Roman burials, medieval tenements and suburban growth

Roman burials, medieval tenements and suburban growth

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The excavation al 201 Bishopsgate in 1998-9 uncovered evidence for Londinium's northern cemetery, roadside occupation along Roman Ermine Street, and medieval and later development to the west of Bishopsgate. This area has been extensively used and re-used, from burials to refuse-disposal to houses, as London has expanded. This volume documents the excavation with many pictures and tables, as well as extensive descriptions and discussions of the excavation at each stage.Archaeology Service ... Hist Geogr Res Ser 40, London Cannon, Y D, 1987 Marine fish osteology: a manual for archaeologists, Burnaby, BC Charleston, ... in Maiolica in the north: the archaeology of tin-glazed earthenware in north-west Europe c 1500-1600 (ed D Gaimster), Brit Mus ... G, 1998 The medieval household: daily living c 1150-c 1450, HMSO Medieval Finds from Excavations in London Ser 6, anbsp;...

Title:Roman burials, medieval tenements and suburban growth
Author:Dan Swift, Museum of London. Archaeology Service
Publisher:Museum of London Archaeology Svc - 2003


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