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CERAMIC BUILDING MATERIALS

 

Sandra is a York based archaeologist with over 25 years of experience, concentrating on the curation and study of artefacts. Ceramic building materials (aka brick and tile) are her particular specialisation and she is the author of many reports concerning this important, but unglamorous, class of find.

 

She welcomes consultation by non-commercial organisations such as local archaeological societies, museums, etc. on the subject of ceramic building materials of all periods, and is available for research projects, lecturing or teaching.

 

Individuals researching their own house as a hobby are advised to consult their local experts before sending an email to me. Very knowledgeable local researchers can often be found by contacting your local archaeology society (your local library will have details). Brick is very regional in nature, and it’s often best to start by asking those researching in that specific area. If you get no joy following that avenue, by all means contact me, but please remember to acknowledge my reply – it takes thought and time to answer your queries.

 

 

DIARY

 

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28th- 30th May 2011 – Ryedale Folk Museum – Late Roman (musivaria – mosaic maker)

4th-5th June 2011 – Chester Roman Festival – Late Roman with Britannia (musivaria – mosaic maker)

23rd-24th July 2011 – Malton Roman Festival – Early Roman, with The Vicus (musivaria – mosaic maker)

Tbc: 30th-31st July 2011 – Gladiator Games, The Guild Hall, London – Roman with Britannia

27th -29th August 2011 - Ryedale Folk Museum  Late Roman (musivaria – mosaic maker)

 

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SANDRAS INTERNET PAGES

 

Ø BRICK AND TILE NOTICEBOARD

Ø BRICKMAKING IN 19TH CENTURY YORK: A PRELIMINARY SURVEY

Ø A CBM BIBLIOGRAPHY

Ø MY CBM GREY LITERATURE  AND PUBLICATIONS

Ø CBM WEB LINKS

Ø BUY A FAKE BRICK!

Ø FAMILY HISTORY – THE BORDESSAS

Ø HISTORICAL FICTION

Ø BLOG: BOOKS AND BRICKS

Ø BLOG: HISTORICAL ADVENTURES IN THE NORTH

Ø BLOG: ROSEMARY SUTCLIFF: AN APPRECIATION

 

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Last Updated: 17/04/2011