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IAG reports & publications
Click on a link or browse below:
BroadwoodBrows Pasture | Burton in Lonsdale | CBA Festival
Chapel Fell | Clapham Bottoms | Crummock Dale | Fieldwalking
George Smith's Diaries |
Horton in RibblesdaleIngleborough | Ingleton
Local literature
Kilnsey | Kingsdale | Leck | Malham | Masongill | Ribblehead | Sandymire
Scales Moor | Sell GillSelside | Sow Kiln | Spring Cote | Voices from the Past

For information on how to order a particular publication, please email us on
ingleborougharchaeologygroup.org.uk

In addition to publications and reports by the IAG, we have also been involved in the work supporting Stories in Stone publications. These are:

Ingleborough’s Placed Stones: An Archaeological Investigation of Stone Settings on Ingleborough
Clapham Bottoms: Archaeological Investigation of an Early Medieval Farmstead
Southerscales: A Deserted Settlement; Archaeological Investigation of an Early Medieval Complex
Thorns Through Time: The Story of an Abandoned Settlement

Broadwood
Broadwood 2003
2003 saw the first official IAG excavation: a Romano-British site, the type site for Ingletonian sites. Click here for Broadwood 2003.

The Broadwood Project: Thornton in Lonsdale
An Archaeological and Historical Investigation.
Editorial Committee. Pub. 2004. Available from the Tourist Information Centre, Ingleton LA6 3HG at the reduced price of 1+p&p

Excavation of Broadwood Enclosure, Thornton in Lonsdale, North Yorkshire
Report on the excavation of a Romano-British Enclosure and a 17th century limekiln.
Editor: David Johnson. Pub. 2004. No longer available in print but pdf version available on request.

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Brows Pasture
Excavation of two Anglo-Saxon period farmsteads in Brows pasture, Chapel-le-Dale, North Yorkshire. Click here for the report.

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Burton in Lonsdale
Burton in Lonsdale Churchyard:
Training in surveying, image inhancing and aiding genealogists. Click here for the report.

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CBA Festival
CBA Festival 2010. Click here for a report on our contribution to the 2010 CBA Festival of British Archaeology.

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Chapel Fell
Chapel Fell: Investigation of a multi-period site at Chapel Fell, Malham Tarn
Ingleborough Archaeology Group
Pub. 2016. 10 plus 2.50 postage. Contents also available to view online.

Chapel Fell: An informal blog of the excavation in 2016 can be found here.

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Clapham Bottoms
Clapham Bottoms 2008 - 2016
Click here for reports on visits to Clapham Bottoms.

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Crummock Dale
The Crummack Dale Project: Excavation of three early medieval steadings and a lime kiln
Ingleborough Archaeology Group
Pub. 2015. 10 plus 2.50 postage. Contents also available to view online.

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Fieldwalking
Fieldwalking 2010: Click here for a report on a day spent fieldwalking in April 2010.

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Horton in Ribblesdale
Excavation in 2011 of an early medieval structure in Upper Pasture, Horton in Ribblesdale, North Yorkshire
Dr David Johnson
Pub. 2012. 8.00 plus 2.50 postage. Contents also available to view online.

Upper Pasture excavation:
informal blog here.

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George Smith's Diaries
George Smith's D
iaries: extracts from the diaries of the Hornby Castle land agent 1819 to 1856. A glimpse into rural life in the early 19th century in the Lune Valley.
Carol Howard
Ingleborough Archaeology Group
Pub. 2020. 8 plus 2 postage. This book is also available from Hornby Post Office for 12.

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Ingleborough
A survey of the north-west flanks of Ingleborough 2007-2011
Editor Yvonne Luke
Pub. 2012. Revised edition (2014) now available. 10.00 plus 2.50 postage. Contents also available to view online.

A series of three archaeological walks around Ingleborough: The IAG, in conjunction with Natural England, have devised three archaeological walks within the Natural England land on Ingleborough. Phone apps and printed versions now available. Details here. These walks have been funded through Stories in Stone.

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Ingleton
Voices from the past - inventories and wills from the parish of Ingleton 1548 - 1700
Carol Howard & Sheila Gordon
Ingleborough Archaeology Group
Pub. 2015. 20 members 25 non members plus 3 postage. Contents also available to view online.

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Kilnsey
Corn Drying Kiln at Kilnsey 2008
In 2008 IAG joined forces with the Upper Wharfedale Heritage Group for a joint excavation of a Corn Drying Kiln at Kilnsey. Click here for Kilnsey Dig report. Warning: this is a large (6MB) file you will be downloading.


Kilnsey Sow Kiln 2007
Also in 2007 the IAG joined with the Upper Wharfedale Heritage Group to excavate a lime kiln at Kilnsey. Click
here for a report of the Kilnsey Sow Kiln Excavation.

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Kingsdale
Kingsdale Beck at Sandymire 2007
In 2007 the group investigated timbers found in Kingsdale Beck at Sandymire with some very interesting results. Click here to read the report.

Kingsdale Head 2005
In 2005 IAG began excavating a site at Kingsdale Head which revealed occupation from the Mesolithic through the Bronze Age to late Medieval. Click here for the lithics report from the 2009 excavations. Click here to see a copy of our publication: 'The Kingsdale Survey 2005 - 2007'. Warning:This is a large (5MB) file you will be downloading.

Excavation of a Mesolithic site at Kingsdale Head (SD712 799) by the Ingleborough Archaeology Group 2009-10
N D Melton, H Russ and D S Johnson
Pub. 2014. 10 plus 2.50 postage. Contents also available to view online.

The Kingsdale Head Project: Kingsdale in the Parish of Thornton in Lonsdale, North Yorkshire 
Editor: John McIlwaine
Pub. 2007. Price 1 + 2.50 postage.

The Kingsdale Survey 2005 - 2007

Incorporating the Kingsdale Head Project
Editor: Carol Howard
Pub. 2007. No longer available but click here to see a pdf version.

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Leck
Leck Fell 2010
In July 2010 the IAG undertook a survey of Leck Fell. Click here to see the interim report and click here to see the associated spreadsheet detailing all of the recorded features. Warning: this is a large (5MB) file you will be downloading.

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Masongill
Masongill Hall 2007 - 2008
In 2007 & 2008 the IAG undertook the excavation of potentially ancient earthworks at Masongill Hall after first clearing away tons of accumulated rubbish! Click here to read a report about the excavation.

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Ribblehead
Ribblehead Construction Camps 2007
In 2007 IAG were commissioned by the Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority to undertake a mitigation exercise on the only known stone-building within the Ribblehead construction camps, to determine its original form and functions and to stabilise the feature for posterity. Click here for a report of the Ribblehead Excavation.


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Sandymire
The Sandymire Project:  Kingsdale in the Parish of Thornton in Lonsdale, North Yorkshire

Arthur Batty
Pub. 2007. The report may be viewed online.

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Scales Moor
Scales Moor 2015 onwards: The IAG continue to undertake a large-scale survey of the archaeological features on Scales Moor. Click here to view the latest reports and spreadsheets.

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Sell Gill
Sell Gill, New Houses, Horton-in-Ribblesdale 2021: an archaeologucal assessment of Sell Gill Farmhouse. Click here to see the report.

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Selside
Excavation of a multi-period site in Top Cow Pasture, Selside, Upper Ribblesdale
Ingleborough Archaeology Group
Pub. 2015. 5 plus 2.50 postage. Contents also available to view online.

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Sow Kilns
Sow Kilns 2004 - 2006
Between 2004 and 2006 the IAG helped in the excavation of a series of Sow Kilns at a variety of locations. Click here for a summary report.

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Spring Cote
Spring Cote, Chapel-le-Dale 2012
In July 2012 the group excavated a putative round house at Spring Cote, Chapel-le-Dale. Click here to read a brief interim report.

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Stories in Stone

These four publications are available from the Yorkshire Dales Millennium Trust, The Old Post Office, Main Street, Clapham, North Yorkshire, LA2 8DP.  The price below includes 1.50 postage. Shop for these 4 titles (and many others) on https://www.ydmt.org/shop

  1. David S Johnson, 2020, ‘Ingleborough’s Placed Stones: An Archaeological Investigation of Stone Settings on Ingleborough’, Yorkshire Dales Millennium Trust. 6.50
  2. David S Johnson, 2019, ‘Clapham Bottoms: Archaeological Investigation of an Early Medieval Farmstead’, Yorkshire Dales Millennium Trust. 6.50
  3. David S Johnson, 2019, 'Southerscales: A Deserted Settlement; Archaeological Investigation of an Early Medieval Complex’, David S Johnson, 2019, Yorkshire Dales Millennium Trust, 15.50
  4. David S Johnson, 2018, ‘Thorns Through Time: The Story of an Abandoned Settlement’, Yorkshire Dales Millennium Trust, 15
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Voices from the Past
Voices from the past - inventories and wills from the parish of Ingleton 1548 - 1700
Carol Howard & Sheila Gordon
Ingleborough Archaeology Group
Pub. 2015. 20 members 25 non members plus 3 postage. Contents also available to view online.

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email: ingleborougharchaeologygroup@gmail.com
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