Combined List of Figures

Bateman and Jeffrey

Figure 1: A record from the historical literature corpus showing the 'tagstract' used to illustrate the index metadata terms

Figure 2: Counts for the most frequently used period terms by decade

Figure 3: The number of distinct period terms recognised in the literature per decade

Figure 4: The breakdown and counts of the most used 'where' terms, by decade

Figure 5: A selection of 'where' terms ordered into an approximate east-west transect

Figure 6: The number of distinct place names indexed per decade


Figure 1: Hodson's Woodbury culture. Inset shows a plan of the Little Woodbury Iron Age enclosure. Based on Bersu 1940, fig. 1; Hodson 1964, fig. 1.

Figure 2: Little Woodbury in its landscape context. Based on Bersu 1940, fig. 2.

Figure 3: Cadw's non-statutory criteria for scheduling ancient monuments. Also available:

Figure 4: Picton Castle Mound. Inset shows the passageway through the mound. Photo reproduced by the kind permission of Cadw.

Figure 5: The distribution of SAMs in south Wales scheduled by Inspector X. © Crown copyright Ordnance Survey. All rights reserved.


Figure 1: An example of an OS 495 Card showing corrections by hand (© Crown copyright. NMR)

Figure 2: An example of an OS Illustrative Card showing an Antiquity Model (© Crown copyright. NMR, map ©Crown copyright. Ordnance Survey)

Figure 3: An example of an OS '210 Card', showing archaeological features as they would appear on a portion of a map (© Crown copyright. NMR)

Figure 4: An example of an OS 'Mini Card' with the corner clipped to show that the bibliographic record had been looked at (© Crown copyright. NMR)

Figure 5: A monument record in the NMRs current AMIE system (© English Heritage)

Figure 6: A section of the OS 1:10,000 scale annotated map for an area of Dorset (© Crown copyright. NMR, map © Crown copyright. Ordnance Survey)

Figure 7: Screenshot from the webGIS system in use at EH today displaying NMR monument data at 1:10,000 scale for part of the area shown in Figure 6 (© English Heritage and © Crown copyright. Ordnance Survey. All rights reserved. English Heritage 100019088. 2010)

Figure 8: The changing way Scheduled Monuments are recorded from physical objects: a) index cards (top left), b) maplet folder (top right) and c) county map volume (bottom left), to the digital: d) the RSM (bottom right and e) GIS layer (centre), ( a) © English Heritage, b and c) © English Heritage, map © Crown copyright. Ordnance Survey, d) © English Heritage, e) © Crown Copyright, map © Crown copyright. Ordnance Survey. All rights reserved. English Heritage 100019088. 2010).

Figure 9: Listed Buildings recording from (top left to bottom right) a) volumes and amendments, and b) hand-annotated maps, to c) the Listed Buildings System and d) a GIS layer ( a) © Crown Copyright, b) © English Heritage, map © Crown copyright, c) © English Heritage and d) © Crown Copyright. All rights reserved. English Heritage 100019088. 2010).


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