List of my commissioned reports on archaeological oysters etc

In the previous post, I listed published research I have undertaken into oyster shells and other marine mollusc shells recovered from archaeological excavations in the UK. In this post, I list commissioned reports that I have completed – which are mostly unpublished as far as I know. 

Commissioned reports 

Winder, J.M. (1984)  Oyster shells from excavations at Pudding Lane.  Report to the Department of Urban Archaeology, Museum of London. 

Winder, J.M. (1987)  A report on the marine molluscs from the excavations at 49-53 Moorgate and 72-73 Coleman Street,  Report for the Department of Urban Archaeology, Museum of London. 

Winder, J.M. (1987)  Report on the oyster shells from excavations at Guildhall House 1985, report to the Department of Urban Archaeology, Museum of London. 

Winder, J.M. (1988)  Oyster shells from Owslebury, Hampshire, Ancient Monuments Laboratory Report, 53/88, Historic Buildings and Monuments Commission for England.

Winder, J.M. (1989)  Oyster and other marine mollusc shells from excavations at Corfe Castle 1986-7,  Report for the National Trust. 

Winder, J.M. (1989) Oyster shells from Newport Roman Villa, Isle of Wight: an interim report for Isle of Wight County Archaeological Committee 1989.

Winder, J.M. (1989)  Oyster shells from excavations at Lodge Farm near Kingston Lacey, Dorset.  Report to the National Trust.

Winder, J.M. (1990)  Marine mollusc shells from Bury St Edmunds Abbey, Suffolk.  Report to the Ancient Monuments Laboratory. 

Winder, J.M. (1990) Ormer and other marine mollusc shells from a 12th century site at Grandes Rocques, Guernsey, C.I.  Report to Guernsey Museum and Art Gallery.

Winder, J. M. and Gerber-Parfitt, S. (1998) Oysters from Excavations at the Royal Opera House, London. Museum of London Archaeology Service, 26pp. 

Winder. J. M. (1998) Oysters and other marine Mollusca from late Saxon and Post-Conquest deposits, Lower High Street, Southampton. Report to City Heritage Services, Southampton City Council, 71pp. 

Winder, J. M. (2000) Oysters and other marine shells from Elms Farm, Heybridge, Essex, Report for Essex County Council Field Archaeology Unit, 74pp. 

Winder, J. M. (2000) Assessment report, Horndon-on-the-Hill, Essex, for Essex County Council Field Archaeology Unit, 22pp. 

Winder, J. M. (2000) Assessment of oysters and other marine molluscs from Thurnham Roman Villa, Channel Tunnel Rail Link site, for Oxford Archaeological Unit, 18pp . 

Winder, J. M. (2000) Assessment of oysters and other marine molluscs from West of Boarly Farm, Channel Tunnel Rail Link site, for Oxford Archaeological Unit, 3pp. 

Winder, J. M. (2000) Assessment of oysters and other marine molluscs from Chilston Park, Channel Tunnel Rail Link site, for Oxford Archaeological Unit, 3pp. 

Winder, J. M. (2000) Assessment of oysters and other marine molluscs from East of Station Road, Channel Tunnel Rail Link site, for Oxford Archaeological Unit, 3pp. 

Winder, J. M. (2000) Assessment of oysters and other marine molluscs from Nashenden Valley, Channel Tunnel Rail Link site, for Oxford Archaeological Unit, 3pp. 

Winder, J. M. (2000) Assessment of oysters and other marine molluscs from White Horse Stone, Channel Tunnel Rail Link site, for Oxford Archaeological Unit, 4pp. 

Winder, J. M. (2000) Assessment of oysters and other marine molluscs from West of Sittingbourne Road, Channel Tunnel Rail Link site, for Oxford Archaeological Unit, 3pp. 

Winder, J.M. (2001) Assessment of oysters and other marine molluscs from Boyshall Balancing Pond, Channel Tunnel Rail Link site, for Oxford Archaeological Unit, 3pp. 

Winder, J.M. (2001) Assessment of oysters and other marine molluscs from Talbot House, Sellindge, Channel Tunnel Rail Link site, for Oxford Archaeological Unit, 3pp. 

Winder, J.M. (2001) Assessment of oysters and other marine molluscs from Great Wakering, Essex, for Essex County Council Field Archaeology Unit, 29pp. 

Winder, J.M. (2001) Assessment of Oysters and other marine shells from Horndon-on-the-Hill, Essex, for Essex County Council Field Archaeology Unit, 22pp. 

Winder, J.M. (2001) Assessment of oysters and other marine molluscs from Bridge House, Mersham, Channel Tunnel Rail Link site, for Oxford Archaeological Unit,3pp. 

Winder, J.M. (2001) Assessment of oysters and other marine molluscs from Boyshall Road, Channel Tunnel Rail Link site, for Oxford Archaeological Unit, 6pp. 

Winder, J.M. (2001) Assessment of oysters and other marine molluscs from Brockton Farm, Channel Tunnel Rail Link site, for Oxford Archaeological Unit, 3pp. 

Winder, J.M. (2001) Assessment of oysters and other marine molluscs from Bower Road, Willesborough (Ashford), Channel Tunnel Rail Link site, for Oxford Archaeological Unit, 4pp. 

Winder, J.M. (2001) Oysters and other marine shells from Horndon-on-the-Hill, Essex, for Essex County Council Field Archaeology Unit, 105pp plus appendices.

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About winderjssc

Jessica Winder has a background in ecological studies in both the museum and the research laboratory. She is passionate about the natural world right on our doorsteps. She is enthusiastic about capturing what she sees through photography and wants to open the eyes of everyone to the beauty and fascination of nature. She is author of 'Jessica's Nature Blog' at http://natureinfocus.wordpress.com. Jessica has also extensively researched macroscopic variations in oyster and other edible marine mollusc shells from archaeological excavations as a means of understanding past exploitation of marine shellfish resources. She is an archaeo-malacological consultant through Oysters etc. and is publishing summaries of her shell research work on the WordPress Blog called 'Oysters etc.' at https://oystersetcetera.wordpress.com 'Photographic Salmagundi' at http://photosalmagundi.wordpress.com is a showcase of photographs and digital art on all sorts of subjects - not just natural history.
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3 Responses to List of my commissioned reports on archaeological oysters etc

  1. national trust archaeology sw says:

    Hi Jessica, great to come across your blog and make contact again 🙂 we hope to publish Corfe Castle excavations soon! cheers Nance

    • winderjssc says:

      How nice to hear from you again, Nancy! I hope you are keeping well. It will be good to get the Corfe Castle excavations published – it seems a very long time ago since they were undertaken.

      • national trust archaeology sw says:

        🙂 it is a long time ago eak! Martin asks if you would be able to re visit the Corfe report you did for us and see if it needs any up dating etc? cheers
        Nance

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