3 edition of Hornpot Lane and the Horners of York found in the catalog.
Hornpot Lane and the Horners of York
L. P. Wenham
Written in English
Reprinted from the Annual Report of the Yorkshire Philosophical Society, 1964.
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(The horners must have really had a grudge against those glassmakers!) Nether just means lower, as in ‘nether regions’, and there is also just a Hornpot Lane nearby.
Another thing I found out about Nether Hornpot Lane was that, apparently, it is a Snickelway. Wenham, L.P. "Hornpot Lane and the horners of York" Annual report of the Yorkshire Philosphical Society, Zurowski, K.
"Zmiekczanie porozy i kosci stosowane przez wytworcow w starozytnosci i we wczesnym sredniowieczu" Acta Universtatis Nicoli Copernici, Archaeologia 4 (Torun), Hornpot Lane's name derives from the fact that in medieval times it was the workplace of the horners - craftsmen who manufactured goods from cow horn and deer antlers.
cups, pots, combs, book. Wenham, Leslie P. Hornpot Lane and the Horners of York. Reprinted from The Annual Report of the Yorkshire Philosophical Society: Excavations which uncovered evidence of 14th century horners in York led the author to do further research which uncovered interesting information about the craft of the horner, as.
Hornpot Lane, for example, is named after a pit or 'pot' used for soaking horn in urie, to soften it so that it could be worked. "Horners worked in York until ," the gazetteer notes. The great and close siege of York Hudson, Kenneth The good museums guide reasonable cond.
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Ven. The use and abuse of phonetics: 7: 44, Adamson, J. Jottings from a North Riding dialect book: Cowley, W. 98, Jottings from the leaves of a dialect collector's note books: The Horners of Hornpot Lane: Wenham, L.
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The analysis of sea turtle and bovid keratin artefacts using DRIFT spectroscopy and discriminant analysis. Tallinn Book Printers. Hornpot Lane and the horners of Y ork. guilds and related organisations in great britain and ireland - Birkbeck Oct 7, - Circa the Statuta Gilde amalgamated the original trade guilds, such as the.
WOMEN APPRENTICES IN THE TRADES AND CRAFTS OF EARLY. CENTENARY OF THE TRINITY HOUSE NAVIGATION SCHOOL. Hornpot Lane and the Horners of York The objectives, past achievements and membership of the Trust Gurrey CP The Plumber's Arms, Skeldergate, York John Smith's Tadcaster Brewery Co Ltd Kelly's Directory of York and Neighbourhood 7th edn Kelly's Directory of York and Neighbourhood 6th edn Pare; Harris Philip; Donald Eric Milner White Wenham, L.P.
"Hornpot Lane and the horners of York" Annual report of. of the Yorkshire Philosphical Society, Zurowski, K. "Zmiekczanie porozy i kosci stosowane przez wytworcow. w starozytnosci i we wczesnym sredniowieczu" Acta Universtatis. Nicoli Copernici, Archaeologia 4 (Torun), From: IMC at (I.
Marc. Full text of "Yorkshire Archaeological Journal Vol. 44" See other formats. The Archaeology of York. Volume The Small Finds General Editor R.A. Hall York Archaeological Trust for Excavation and Research Published by Council for British Archaeology Bowes Morrell House Walmgate York YO1 9WA The Archaeology of York Vol The Small Finds Fasc Craft, Industry and Everyday Life: Leather and.
AbstractDespite being widely utilized in the production of cultural objects, keratinous hard tissues, such as horn, baleen, and tortoiseshell, rarely survive in archaeological contexts unless factors combine to inhibit biodeterioration. Even when these materials do survive, working, use, and diagenetic changes combine to make identification by: 8.
Campbell Pedersen ’ s () book includes a range of keratinous materials and is a very useful resource for the identifi- cation of historic objects but is of limited use when faced with degraded archaeological finds.
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