RESOURCES.

Research.

 

Kathleen Kenyon: Excavations at Sutton Walls, Herefordshire 1948 -1951 (1953)

https://archaeologydataservice.ac.uk/archiveDS/archiveDownload?t=arch-1132-1/dissemination/pdf/110/110_001_087.pdf

 

Sutton Walls Camp, A quick exploration of West entrance primary sources.

 Jez Bretherton,       Historic England, 2021. (Not currently available)

 

 

Other Resources.

 

The Woolhope Club

https://www.woolhopeclub.org.uk/

            Search their Transactions for Sutton Walls.

            See a brief synopsis of those items here.            

 

Visit.

 

Hereford Museum and Art Gallery, Broad Street, Hereford. HR4 9AU

Herefordshire Archive and Records Centre, Fir Tree Lane, Rotherwas, Hereford HR2 6LA

National Monuments Records Centre, Swindon.

 

Reading.

 

Keith Ray: The Archaeology of Herefordshire: An Exploration (2015)                                                ISBN-10 ‏ : ‎ 1906663963  ISBN-13 ‏ : ‎ 978-1906663964

 

Annie Whitehead; Amberley Publishing 2018 : ‘Mercia, The rise and fall of a Kingdom'

            ISBN 1445676524-10 : ISBN-13 9781445676524

 

George Children & George Nash: Prehistoric Sites of Herefordshire (1994)

ISBN 10: 1873827091  :   ISBN 13: 9781873827093

 

Nicholas Thomas ‘Guide to Prehistoric England’ (page 150/151)

ISBN 10: 0713432675 :    ISBN 13: 9780713432671

 

Lock, G & Ralston, I  2017: Atlas of Hillforts of Britain and Ireland

available online at https://hillforts.arch.ox.ac.uk

           

Sutton Walls Iron Age Hillfort, Historical Walking Trail. (2019). Sutton Walls Conservation Group, Georgia Riley. (see News, Events and Involvement page of this website)

 

"St. Ethelbert of East Anglia, King and Martyr". Translated from Russian to English by Dmitri Lapa.     https://orthochristian.com/79713.html

 

John Leland (1503 -1552) The itinerary of John Leland in or about the years 1535-1543. (In Latin)

 

John Britton (1771- 1857) The Beauties of England Vol 6.

ISBN 10: 1241314772 :  ISBN 13: 9781241314774

 

 

 

Watch.

 

In Search of the Dark Ages, Episode ……, In Search of Offa: Michael Wood, BBC TV. 1979

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S8l_DX9Zjrg  Starts 10:15minutes into programme.

 

Time Team, Season 7, Episode 10: In Search of the Palace of King Offa, Sutton St Nicholas, Herefordshire (2000)  https://www.channel4.com/programmes/time-team/on-demand/27818-010

 

Time Team, Season 17, Episode 12: Commanding Heights, Dinmore Hill, Herefordshire (2010).  https://theofficetv.com/index.php/series/600571-time-team/seasons/17/episodes/12?__cf_chl_jschl_tk__=pmd_51cbef09aa333ce3e5cfdf38d3a9f715bff0232b-1628780224-0-gqNtZGzNAg2jcnBszQi6

 

Further Site Investigation Sutton Walls Former Landfill. 2013 Arcadis EC Harris Report  Powerpoint presentation https://slideplayer.com/slide/3810823/

 

 

Image Collections

 

Herefordshirehistory.org.uk

https://herefordshirehistory.org.uk/links

 

Herefordshire Through Time

https://htt.herefordshire.gov.uk

 

Alfred Watkins Collection

https://herefordshirehistory.org.uk/archive/alfred-watkins-collection

 

Historic Environment Record (HER912)

https://htt.herefordshire.gov.uk/herefordshires-past/the-prehistoric-period/the-iron-age/

 

Cambridge University Collection of Aerial Photography (CUCAP)

https://www.cambridgeairphotos.com/

 

 

Google Earth. Search for HR1 3AY

 

Maps.

 

Georeferenced maps. National Library of Scotland Historic Mapping.    https://maps.nls.uk/geo/explore/spy/

 

Ordnance Survey: Differing dates and scales.

 

 

Ecology

 

 

Newspapers.

 

Hereford Journal via https://www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk

Hereford Times via https://www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk

 

 

Regarding St Ethelbert Legend.

 

Giraldus Cambriensis, in his life of St. Ethelbert, speaks of this place by the name of King's, Sutton, and South-town Walls. 

Florence of Worcester (early 12th century)

William of Malmesbury (12th century historian), 

Osbert of Clare (d. 1158, later Abbot of Westminster) 

Gerald of Wales (c.1146-c.1223)chronicler, 

Matthew Paris of St Albans (c.1199-1259) 

Richard Cirencester (d. early 15th century) chronicler.

John Brompton's Chronicon (medieval historian)