86 The Green, Kings Norton: Archaeological Excavation

Birmingham Archaeology, 2016

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Introduction

86 The Green, Kings Norton: Archaeological Excavation

Archaeological investigations were undertaken prior to the construction of an extension to number 86, The Green, Kings Norton, Birmingham in 2007. Previous archaeological projects within Kings Norton and the immediate area have identified important buried remains surviving around and indeed beneath the modern buildings.

The investigations revealed a relatively low level of archaeological activity. A post medieval structure, consisting of a wall and a cobbled surface, were encountered. Shallow pits and post holes were exposed with post-medieval finds.