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'List of Illustrations', An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in the County of Northamptonshire, Volume 2: Archaeological sites in Central Northamptonshire (1979), pp. VII-XV. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=126307 Date accessed: 24 July 2014.


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LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS

(The prefixed numerals in brackets refer to the monument numbers in the text)

GENERAL
Map of Central Northamptonshire showing the parishes describedIn pocket at end of volume
Map of prehistoric and Roman sites and findsFig. 1, p. xxxi
    "         "         "         "         "         "         "         "    Fig. 2, p. xxxii
    "         "         "         "         "         "         "         "    Fig. 3, p. xxxiii
    "         "         "         "         "         "         "         "    Fig. 4, p. xxxiv
    "         "         "         "         "         "         "         "    Fig. 5, p. xxxv
    "         "         "         "         "         "         "         "    Fig. 6, p. xxxvi
    "         "         "         "         "         "         "         "    Fig. 7, p. xxxvii
    "         "         "         "         "         "         "         "    Fig. 8, p. xxxviii
    "         "         "         "         "         "         "         "    Fig. 9, p. xxxix
    "         "         "         "         "         "         "         "    Fig. 10, p. xl
Roman towns and large settlements in the S.E. MidlandsFig. 11, p. xliv
Large Roman settlements; a comparison of their known extentFig. 12, p. xlvi
Geddington and Newton. Roman, Saxon and later medieval settlementFig. 13, p. xlviii
Great Doddington. Roman, Saxon and later medieval settlementFig. 14, p. xlix
Castle Ashby, Cogenhoe, Great Doddington, Earls Barton, Ecton and Grendon. Medieval settlements and estatesFig. 15, p. li
Types of fishpondsFig. 16, p. lviii
PARISHES
1 ASHLEY
(2) Medieval or later settlement remainsFig. 17, p. 1
3 BOZEAT
(4, 12, 13) Iron Age settlement, prehistoric or Roman ditches and industrial sitesFig. 46, p. 44
(9, 11) Roman settlement and prehistoric or Roman settlementFig. 18, p. 4
4 BRAFIELD-ON-THE-GREEN
(2–17, 19, 20, 27, 28) Ring ditches, Bronze Age burial, prehistoric and Roman settlements and Roman kilnsFig. 19, p. 6
(18) Iron Age settlementFig. 35, p. 32
(32) Medieval or later settlement remainsFig. 20, p. 8
5 BRAMPTON ASH
(5, 9) Moat and associated land unit and cultivation remainsFig. 21, p. 10
6 BRAYBROOKE
(1, 2) Castle, fishponds and medieval settlement remainsFig. 22, p. 13
Aerial view from N.W.Pl. 6
Fishponds from S.E.Pl. 6
8 BURTON LATIMER
(2–6) Prehistoric or Roman settlementsFig. 23, p. 14
(9) Prehistoric or Roman settlementFig. 24, p. 15
10 CASTLE ASHBY
Medieval settlements and estatesFig. 15, p. li
(9–11) Medieval or later settlement remains, moat and ponds at ChadstoneFig. 25, p. 17
11 COGENHOE
Medieval settlements and estatesFig. 15, p. li
(1, 4) Prehistoric and Roman settlementsFig. 26, p. 18
(8) Moat and fishpondsFig. 27, p. 20
(10, 11) Medieval or later settlement remains and pondsFig. 29, p. 22
(12) FishpondsFig. 28, p. 21
12 CORBY
Roman Road 57a, in Hazel WoodFig. 168, p. 187
(1) Bronze knifePl. 31
(17) MoatFig. 30, p. 24
Map of 1580Pl. 19
13 COTTINGHAM
(2) MoatFig. 31, p. 25
Fig. 115, p. 129
15 CRANSLEY
(7) Motte (?)Fig. 32, p. 28
(8) Medieval or later settlement remainsFig. 33, p. 30 Fig. 34, p. 31
Map of 1598Pl. 13
Aerial view from N.W.Pl. 13
16 DENTON
(1) Iron Age and Roman settlementFig. 35, p. 32
17 DESBOROUGH
(3) Iron Age bronze mirror (by courtesy of the Trustees of the British Museum)Frontispiece
(11) Medieval or later earthworksFig. 36, p. 34
18 DINGLEY
(1, 2) Medieval or later settlement remains and moatFig. 38, p. 36
(3) DamFig. 37, p. 35
(4) Cultivation remainsPl. 28
19 DODDINGTON, GREAT
Roman, Saxon and later medieval settlementFig. 14, p. xlix
Medieval settlements and estatesFig. 15, p. li
(2) Prehistoric or Roman settlementFig. 39, p. 37
Prehistoric or Roman enclosure, aerial view from N.E.Pl. 1
(5) Roman villaFig. 40, p. 38
Aerial view from N.Pl. 2
20 EARLS BARTON
Medieval settlements and estatesFig. 15, p.li
(4, 5) Prehistoric or Roman settlementsFig. 41, p. 40
(3, 6, 7, 12) Prehistoric and Roman settlementsFig. 42, p. 41
(14) Mound and ditchFig. 43, p. 42
View from N.W.Pl. 4
(16) Deserted hamlet of ThorpeFig. 45, p. 43
Plan of 1772Fig. 44, p. 42
21 EASTON MAUDIT
(2–4) Iron Age settlementsFig. 46, p. 44
(10) Medieval occupation siteFig. 47, p. 45
(9, 11, 13–15) Medieval or later settlement remains and site of manor house, gardens, ponds and pillow moundFig. 48, p. 46
22 ECTON
Medieval settlements and estatesFig. 15, p.li
(5–12) North Ecton ComplexFig. 49, p. 48
(13, 15) Prehistoric or Roman settlement and Roman settlementFig. 50, p. 49
(17–19) Prehistoric or Roman settlements and Roman settlementsFig. 42, p. 41
23 GEDDINGTON
Roman, Saxon and later medieval settlementFig. 13, p. xlvii
24 GRAFTON UNDERWOOD
(1–3) Prehistoric or Roman settlementsFig. 51, p. 51
(4) Deer ParkFig. 52, p. 52
25 GRENDON
Medieval settlements and estatesFig. 15, p. li
(2–7) West Grendon ComplexFig. 53, p. 53
Ring ditches, aerial view from S.W.Pl. 2
(15) Deserted hamlet of CottonFig. 54, p. 55
(16) MoatFig. 55, p. 56
26 GRETTON
Medieval settlements, estates and fieldsFig. 59, p. 61
(7) Site of manor house, fishponds and moundsFig. 56, p. 58
(8) Deserted farmstead of CottonFig. 57, p. 59
(10) Garden remains at Kirby HallFig. 58, p. 60
(11) Cultivation remainsPl. 29
27 HACKLETON
Bronze spearheadPl. 31
(2, 3) Prehistoric or Roman settlementsFig. 60, p. 62
(16) Deer park at Preston DeaneryFig. 61, p. 63
(17) Deserted village of Preston DeaneryFig. 62, p. 64
(18) Deer park at HortonFig. 63, p. 65
(19–21) Deserted village of Horton, park and garden remains and moundsFig. 65, p. 68
Village, park and garden remains from E.Pl. 20
Hollow-way, from W.Pl. 21
Garden remainsFig. 66, p. 69
      "          "   Fig. 67, p. 69
      "          "    , view from S.W.Pl. 21
Map of 1622Pl. 18
Map of 1728Fig. 64, p. 66
28 HANNINGTON
(1–3) Ring ditch, Roman settlement and prehistoric or Roman settlementFig. 68, p. 70
(5) Cultivation remainsFig. 69, p. 71
29 HARDWICK
(1–4) Medieval or later settlement remains, ponds and garden remains.Fig. 70, p. 72
Aerial view from N.W.Pl. 11
Map of 1587Pl. 11
30 HARRINGTON
Medieval settlements and estatesFig. 73, p. 75
(1) Prehistoric or Roman ditched trackwayFig. 71, p. 74
(4) Deserted village of NewbottleFig. 72, p. 74
(5) Remains of house and gardenFig. 74, p. 76
View from N.E.Pl. 26
Aerial view from N.E.Pl. 26
(5, 6) Remains of house and garden and fishpondsFig. 75, p. 78
Fishponds, aerial view from N.Pl. 9
31 HARROWDEN, GREAT
(3, 4) Roman settlement and enclosureFig. 76, p. 79
(5, 7, 8, 10) Iron Age and Roman settlements and medieval or later settlement remains and moatFig. 77, p. 80
Settlement remains and moat, map of 1754Pl. 12
32 HARROWDEN, LITTLE
(2) Prehistoric or Roman settlementFig. 78, p. 82
(3, 5) Prehistoric or Roman SettlementsFig. 79, p. 82
33 HOLCOT
(4) FishpondFig. 16, p. lviii
35 HOUGHTON, LITTLE
(8–14) East Houghton ComplexFig. 80, p. 85
(23) Roman settlementFig. 81, p. 87
(28) Clifford Hill motteFig. 82, p. 88
Motte from E.Pl. 5
(29) Site of manor houseFig. 83, p. 89
View from N.W.Pl. 5
(31) FishpondsFig. 84, p. 89
View from N.W.Pl. 8
36 IRCHESTER
Two stone axesPl. 31
Medieval settlements and estatesFig. 93, p. 99
(1) Prehistoric or Roman settlementFig. 85, p. 90
(2) Prehistoric or Roman settlementFig. 86, p. 90
(5) Roman settlementFig. 87, p. 91
(6) Roman settlementFig. 88, p. 91
(7) Roman town of IrchesterFig. 89, p. 92
Aerial view, from N.E.Pl. 3
Aerial view, from S.E.Pl. 3
Ground view, from N.E.Pl. 4
Part of sculptured male figurePl. 32
Inscribed monument to a strator (by courtesy of the Trustees of the British Museum)Pl. 32
(8) Settlement remains of Chester-on-the-WaterFig. 90, p. 96
Map of 1756Fig. 91, p. 97
View from N.E.Pl. 16
(9) Deserted village of KnustonFig. 92, p. 98
View from N.W.Pl. 22
37 ISHAM
(1) Iron Age and Roman settlementFig. 94, p. 99
(2, 4, 5) Roman settlement and medieval or later settlement remainsFig. 95, p. 100
38 KETTERING
(14, 15) Barton Seagrave Castle, and medieval or later settlement remainsFig. 96, p. 104
View of northern moat from S.W.Pl. 7
39 LODDINGTON
Medieval settlements and estatesFig. 98, p. 106
(1) BeakerPl. 30
(6) Deserted village of Mawsley, before destructionPl. 16
(9) Moat, from Tithe Map of 1843Fig. 97, p. 105
40 MEARS ASHBY
(2) Prehistoric or Roman settlementFig. 99, p. 107
(6) Iron Age and Roman settlementFig. 100, p. 108
(5, 7) Iron Age settlement and Roman settlementFig. 101, p. 108
42 MOULTON
(2) Prehistoric or Roman settlementFig. 102, p. 110
(1, 4) Prehistoric or Roman settlementsFig. 104, p. 111
(3) Prehistoric or Roman settlementFig. 103, p. 110
(5, 6) Roman settlements and prehistoric or Roman settlementFig. 105, p. 111
43 NEWTON
Roman, Saxon and later medieval settlementFig. 13, p. xlviii
(1) Handled BeakerPl. 30
(9, 10) Deserted village of Little Newton and remains of house and gardensFig. 106, p. 113
Aerial view from N.E.Pl. 17
Ground view from N.E.Pl. 17
Plan of house and gardens of 1715Fig. 107, p. 114
(11) DamFig. 108, p. 115
44 OLD
(1) Medieval or later settlement remains from N.W., before destructionPl. 12
(3) Medieval cultivation remainsFig. 109, p. 117
45 ORLINGBURY
Medieval settlements and estatesFig. 110, p. 118
(5) Deserted village of Wythmail, aerial views before and after destructionPl. 15
(6) Deserted farmstead of Badsaddle, aerial views before and after destructionPl. 14
47 OVERSTONE
(6, 7) Deserted village of Overstone and garden remainsFig. 111, p. 121
48 PYTCHLEY
Bronze rapierPl. 31
(8–10) Medieval or later settlement remains and sites of manor houses.Fig. 112, p. 124
49 ROCKINGHAM
(4, 6, 7, 14) Motte, pillow mounds, medieval or later settlement remains and enclosuresFig. 113, p. 127
(8, 9) Site of watermill and windmill moundFig. 114, p. 128
(12) Deer parkFig. 115, p. 129
(14) EnclosuresFig. 116, p. 129
50 ROTHWELL
(7) Fishponds and garden remainsFig. 117, p. 131
51 RUSHTON
Medieval settlements and estatesFig. 119, p. 133
(1) Miniature vesselPl. 30
(9) Deserted village of GlendonFig. 118, p. 132
52 STANION
(11) Moat and enclosures, and Roman Road 57aFig. 120, p. 135
53 STOKE ALBANY
(1) Site of watermillFig. 121, p. 136
View from S.E.Pl. 9
(2) FishpondsFig. 122, p. 137
Aerial view from N.Pl. 10
Ground view from S.W.Pl. 10
(4) Deer parkFig. 123, p. 138
54 STRIXTON
(1) Iron Age settlementFig. 124, p. 139
Aerial view from N.Pl. 1
(7) Medieval parish boundariesFig. 125, p. 140
(7–10) Medieval or later settlement remains, site of manor house and gardens, windmill mound, and cultivation remainsFig. 126, p. 141
Aerial view from E.Pl. 20
55 SUTTON BASSETT
(1) Medieval or later settlement remainsFig. 127, p. 143
(1, 2) Medieval or later settlement remains and cultivation remainsPl. 28
56 SYWELL
(1, 2) Prehistoric or Roman settlementsFig. 129, p. 145
(3) Prehistoric or Roman settlementFig. 49, p. 48
(4) Prehistoric or Roman settlementFig. 128, p. 144
58 WALGRAVE
(2) Prehistoric or Roman settlementFig. 68, p. 70
(6) MoatFig. 130, p. 146
Aerial view from N.W.Pl. 8
(7) Medieval or later settlement remainsFig. 131, p. 147
(8) Fishponds and garden remainsFig. 132, p. 148
(11, 12) Enclosure and cultivation remains, aerial view from S.E.Pl. 27
(12) Medieval cultivation remainsFig. 109, p. 117
Ridge-and-furrowFig. 133, p. 149
59 WARKTON
(2) Medieval or later settlement remainsFig. 134, p. 151
60 WEEKLEY
(5) MoatFig. 135, p. 153
View from E.Pl. 7
(7) Site of watermillsFig. 136, p. 154
(8, 9, 11) Deserted village of Boughton, deer park and garden remainsFig. 137, p. 154
(8) Deserted village of BoughtonFig. 138, p. 155
View from N.E.Pl. 22
(10) Pillow moundFig. 139, p. 156
(11) Garden remains at Boughton HouseFig. 142, opp. p. 160
Conjectural plan of garden in 1709Fig. 140, p. 157
Map of 1725Pl. 24
Map of 1739Pl. 25
Plan of flower bedsFig. 143, p. 161
View from W.Pl. 23
View of canal, from S.Pl. 23
Rides and avenues associated with Boughton ParkFig. 141, p. 159
(12) Medieval cultivation remains Map of 1719Fig. 144, p. 162
Part of surviving ridge-and-furrowFig. 145, p. 163
61 WELDON
Flint axePl. 31
(3) Roman villaFig. 146, p. 165
(7) Deer parkFig.147, p. 166
62 WELLINGBOROUGH
Flint adzePl. 31
(1, 2, 8) Ring ditch and prehistoric or Roman settlements.Fig. 148, p. 167
(5, 24) Prehistoric or Roman settlement and Roman settlementFig. 151, p. 169
(7) Prehistoric or Roman settlementFig. 149, p. 167
(9) Prehistoric or Roman settlementFig. 150, p. 167
(27, 28) Saxon settlementsFig. 14, p. xlix
63 WESTON-BY-WELLAND
(2) Medieval cultivation remainsPl. 29
64 WILBARSTON
Medieval settlements and estatesFig. 119, p. 133
(2, 3) Prehistoric or Roman settlement and Roman settlementFig. 152, p. 171
(5, 6) Prehistoric or Roman settlementsFig. 153, p. 171
(8, 9) Deserted village of Pipewell and site of Cistercian AbbeyFig. 154, p. 172
Aerial view from E.Pl. 27
(10, 11) Dam and windmill moundFig. 155, p. 174
66 WOLLASTON
(2) Roman villa and prehistoric or Roman settlementFig. 85, p. 90
(3, 4, 6, 7) Prehistoric or Roman settlements and Roman settlementFig. 156, p. 176
(5, 9, 10) Prehistoric and Roman settlementsFig. 157, p. 177
(8, 35) Iron Age and Roman settlement and medieval occupation siteFig. 158, p. 178
(11–15, 19–23) Prehistoric and Roman settlementsFig. 159, p. 179
(24) Iron Age and Roman settlementFig. 124, p. 139
(27, 29) Prehistoric or Roman settlementsFig. 160, p. 180
(32) MotteFig. 161, p. 181
67 YARDLEY HASTINGS
(3, 21) Prehistoric and Roman settlementsFig. 162, p. 182
(16) Iron Age and Roman settlementFig. 163, p. 183
(23) DamFig. 164, p. 184
(24) Site of manor houseFig. 165, p. 184
(25) Moat, from map of 1760Fig. 166, p. 185
(26) Ponds, from map of 1760Fig. 167, p. 185
APPENDIX: ROMAN ROADS
Roman Road 57a, in Hazel Wood, CorbyFig. 168, p. 187
Roman Road 57a, in Middleton to Stanion Middleton – CorbyFig. 169, p. 189
Corby – StanionFig. 170, p. 190
Roman Road 570, Irthlingborough to IrchesterFig. 170, p. 190
Roman Road 170, Dungee Corner to IrchesterFig. 171, p. 191