Publications about specific finds, sites or aspects of Roman Lincolnshire

These publications and articles all concern specific archaeological sites or aspects of Roman Lincolnshire, with links if they are available online. Due to the huge amount of historic and recent interest in Roman Lincolnshire, this list is incomplete and will continue to grow. If you know of something you think should be here, especially if available open access online, please let me know through the comments.


Allen, J. R. L. 2013. Four Whetstones from Roman Fiskerton: a Wealden (Surrey/West Sussex) product in Lincolnshire. Lincolnshire History and Archaeology Vol 48

Ambrose, T. 1978. Gaius Valerius – A Roman Soldier in Lincoln. Lincolnshire Museums Information Sheet, Archaeology Series 1

Ambrose, T. 1978. Newport Arch, Lincoln. Lincolnshire Museums Information Sheet, Archaeology Series 4

Ambrose, T. 1979. Gods and Goddesses of Roman Ancaster. Lincolnshire Museums Information Sheet, Archaeology Series 8

Ambrose, T. 1979. Resources for Teachers – Roman Lincolnshire and South Humberside. Lincolnshire Museums Information Sheet, Archaeology Series 12

Bewley, Robert H. 1998. Lincolnshire’s Archaeology from the Air. Occasional Papers in Lincolnshire History and Archaeology No 11. Society for Lincolnshire History and Archaeology

Darling, Margaret. 1977. A Group of Late Roman Pottery from Lincoln. The Archaeology of Lincoln Vol XVI-1. Lincoln Archaeological Trust

Daubney, Adam. 2009. A Gold Roman Coin-Ring from Benniworth, LincolnshireThe Antiquaries Journal Vol 89

Daubney, Adam. 2010. The use of gold in late Iron Age and Roman Lincolnshire. In Malone, S. and Williams, M. (Eds.) Rumours of Roman Finds: Recent Work on Roman Lincolnshire. Proceedings of a Conference held at the University of Lincoln, 25th June 2005. Heritage Trust of Lincolnshire

Daubney, Adam. 2010. The Cult of Totatis: evidence for tribal identity in mid Roman Britain. British Archaeological Reports (British Series) 510, 105-116

Daubney, Adam. 2016. 50 Finds from Lincolnshire: Objects from the Portable Antiquities Scheme. Amberley

Dobney, Keith and Jaques, Deborah. 1994. The remains of a chicken from a Roman grave at Saltersford water treatment plant, near Grantham, LincolnshireReports from the Environmental Archaeology Unit, York 94/30

Elsdon,  S.M. 1997. Old Sleaford Revealed: A Lincolnshire settlement in Iron Age, Roman, Saxon and medieval times: excavations 1882-1995. Oxbow

Field, N. and Hurst, Henry. 1983. Roman Horncastle. Lincolnshire History and Archaeology Vol 18

Field, N. and Parker-Pearson, M. 2003. Fiskerton: An Iron Age Timber Causeway with Iron Age and Roman Votive Offerings. Oxbow

Fox, George E. 1892. Recent Discoveries of Roman Remains in Lincoln. Archaeologia Vol 53, Part 1

Green, Caitlin. Tealby, the Taifali, and the end of Roman Lincolnshire

Hawkes, C.F.C., Richmond, I.A. and Nash-Williams, V.E. 1946. The Archaeology of Lincoln and Lincolnshire: The Roman Occupation. The Archaeological Journal Vol 103

Jones, Michael J. 1980. The Defences of the Upper Roman Enclosure. The Archaeology of Lincoln Vol VII-1. Lincoln Archaeological Trust

Lane, T. and Morris, L. 2001. A Millennium of Saltmaking: Prehistoric and Romano-British Salt Production in the Fenland. Lincolnshire Archaeology and Reports Series No 4. Heritage Trust of Lincolnshire

Leary, R. S. 1994. Excavations at the Romano-British Settlement at Pasture Lodge Farm, Long Bennington, Lincolnshire, 1975-77, by H. M. Wheeler. Occasional Papers in Lincolnshire History and Archaeology No 10. Society for Lincolnshire History and Archaeology

Lee, Antony. 2011. Three Late Roman gold solidi from Lincoln. Lincolnshire Past and Present Vol 85

Lee, Antony. 2011. A Roman ring with an intaglio of Bacchus from Revesby, Lincolnshire. Lincolnshire Past and Present Vol 86

Lee, Antony. 2012. A Roman erotic knife handle from Syston, Lincolnshire. Lincolnshire Past and Present Vol 87

Lee, Antony. 2012. A Romano-British snake bracelet terminal from Marton, Lincolnshire. Lincolnshire Past and Present Vol 88

Lee, Antony. 2012. A Romano British ring bezel in the form of a denarius of Julia Maesa from Ulceby, Lincolnshire. Lincolnshire Past and Present Vol 89

Lee, Antony. 2015. ‘Of considerable distinction and elegance’: A new antiquarian illustration of a tessellated pavement at Scampton Roman villa, near Lincoln. Lincolnshire Past and Present Vol 100

Lee, Antony. 2015. Bringing a Roman bull back to life. Lincolnshire Past and Present Vol 102

Lee, Antony. 2016. Treasures of Roman Lincolnshire. Amberley

Lewis, Michael. 2012. Thoughts on the Roman bridge at Lincoln. Lincolnshire History and Archaeology Vol 47

Malone, S. and Williams, M. (Eds.). 2010. Rumours of Roman Finds: Recent Work on Roman Lincolnshire. Proceedings of a Conference held at the University of Lincoln, 25th June 2005. Heritage Trust of Lincolnshire

Mann, J. E. and Reece, Richard. 1983. Roman coins from Lincoln 1970-1979. The Archaeology of Lincoln Vol VI-2. Lincoln Archaeological Trust

May, Jeffrey. 1996. Dragonby: Report on Excavations at an Iron Age and Romano-British Settlement in North Lincolnshire. Oxbow

Oliver, Richard. 2006. Possible Roman Roads from Caistor and a Possible Fort at Cleethorpes. Lincolnshire History and Archaeology Vol 41

Palmer-Brown, C. and Rylatt, J. 2011. How Times Change: Navenby Unearthed. Pre-Construct Archaeology Ltd Monograph 2. PCA

Parker, J. B. 1878. Notes on the Discovery of a Roman Porticus at Lincoln. Archaeological Journal, Vol 35

Penrose, F. C. 1878. Account of some Roman remains found at Lincoln. Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries 2nd Series, Vol 7

Simmons, B. B. and Cope-Faulkner, P. 2004. The Car Dyke: Past Work, Current State and Future Possibilities. Lincolnshire Heritage and Archaeology Reports Series 8. Heritage Trust of Lincolnshire

Smith, Arthur. 1909. Roman Antiquities in the City and County Museum, Lincoln – part 1. Lincoln City and County Museum publications, no 3 (2nd edition)

Smith, Arthur. 1908. Roman Antiquities in the City and County Museum, Lincoln – part 2. Lincoln City and County Museum publications, no 5

Smith, Arthur. 1909. Roman Antiquities in the City and County Museum, Lincoln – part 3. Lincoln City and County Museum publications, no 7

Smith, Arthur. 1912. Roman Antiquities in the City and County Museum, Lincoln – part 4. Lincoln City and County Museum publications, no 14

Smith, Arthur. 1913. Roman Antiquities in the City and County Museum, Lincoln – part 5. Lincoln City and County Museum publications, no 16

Smith, Arthur. 1910. Coins of the Roman period found in Lincolnshire – part 1. Lincoln City and County Museum publications, no 10

Smith, Arthur. 1910. Coins of the Roman period found in Lincolnshire – part 2. Lincoln City and County Museum publications, no 11

Smith, Arthur. 1911. Coins of the Roman period found in Lincolnshire – part 3. Lincoln City and County Museum publications, no 11

Smith, Arthur. 1911. Coins of the Roman period found in Lincolnshire – part 4. Lincoln City and County Museum publications, no 13

Smith, Arthur. 1929. A catalogue of the Roman inscribed stones found in the city of Lincoln. City and County Museum

Todd, Malcolm. 1966. Roman stamped tiles from Lincoln and their origin. Lincolnshire History and Archaeology Vol 1

Stocker, David. 1997. Also a Soldier …’: Evidence for a Mithraeum in Lincoln?. Lincolnshire History and Archaeology Vol 32

Vale, David. 1997. Lincoln: A Place in Time. FLARE

Venables, Rev. 1883. Notes on the Portico of the Roman Basilica in the Bail, Lincoln. Archaeological Journal, Vol XL

Venables, Rev. 1891. Some account of the Roman colonnade discovered in Bailgate, Lincoln. Associated Architectural Societies Reports and Papers Vol 21

Willis, S. 2013. The Roman Roadside Settlement and Multi-Period Ritual Complex at Nettleton and Rothwell, Lincolnshire. The Central Lincolnshire Wolds Research Project Vol 1. PCA / University of Kent

White, Andrew. 1979. Antiquities from the River Witham part 1: Prehistoric and Roman. Lincolnshire Museums Information Sheet, Archaeology Series 12

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