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GLOSSARY


Agri-Environment Schemes
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Agri-Environment Schemes


"More than 6,000 archaeological features on farmland are protected under the schemes, including more than half of all scheduled monuments and registered battlefields"
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agri-environment schemes


"More than 6,000 archaeological features on farmland are protected under the schemes, including more than half of all scheduled monuments and registered battlefields"
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Buildings at Risk


A Building at Risk (BaR) may be any structure recognised to contribute to the historic character of an area which has been identified as being at risk through neglect and decay. This can range from the semi-ruinous to buildings just in desperate need of a number of smaller minor repairs. Buildings at Risk may be lived in or uninhabited and range fr [..]
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buildings at risk


A Building at Risk (BaR) may be any structure recognised to contribute to the historic character of an area which has been identified as being at risk through neglect and decay. This can range from the semi-ruinous to buildings just in desperate need of a number of smaller minor repairs. Buildings at Risk may be lived in or uninhabited and range fr [..]
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Buildings of Local Interest


Within many of our towns, cities and villages there are a large number of unlisted buildings of considerable local architectural and/or historic interest and importance, many dating from the 19th and 20th centuries. While these buildings may not meet the national criteria for statutory listing they do contribute to the richness and character of an [..]
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buildings of local interest


Within many of our towns, cities and villages there are a large number of unlisted buildings of considerable local architectural and/or historic interest and importance, many dating from the 19th and 20th centuries. While these buildings may not meet the national criteria for statutory listing they do contribute to the richness and character of an [..]
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Bulk Finds Analysis


Archaeologists refer to a whole miscellany of materials and objects collected during an excavation as 'bulk finds'. These might include: pottery, building materials - slate, tile and brick (often referred to as CBM or ceramic building material) and dressed stone - glass, claypipes, debris from metal working (such as slag, hammerscale, hea [..]
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bulk finds analysis


Archaeologists refer to a whole miscellany of materials and objects collected during an excavation as 'bulk finds'. These might include: pottery, building materials - slate, tile and brick (often referred to as CBM or ceramic building material) and dressed stone - glass, claypipes, debris from metal working (such as slag, hammerscale, hea [..]
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Burial Archaeology


Osteoarchaeology is the study of human skeletal remains, and is usually combined with an analysis of funerary practice i.e. what the body was buried with and how. This form of specialist excavation and analysis can contribute a great deal to our understanding of our ancestors; revealing an individual's age, sex, diet, illnesses, and activities [..]
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