External monographs, produced by PCA are available to purchase or download below.
University of Kent Monographs
University of Kent, Excavations and Survey at Ostia: 2008-2012. Final Report. ELECTRONIC RELEASES.
The Roman Roadside Settlement and Multi-Period Ritual Complex at Nettleton and Rothwell, Lincolnshire The Central Lincolnshire Wolds Research Project Volume 1
The unremarkable arable landscape around Mount Pleasant today belies the importance of the area in the past; at the highest point of the Lincolnshire Wolds and at the head of three radial valleys, this was a highly significant locality in earlier times, with Iron Age coins and contemporary miniatures suggesting the location of a shrine. Enclosures and trackways, revealed by geophysical survey, and stone-founded buildings suggested that the site was a nodal point in the landscape.
This volume collates the result of fifteen years of fieldwork, research and analysis by Dr Willis, supported by Lincolnshire County Council, on a small area of the Lincolnshire Wolds. The work on site included student training in fieldwork methods, assisted by the vital contribution of volunteers from the local community.