Binchester Bibliography

A working list. We have started with works that make direct reference to Binchester, and are adding those that deal with the region, and then issues raised in the archaeology and historical study of the site.

Architectural and Archaeological Society of Durham and Northumberland. 1883. Transactions of the Architectural and Archaeological Society of Durham and Northumberland. Volume 2 (Durham: Andrews and Co).

Architectural and Archaeological Society of Durham and Northumberland. 1890. Transactions of the Architectural and Archaeological Society of Durham and Northumberland. Volume 3 (Durham: Andrews and Co).

Birley, Richard. 1980. The People of Roman Britain (Berkeley: University of California Press).

Breeze, David J. and Brian Dobson. 1985. “Roman Military Deployment in North England.” Britannia. Vol. 16. 1-19.

Coghill, Bertram and Alan Windle. 1887. A Collection of Archaeological Pamphlets on Roman Remains (Harvard: Harvard University Press).

Collingwood, G. 1935. “Roman Britain in 1934: I. Sites Explored: II. Inscriptions.” The Journal of Roman Studies. Vol. 25. 201-227

Dobson, B. and M Jarrett. 1955. “Excavations at Binchester.” Transactions of the Durham Archaeological and Antiquarian Society. Volume 11. 115-124.

Fawcett, Wm. C. 1971.  “The Binchester Hypocaust 1969-70 Excavations.”  Unpublished?

Fawcett, Wm. C. 2001.  “The 1972-73 Excavations at Binchester.”  Unpublished?

Fawcett, Wm. C.  2003.  “The Bishop Auckland Archaeological Research Group and the rescue of Binchester Hypocaust.”  Durham Archaeological Journal. Volume 17.

Fawcett, Wm. C. 2004.  “A Summary of Excavations at Roman Binchester Pre-1974.”  Unpublished?

Ferris I.M. and Jones R.F.J. 1978. “Binchester.” Council of British Archaeology Group 3 Newsbulletin. 4, 6-7.

Ferris, Iain and Rick Jones. 1979. “Excavations at Binchester 1976-9” in W.S. Hanson & L.J.F. Keppie (eds.), Roman Frontier Studies. British Archaeological Report S71, 233-54.

Ferris, Iain and Rick Jones. 1991. “Binchester – a northern fort and vicus.” In R F J Jones (ed) 1991, Britain in the Roman Period. (Sheffield: J R Collis). 103-09.

Ferris, Iain and Rick Jones. 1995. “Excavations at Binchester Roman Fort, County Durham, 1976-1991: Assessment and post-excavation research design.” Birmingham University Field Archaeology Unit Unpublished Report no. 342.

Ferris, Iain and Rick Jones. 2000. “Transforming an Elite: Reinterpreting Late Roman Binchester.” In Wilmott and Wilson (2000), 1-11.

Fraser, R. 1994. Binchester Roman Fort: Watching Brief. Northern Archaeological Associates Unpublished Client Report.

Frere, S. S., M. W. C. Hassall, and R. S. O. Tomlin. 1977. “Roman Britain in 1976.” Britannia. Vol. 8. 356-449.

Frere, S. S., M. W. C. Hassall, and R. S. O. Tomlin. 1987. “Roman Britain in 1986.” Britannia. Vol. 18. 301-377.

Frere, S. S., M. W. C. Hassall, and R. S. O. Tomlin. 1989. “Roman Britain in 1988.” Britannia. Vol. 20. 258-345.

Frere, S. S., M. W. C. Hassall, and R. S. O. Tomlin. 1992. “Roman Britain in 1991.” Britannia. Vol. 23. 255-323.

Frere, S. S., and R. S. O. Tomlin. 1991. “Roman Britain in 1990.” Britannia. Vol. 22. 222-311.

Graham D.J. 2005. An Archaeological Evaluation at Binchester Hall, Bishop Auckland, County Durham. Archaeological Services, University of Durham. Unpublished Report No. 1302.

Goodburn, R., M. W. C. Hassall, and R. S. O. Tomlin. 1978. “Roman Britain in 1977.” Britannia. Vol. 9. 404-485.

Goodburn, R., M. W. C. Hassall, and R. S. O. Tomlin. 1979. “Roman Britain in 1978.” Britannia. Vol. 10. 268-356.

Grew, F. O., M. W. C. Hassall, and R. S. O. Tomlin. 1980. “Roman Britain in 1979.” Britannia. Vol. 11. 346-417.

Grew, F. O., M. W. C. Hassall, and R. S. O. Tomlin. 1981. “Roman Britain in 1980.” Britannia. Vol. 12. 314-396.

GSB. 2007. Binchester Roman Fort, County Durham. GSB Survey No. 2007/23.

Hartshorne, Charles Henry ed. 1858. Memoirs chiefly illustrative of the history and antiquities of Northumberland. Volume 1 (London: Bell and Daldy).

Hassall, M. W. C., D. R. Wilson, R. P. Wright, and J. Rea. 1972. “Roman Britain in 1971.” Britannia. Vol. 3. 299-367.

Haverfield, F. 1892. “An Altar to the Matres Ollototae Discovered at Binchester.” Archaeologia Aeliana. Volume 15. 225-227.

Haverfield, F. 1893. “Roman Inscriptions in Britain II (1890-1891). The Classical Review. Vol 7. No 5. 228-229.

Haverfield, Francis. 1899. A catalogue of the sculptured and inscribed stones in the Cathedral Library, Durham. (Durham: Thomas Caldcleugh).

Hooppell, R. E. 1880. “Address to the Members of the Tyneside Naturalists Field Club.” Transactions of the Natural History Society of Northumberland, Durham and Newcastle-upon-Tyne, and the Tyneside Naturalists’ Field Club, 1877-79 (London: Williams and Norgate). 187-206.

Hooppell, R. E. 1887. “Vinovia.” Journal of the British Archaeological Association. June. In Coghill and Windle, (1887).

Hooppell, R. E. 1891. “Matres Ollototae” The Reliquary. Volume 5 (London: Bemrose and Sons). 129-133.

Hooppell, R. E. 1891(b). Vinovia: A Buried Roman City.

W. Hutchinson, Will. 1778. A View of Northumberland, with an Excursion the the Abbey of Mailross in Scotland, Two Volumes, Charnley, Vesey and Whitfield, Newcastle.

Hutchinson, Will. 1823. History and Antiquities of the County Palatine of Durham. 426-432.

Jarrett, M. G. and Dobson, B.. 1958. “Excavations at Binchester, 1955” Trans. Architect. Archaeol. Soc. Durham and Northumberland XI, 115-24.

Jones, Rick. 1977. “Binchester.” Council for British Archaeology Group 3 Newsbulletin 15. 9.

Lewis, Samuel. 1811. A Topographical Dictionary of England (London: S. Lewis & Co). 211.

Longstaffe, W. Hylton Dyer. “Durham Before the Conquest.” In Hartshorne (1858), 41-96.

MacLauchlan, Henry. 1858. Memoir written during a survey of the Roman wall through the counties of Northumberland and Cumberland (Oxford: Oxford).

Proud, J. 1887. “Binchester.” J. Brit. Archaeol. Assoc. 43. 111-23, 299-306.

Reynolds, Thomas, 1799. Iter Britanniarum; or, that part of the Itinerary of Antoninus which relates to Britain, with a new comment (Cambridge: J. Burges). 163.

“Roman Altar at Binchester.” 1891. Monthly Chronicle of North-Country Lore and Legend. (July). 334.

“Roman Britain in 1937: I. Sites Explored: II. Inscriptions.” 1938. The Journal of Roman Studies. Vol. 28. Part 2. 169-206.

Salway, Peter. 1965. The frontier people of Roman Britain (Cambridge: CUP Archive).

Sanderson, Patrick. 1767. The antiquities of the abbey or cathedral church of Durham (Durham: J. White and T. Saint).

Sandys, John Edwin, translator. 1880. The Bacchae by Euripides (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press).

Smith, Charles Roach. 1857. Collectanea antiqua: etchings and notices of ancient remains, illustrative of the habits, customs, and history of past ages- Volume 4 of Collectanea Antiqua: Etchings and Notices of Ancient Remains, Illustrative of the Habits, Customs, and History of the Past Ages (J. R. Smith). 131-136.

Still, D.C. 1997. Binchester Roman Fort: a geophysical investigation. Unpublished Undergraduate Dissertation. University of Durham.

St. Joseph, J. K.. 1951. “Air reconnaissance in North Britain’.” Journal of Roman Studies 41. 52-65.

Watkin, W Thompson. 1882. “Roman Inscriptions Discovered in Britain in 1881 with Notes on Another Found at Binchester.” The Archaeological Journal. Volume 39. 355-371.

Wessex Archaeology. 2008. Binchester Roman Fort, County Durham. (Salisbury: Wessex Archaeology). Ref: 65302.

Wilmott, Tony and Pete Wilson, eds. 2000. The Late Roman Transition in the North: Papers from the Roman Archaeology Conference, Durham 1999. BAR British Series 299 (Oxford: Archaeopress).

Wilson, D. R. and R. P. Wright. 1970. “Roman Britain in 1969.” Britannia. Vol. 1. 269-315.

Wilson, D. R., R. P. Wright, and M. W. C. Hassall. 1973. “Roman Britain in 1972.” Britannia. Vol. 4. 271-337.

Wilson, Roger J. A. 1996. A Guide to the Roman Remains in Britain (London: Constable).

Wittering C. and Walton R. 1986. “Binchester.” Council for British Archaeology Group 3 Newsbulletin 6. 5-6.