Document ReferenceMS 823/1/8
TitleBox of slides entitled 'Local History - Archaeology' (H2), containing views by Philip Lyth of prehistoric, Roman, Saxon and Norman remains; 1969-1991
Extent173 slides
Content DescriptionColour slides showing scenes of burial chambers, hillforts, standing stones, crosses and wells and Roman structures from Arles, Nimes and various places in Britain [only one East Midlands example is present, Arbor Low in Derbyshire]; also Norman churches and artefacts at Burnham Deepdale in Norfolk, Calverton and Southwell in Nottinghamshire, Corbridge in Northumberland, and Mungrisedale in Cumbria; and the Saxon Cross at Stapleford in Nottinghamshire.

Most of the slides are labelled with a description and numbered H2, 1-100. There is a key to the slides written inside the box.

24 of the slides, dated 1980-1988, relate to the East Midlands.
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