Book Panel on Church

All Saints Church [PIC Church] Domesday lists 640 settlements in Suffolk of which 178 had mills and 345 had churches but no mention of ours.1 Those at Martlesham and Newbourne are both believed to be eleventh century or earlier. The extant architecture of All Saints at Waldringfield is described as Early English, probably thirteenth to fourteenth century 23.  … Read moreBook Panel on Church

Analysis of circular arrangement of Churches

Based on 1999 circle of Churches around Waldringfield in RDA In 1999 David Aldred wrote an article in the RDA Deben magazine which described a surprising circular arrangement of other Churches around Waldringfield at a radius of two old Suffolk miles.  Also W.G.Arnott mentions the transport of stone fonts from Norfolk by water and accessibility … Read moreAnalysis of circular arrangement of Churches

Water Mills

Dear Bob – Illustrations of English medieval watermills are rare; one of the best is in the Luttrell Psalter made in Lincolnshire in the early-mid C14. It shows (maybe with some artistic licence) a mill with a vertical waterwheel attached to a simple timber framed building. Most mills of this date (and much later)  would … Read moreWater Mills

2017 Nov 9th 171109 Cable archaeology talk

Note that some of the video is reversed. Speaker is: Note: From: Berry, Nikki [mailto:nberry@scottishpower.com]  Sent: 27 October 2017 11:08     Hello I would like to introduce myself as a new Community Liaison Officer for the East Anglia ONE offshore wind development currently being constructed by ScottishPower Renewables. I am responsible for engaging with communities along … Read more2017 Nov 9th 171109 Cable archaeology talk

Medieval Roads and Tracks by Paul Hindle

A short book (Bob has copy) giving some techniques for analysing where roads were. Whilst interesting there did not seem to be many clues as to how we can rediscover ours. One tip was the University of Cambridge collection of aerial photographs which is worth following up.