Rykeneld Street or Ryknield Street was a Roman road which ran through the northern Midlands of England from Deva to Derventio via what is now is not to be confused with the Icknield has in the past also been called by Victorian antiquarians the "Via Devina". The territory traversed would have been that of the Cornovii. DM Palisser and AC Pinnock, The Markets of Medieval Staffordshire, North Staffordshire Journal of Field Studies, vol II, , 55 Robin Studd, Medieval Newcastle under Lyme a hidden Domesday Borough? Staffordshire Studies volIII, University of Keele, /1, 17 Michael Swaton Ed, The Anglo-Saxon Chronicles, Phoenix Press, , North Staffordshire Journal of Field Studies Volume 4 (). 'An Archaeological Gazetteer of Staffordshire: Part 1' by A.J.H. Gunstone, page SST - Published Book: D. M. Palliser. The Making of the English Landscape: The Staffordshire Landscape. Page SST - Published Book: Robert Plot. The Natural History of. North Staffordshire Journal of Field Studies Nat. Soc. Inquiry, Result of the Returns to the General Inquiry made by the National Society, ().
BLADEN, W.W. “Notes on the folk-lore of North Staffordshire, chiefly collected at Stone”, Transactions of the North Staffordshire Field Club, , pages [Later reviewed in a book or pamphlet form (that form now lost?) in Folk File Size: KB. E. M. Yates, ‘Enclosure and the Rise of Grassland Farming in Staffordshire’, North Staffordshire Journal of Field Studies, 14 (). Google Scholar  J. A. Yelling, ‘Common Land and Enclosure in East Worcestershire, –’, TrIBG, 45 (). Buy this book on publisher's site; Personalised recommendations. Cite by: We have a thriving research environment, with established areas of internationally recognised expertise. Our research tackles issues that support the needs of government, local organisations and international partners. Our Research Centres are where we have a cluster of research excellence in areas of strategic importance. Domesday Book Staffordshire (Phillimore Translation). (c) Land of Henry de Ferrers. SST - Serial: University of Keele. North Staffordshire Journal of Field Studies volume 6 (). 'The Medieval Castles of Staffordshire' by L.M. Cantor, page
Cheryl L. Bolton Staffordshire University, UK. Cheryl L. Bolton (Ph.D.) is the Academic Group Leader for Lifelong and International Learning in the School of Education at Staffordshire University where she teaches and directs a range of programs including educational research at the masters and doctoral formerly worked in industry before entering further and . Art and Craft Week. FSC Flatford Mill. December - December Toni Peers, Carole Gray, Deb Hart. Art New Year Detox Week. FSC Flatford Mill. January - January Published Book: Robert Sherlock (Staffordshire County Council). The In dustrial Archaeology of Staffordshire. page (1) Serial: University of Keele. North Staffordshire Journal of Field Studies Volume 7 (). 'Industrial Archaeology in the Parish of Pebnkridge' by S.R. Broadbridge, pages (2). Newcastle and North Staffs Pioneer/Staffs Times (NEW) North Staffordshire Journal of Field Studies (from , previously Reports of North Staffs Field Club) (BUR); (NEW); , (LIC) Red Hand (Ind Coope Brewery magazine) (BUR).