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An Archaeology-Timeline.
Produced by Paul Bingham to mark the IWNHAS centenary
An extract from Charles Darwin’s book on Earth Worms. This chapter explains how Ancient buildings can be buried by the action of worms Minor Fortifications of the Isle of Wight is re-produced here by kind permission of Mr Rob Martin. English Heritage, Isle of Wight Historic Landscape Characterisation Report volume 1.
English Heritage, Isle of Wight Historic Landscape Characterisation Report volume 2. Listed Buildings on the Island Extract from the diary of John Stuart Mill 'Walking the Isle of Wight' Bowl Barrow known as Michael Morey's Hump
Totland’s Archaeology Heritage, the West Wight. Heritage Organisations on the Isle of Wight Geological history of the Isle of Wight. Fine Mansions Fair Villas, an Architectural Overview of the East Wight.
Facets of Isle of Wight Medical History: By Alan Champion. Scheduled Monuments on the Isle of Wight Strategic Stone Study: A Building Stone Atlas of the Isle of Wight. (Historic England)

Isle of Wight Character Area Profile report. Natural England.
Historic Environment Action Plan Military Type Report: An overview of the Military Heritage Assets on the Isle of Wight. Historic Environment Action Plan. Isle of Wight Overview. County Archaeology and Historic Environment Service. Maps of the Isle of Wight dating from the 16th Century up to the 1940s The post Medieval and modern period of the Isle of Wight is characterised by the enormous variation in the types of sites and landscapes: Owen Cambridge & Vicky Basford May 2007
Assessment of Archaeological Resource in Aggregate Areas on the Isle of Wight. Results of NMP Mapping. Carolyn Royall March 2010. Country / Manor houses on the Isle of Wight. Glossary of common archaeological terms. Historic Environment Audit of the Medina Valley Estuary Isle of Wight.
A history of the Smith family of Languard, IOW. Featuring the Victorian archaeologist Charles Roach Smith. Reproduced with permission of the “Shanklin and District History Society” A Cautionary Tale. Auction houses and the internet are awash with antiquities for sale, whilst the majority are genuine there are an increasing number of fake or stolen artefacts coming on to the market. First published in the FBRV News letter and the ARA News A smuggler's tale. Reproduced by kind permission of Niton and Whitwell Parish Council


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