ‘Langdale Hale and Camp Ground, Colne Fen, near Earith’. contributions to Perring, D. and Pitts, M. (ed.) Alien Cities: Consumption and the origins of urbanism in Roman Britain, pp. 69–72. London: Spoilheap Publications.


Evans, C. 2013. Against Narrative: Reading and Gauging Sequences. Landscapes 14: 103–112. DOI: 10.1179/1466203513Z.0000000003 (link)


Evans, C. Delivering Bodies unto Waters: A Late Bronze Age mid-stream midden settlement and Iron Age ritual complex in the fens. Antiquaries Journal 93: 55–79. DOI: 10.1017/S0003581513000279 (link)


Newman, R., Dickens, A. and Evans, C. 2013. Some Splendid Rooms: Further Archaeological and Architectural Investigations in Jesus College, Cambridge, 1998–2011. Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society 102: 73–92. (free download | link)

2012

Cessford, C. 2012. Life in a ‘Cathedral of Consumption’: Corporate and Personal Material Culture Recovered from a Cellar at the Robert Sayle Department Store in Cambridge, England, ca. 1913–21. International Journal of Historical Archaeology 16: 784–808. DOI: 10.1007/s10761-012-0200-3 (link)

 

Cessford, C., Newman, R., Allen, M. and Hinton, D. 2012 The Dolphin Inn hoard: Re-examining the early nineteenth-century discovery of a mid-thirteenth-century hoard from Cambridge. Archaeological Journal 168: 272–284. DOI: 10.1080/00665983.2011.11020836 (link)

Dodwell, N. 2012. Early Bronze Age Busta in Cambridgeshire?: On-site experiments to investigate the effects of fires and pyres on pits. In Mitchell, P.D. and Buckberry, J. (ed.) Proceedings of the Twelfth Annual Conference of the British Association for Biological Anthropology and Osteoarchaeology 2010 (BAR IS 2830), pp. 141–149. Oxford: BAR Publishing. (link)


Evans, C. 2012. Archaeology and Repeatable Experiment: A comparative agenda. In Jones, A.M., Pollard, J., Allen, M.J. and Gardiner, J. (ed.) Image, Memory and Monumentality: Archaeological engagements with the material world (Prehistoric Society Research Paper No. 5), pp. 295–306. Oxford: Oxbow Books/The Prehistoric Society. (link)


Evans, C., Hutton, J. and Timberlake, S. 2012. Addenbrooke’s Hospital Excavations, 2007 and 2010: The Last of Cra’ster’s Enclosure. Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society 101: 105–114. (free download | link)


Evans, C. and Standring, R. 2012. A Landscape Corridor: A14 Improvements Investigations. Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society 101: 81–104. (free download | link)


Patten, R. 2012. An Iron Age and Roman Settlement at Summersfield, Papworth Everard. Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society 101: 115–142. (free download | link)


Evans, C., Sørensen, M.L.S. and Richter, K. 2012. An Early Christian Church in the Tropics: Excavation of the N. S. da Conceição, Cidade Velha, Cape Verde. In Green, T. (ed.), Brokers of Change: Atlantic Commerce and Cultures in Precolonial Western Africa (Proceedings of the British Academy 178), pp. 173–92. Oxford: Oxford University Press. (link


Hawkes, J., Alvey, B., Evans, C. Harward, T. and Kunwar, R.B. 2012. Finding the Khasa Malla: Preliminary Investigations in the Surkhet Valley, West Nepal. Ancient Nepal 179: 1–14.


Irvine, R. and C. Evans. 2012. Greenlands and Waterlands: Digging into the Climate History in the East Anglian Fenlands. Commentary in Diemberger et al. ‘Communicating Climate Knowledge: Proxies, processes, politics’. Current Anthropology 53 (2): 237–239. DOI: 10.1086/665033 (link)

2011

Cessford, C. and A. Dickens 2011. An Urban Hospital Cemetery and Adjacent Occupation. In Christie, N. (ed.) Medieval Britain and Ireland 2010. Medieval Archaeology 55: 306–311. DOI: 10.1179/174581711X13103897378681 (link)


Dickens, A. and Collins, M. 2011. Down the Line: Archaeological investigations on the route of the Cambridgeshire Guided Busway. Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society 100: 99–136. (free download | link)

Evans, C. 2011. Writing into Land—Haddenham and the Lower Ouse Environs. In Schofield, J. (ed.), Great Excavations: Shaping the Archaeological Profession, pp. 148–166. Oxford: Oxbow Books. (link)


Evans, C. and Newman, R. 2011. An ‘Imperial Philosophical Machine’: The Archaeology of the Cambridge Observatory and Early Modern Science. Antiquity 85: 1369–84. (link)


Evans, C. and Patten, R. with Brudenell, M. and Taylor, M. 2011. An Inland Bronze Age: Excavations at Striplands Farm, West Longstanton. Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society 100: 7–46. (free download | link)


Newman, R. and C. Evans 2011. Archaeological Investigations at The Old Schools, University of Cambridge. Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society 100: 185–96. (link)


Newman, R. and Evans, C. 2011. Archaeological investigations at the Old Schools, University of Cambridge. Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society 100: 185–196. (free download | link)


Sørensen, M.L.S., C. Evans, and K. Richter 2011. A Place of History: Archaeology and Heritage at Cidade Velha, Cape Verde. Proceedings of the British Academy 168 (‘Slavery in Africa: Archaeology and Memory’): 421–42. (link)

2010

Brittain, M. 2010. ‘Preservation and degradation of the wood at Flag Fen’ and ‘Worked antler and bone objects at Flag Fen’. In Pryor, F. and Bamforth, M. (ed.) Excavations at Flag Fen, Peterborough 1995–2007, pp.5–12 and 128–130. Oxford: Oxbow Books. 

 

Evans, C. and Ten Harkel, L. 2010. Roman Cambridge’s Early Settlement and Via Devana: Excavations at Castle Street. Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society 99: 35–60. (free download | link)

2009

Cessford, C. 2009. Post-1550 urban archaeology in a developer-funded context: An example from Grand Arcade, Cambridge. In Horning, A. and Palmer, M. (ed.) Crossing Paths or Sharing Tracks? Future directions in the archaeological study of post-1550 Britain and Ireland, pp. 301–321 Woodbridge: Boydell and Brewer. (link)

 

Cessford, C. and Dickens, A. 2009. A decorated 13th-century sword cross from Broad Street, Ely. Arms and Armour 6: 140–143. DOI: 10.1179/174962609X417572 (link)


Lucy, S., Newman, R., Dodwell, N., Hills, C., Dekker, M., O’Connell, T., Riddler, I. and Rogers, P.W. 2009. The Burial of a Princess? The Later Seventh-Century Cemetery at Westfield Farm, Ely. Antiquaries Journal 89: 81-141. DOI: 10.1017/S0003581509990102 (link)


Mackay, D. 2009. Excavations at Scotland Road/Union Lane, Chesterton’ Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society 98: 77–88 (free download | link)

2008

Brudenell, M. and Cooper 2008, A. Post-Middenism: Depositional Histories on Later Bronze Age Settlements at Broom, Bedfordshire. Oxford Journal of Archaeology 27: 15–36. DOI:10.1111/j.1468-0092.2007.00293.x (link)


Cessford, C. 2008. Excavation of the Civil War bastion ditch of Cambridge Castle. Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society 97: 137–148 (free download | link)


Cessford, C., with Dickens, A., Dodwell, N. and Reynolds, A. 2008. Middle Anglo-Saxon Justice: the Chesterton Lane Corner execution cemetery and related sequence, Cambridge. Archaeological Journal 164 (2007): 197–226. DOI: 10.1080/00665983.2007.11020709 (link)


Evans, C. and Appleby, G. 2008. Historiography and Fieldwork: Wyman Abbott’s Great Fengate Ring-ditch. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society 74: 171–92. DOI: 10.1017/S0079497X00079342 (link)


Evans, C. and Knight, M. 2008. Further Investigations at Arbury Camp, Cambridge: The Eastern Entrance – A Monumental Architecture. Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society 97: 7–30. (free download | link)


Evans, C. and Vander Linden, M. 2008. The Godwin Ridge, Over, Cambridgeshire: A (Wet-) Landscape Corridor. Notae Praehistoricae 28: 47–54. (free download | link)

2007

Evans, C., Knight, M. and Webley, L. 2007. Iron Age Settlement and Romanization on the Isle of Ely: The Hurst Lane Reservoir Site. Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society 96: 41–78. (free download | link)


Cessford, C. and Dickens, A. 2007. Ely Cathedral and environs: recent investigations. Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society 96: 161–174. (free download | link)

2006

Evans, C., Edmonds, M. and Boreham, S. 2006. ‘Total Archaeology’ and Model Landscapes: Excavation of the Great Wilbraham Causewayed Enclosure, Cambridgeshire, 1975–76. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society 72: 113–162. DOI: 10.1017/S0079497X00000803(free download | link)

2005

Cessford, C. and Dickens, A. 2005. Castle Hill, Cambridge: excavation of Saxon, medieval and post-medieval deposits, Saxon execution site and a medieval coinhoard. Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society 94: 73–102. (free download | link)


Cessford, C. and Dickens, A. 2005. The Manor of Hintona: the origins and development of Church End, Cherry Hinton. Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society 94: 51–72. (free download | link)


Dickens, A., Tipper, J. and Mortimer, R. 2005. Bloodmoor Hill, Carlton Coville, Suffolk: A preliminary report. In S. Semple (ed.) Anglo-Saxon Studies in Archaeology and History 13: 63–79. (link)


Evans, C. and Regan, R. 2005. The Roman Camp Ground, Colne Fen, Earith. In T. Malim (ed.) Stonea and the Roman Fens, pp. 164–66. Stroud: Tempus.


Garrow, D., Beadsmoore, E. and Knight, M. 2005. Pit Clusters and the temporality of occupation: an earlier Neolithic site at Kilverstone, Thetford, Norfolk. Proceedings of Prehistoric Society 71: 139–157. DOI: 10.1017/S0079497X00000980 (link)


Webley, L. 2005. Evaluation, survey and excavation at Wandelbury Ringwork, Cambridgeshire, 1994–7: Part II, The Iron Age Pottery. Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society 94: 39–46. (free download | link)

2004

Alexander, M., Dodwell, N. and Evans, C. 2004. A Roman Cemetery in Jesus Lane, Cambridge. Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society 93: 67–94. (free download | link

Cessford, C. and Dickens, A. 2004. The Origins and Early Development of Chesterton, Cambridge. Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society 93: 125–142. (free download | link)  


Dodwell, N., Lucy, S. and Tipper, J. 2004. Anglo-Saxons on the Cambridge Backs: the Criminology site settlement and King's Garden Hostel Cemetery. Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society 93: 95–124. (free download | link)


Evans, C., Williams, S. and Webley, L. 2004. Jesus Close before the College: Archaeological Excavations at the Gardener’s Compound Site. Jesus College Annual Report 100: 68–70.


French, C. 2004. Evaluation survey and excavation at Wandlebury ringwork, Cambridgeshire, 1994–7. Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society 93: 15–66. (free download | link)


 

2003

Alexander, M. 2003. A medieval and post-medieval street frontage: Investigations at Forehill, Ely. Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society 92: 135–182. (free download | link)


Evans, C., Chadburn, A., Challands, A., Dickinson, B., Haselgrove, C., Hill, J.D., Lucas, G., Mackreth, D.F. and Reece, R. 2003. Britons and Romans at Chatteris: Investigations at Langwood Farm, Chatteris. Britannia 34: 175–264. DOI: 10.2307/3558544 (link)


Lucas, G. and Regan, R. 2003. The Changing Vernacular: archaeological excavations at Temple End, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire. Post-Medieval Archaeology 37(2): 165–206. DOI: 10.1179/pma.2003.009  (link)

2002

Evans, C. and Knight, M. 2002. A Great Circle: Investigations at Arbury Camp, Cambridge. Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society 91: 23–54. (free download | link)


Evans, C. 2002. ‘Metalwork’ and ‘Cold Claylands’: Pre-Iron Age occupation on the Isle of Ely. In T. Lane and J. Coles (ed.) Through Wet and Dry: Proceedings of a conference in honour of David Hall, pp. 33–53. (Lincolnshire Archaeology and Heritage Reports Series No.  5 and WARP Occasional Paper 17). Lincoln: Heritage Trust of Lincolnshire. (link)


Gibson, D. and Lucas, G. 2002. Pre-Flavian Kilns at Greenhouse Farm and the Social Context of Early Roman Pottery Production in Cambridgeshire. Britannia 33: 95–127. DOI: 10.2307/1558854 (link)


Hall, A. 2002. A late Sixteenth Century Pit Group from Pembroke College, Cambridge. Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society 91: 89–102. (free download | link)


Pollard, J. 2002. The Ring-Ditch and the Hollow: excavation of a Bronze Age 'shrine' and associated features at Pampisford, Cambridgeshire. Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society 91: 5–22. (free download | link)

2001

Cessford, C. 2001. The Clay Tobacco Pipe Industry in Cambridgeshire and Huntingdonshire, Cambridgeshire Local History Society Review 10: 3–19.

 

Dickens, A. King's College Chapel, Cambridge: A study of artefacts recovered from beneath the choir stalls. Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society 90: 115 – 126. (free download | link)


Evans, C. 2001. The Fengate Depot. In Pryor, F. Archaeology and environment of the Flag Fen Basin. London: English Heritage Archaeological Report. (free download | link)


Evans, C. and M. Knight, ‘The ‘Community of Builders’: The Barleycroft Post Alignments. In Brück, J. (ed.) Bronze Age Landscapes: Tradition and Transformation, pp. 83–98. Oxford: Oxbow Books. (link)

 

Hall, D. 2001. Medieval pottery from Forehill, Ely, Cambridgeshire. Medieval Ceramics 25: 2–21. (freeview)

2000

Evans, C. 2000. Summary of excavations post-1988. In Alexander, J.  and Pullinger, J. Roman Cambridge: Excavations on Castle Hill 1956–1988. Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society 88: 255–60. (free download | link)


Evans, C. and Knight, M.  2000. A Fenland Delta: Later Prehistoric land-use in the lower Ouse Reaches. In M. Dawson, M. (ed.), Prehistoric, Roman and Saxon landscape studies in the Great Ouse Valley. York: Council for British Archaeology. (free download | link)


Evans, C. 2000. ‘3. Archaeological Distributions: The Problem with Dots’ and ’12. Iron Age Forts and Defences’. In Kirby, T. and Oosthuizen, S. (eds) An Atlas of Cambridgeshire and Huntingdonshire History. Centre for Regional Studies, Anglia Polytechnic University.


Evans, C. 2000. ‘Testing the ground – Sampling Strategies’ and ‘Cambridgeshire FMP Site Summaries’. In Crowson, A., Lane, T. and Reeve, J. (ed.) The Fenland Management Project: Excavations 1991–1995, pp. 15–21 and 23–73. (Lincolnshire Archaeology and Heritage Reports Series No. 3). Heckington: Heritage Trust of Lincolnshire. (link)


Mortimer, R. with Hall, D. 2000. Village Development and Ceramic Sequence: The Middle to Late Saxon village at Lordship Lane, Cottenham, Cambridgeshire. Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society 89: 5–34. (free download | link)

1999

Dickens, A. 1999. A New Building at the Dominican Priory, Emmanuel College, Cambridge, and associated Fourteenth Century Bawsey Floor Tiles. Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society 87: 71–80. (free download | link)

Edmonds, M., Evans, C. and Gibson, D. 1999. Assembly and Collection: Lithic complexes in the Cambridgeshire Fenlands. Proceedings of Prehistoric Society 65: 47–82. DOI: 10.1017/S0079497X00001948 (link)


Evans C. and Pollard, J. 1999. The Institutional Façade: Architectural Recording at the Old Schools, University of Cambridge. Antiquaries Journal 79: 213–43. DOI: 10.1017/S0003581500044528 (link)

 

Evans, C. with Darrah, R., Hill, J.D., Murphy, P. and Wiltshire, P. 1999. The Lingwood Wells: A waterlogged first millennium BC settlement at Cottenham, Cambridgeshire. Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society 87: 11–30. (free download | link)

 

Evans, C., Pollard, J. and Knight, M. 1999. Life in Woods: Tree-throws, 'settlement' and forest cognition. Oxford Journal of Archaeology 18: 241–54. DOI: 10.1111/1468-0092.00081 (link)


Hill J.D., Evans, C., Alexander, M., Eden, C. and Shell, C.A. 1999. The Hinxton Rings – A Late Iron Age cemetery at Hinxton, Cambridgeshire, with a reconsideration of northern Aylesford–Swarling distributions. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society 65: 243–273. DOI: 10.1017/S0079497X00002012 (link)

1998

Edwards, D. and Hall, D. 1998. Medieval Pottery from Cambridge: Site's in the Bene't Street – Market areas. Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society 86: 153–168. (free download | link)


Evans, C., Dickens, A. and Richmond, D.A.H. 1998. Cloistered Communities: Archaeological and Architectural Investigations in Jesus College, Cambridge, 1988–97. Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society 86: 91–144. (free download | link)

 

Lucas, G., Hall, D., Fryer, V., Irving, B. and French, C. 1998. A medieval fishery on Whittlesey Mere, Cambridgeshire. Medieval Archaeology 42: 19–44. DOI: 10.1080/00766097.1998.11735615 (link)

1997

Evans, C. 1997. Sentimental Prehistories: The construction of the Fenland Past. Journal of European Archaeology 5: (2): 105–136. DOI: 10.1179/096576697800660294 (link)


Evans, C. 1997. The Excavation of a Ring-ditch Complex at Diddington, near Huntingdon, with a Discussion of Second Millennium BC Pyre Burial and Regional Cremation Practices. Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society 85: 11–26. (free download | link


Evans, C. 1997. Hydraulic Communities: Iron Age enclosure in the East Anglian Fenlands. In Gwilt, A. and Haselgrove, C. (ed.) Re-constructing the Iron Age (Oxbow Monograph 71), pp: 216–27. Oxford: Oxbow Books.

1996

Gdaniec, K. 1996. A miniature antler bow from a Middle Bronze Age site at Isleham, Cambridgeshire, England. Antiquity 70: 652–657. DOI: 10.1017/S0003598X00083782 (link)

 

Pollard, J., fryer, V. Murphy, P., Taylor, M. and Wiltshire, P. 1996. Iron Age Riverside Pit Alignments at St. Ives, Cambridgeshire.  Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society 62: 93–115. DOI: 10.1017/S0079497X00002759 (link)

1994

Evans, C. 1994. Langwood Farm West and Environs. Fenland Research 9: 3–11.


Gdaniec, K., and R. Mortimer 1994. Investigations at King’s Dyke Pit, Whittlesey, Peterborough. Fenland Research 9: 42–49.


Pollard, J. 1994. Iron Age Pit Alignments and Roman Settlement Features at Meadow Lane, St. Ives. Fenland Research 9: 37–41.

1993

Evans, C. 1993. The Fengate Depot Site. Fenland Research 8: 2–9.


Evans, C. 1993 Lithic 'noise' – low density scatters – missing settlements? The Langwood Farm Environs. Fenland Research 8: 14–16.


Evans, C. 1993. Sampling settlements: Investigations at Lingwood Farm, Cottenham and Eye Hill Farm, Soham. Fenland Research 8: 26–30.


Gdaniec, K. 1993. Drawing lines through sites: Three Bronze Age scatters from the Isleham–Ely water supply pipeline. Fenland Research 8: 20–26. 


Wait, G.A. and Butler, R. 1993. An earlier Neolithic settlement near Fen Drayton, Cambridgeshire. Fenland Research 8: 51–52. 

 
1992

Evans, C. 1992. Iron Age (Fenland Research Priorities). Fenland Research 7: 8–10.


Evans, C. 1992. Commanding gestures in lowlands: The investigation of two Iron Age Ringworks. Fenland Research 7: 12–26.