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Excavations at Deansway, Worcester, 1988-89: Romano-British small town to late medieval city

By Hal Dalwood and Rachel Edwards

CBA Research Report No 139 (2002)



This archive presents selected portions of the publication 'Excavations at Deansway, Worcester, 1988-89: Romano-British small town to late medieval city'. The sections are in 'pdf' format, requiring Adobe Acrobat compatible software for viewing. The sections of the publication available in this archive are listed below, accompanied by a brief synopsis of their contents. To open a section simply click on the red text.


Title and Contents Pages. (9 pages; ppi-ix) 58 KB
6 Site narratives: activity unit tables
6.1 Deansway Site 2: Bull Entry by Robin Jackson (Tables 7 - 15). (64 pages; pp1 - 64) 219 KB
6.2 Deansway Site 1: Powisk Lane South by Victoria Bryant and Gary Taylor (Tables 16 - 24) (37 pages; pp64 - 100) 144 KB
6.3 Deansway Site 3: Ambulance station by Gary Taylor (Tables 25 - 32) (12 pages; pp100 - 112) 80 KB
6.4 Deansway Sites 4 and 5: Powick Lane north by Hal Dalwood and Rachel Edwards (Tables 34 - 43) (27 pages; pp112 - 138) 111 KB
7 Specialist reports: artefacts, ecofacts, soils, and dating
7.1 Introduction to the pottery reports by Victoria Bryant and Jane Evans (Table 45) (9 pages; pp139 - 148) 62 KB
7.9 Ironworking residues by Gerry McDonnell and Anthony Swiss
7.9.3 Compositional and statistical analysis of Roman ironworking slag (10 pages; pp148 - 157)
752 KB
7.10 Chemical analysis of the copper alloys by Nigel Blades (7 pages; pp157 - 163) 91 KB
7.13 Iron and copper alloy objects by Nina Crummy (12 pages; pp163 - 174) 82 KB
7.16 Roman vessel glass and glass working waste by Hilary E M Cool and Caroline M Jackson (2 pages; pp174 - 176) 49 KB
7.24 Worked stone by Fiona Roe (18 pages; pp176 - 193) 72 KB
7.26 Flint by Hal Dalwood (2 pages; pp194 - 195) 60 KB
7.28 Animal remains by Rebecca A Nicholson and Sally A Scott
7.28.11 Spatial variation (9 pages; pp195 - 203)
548 KB
7.29 Human skeletal remains by Christine Osborne
7.29.3 Skeletal inventory (4 pages; pp203 - 206)
69 KB
7.30 Botanical remains by Lisa Moffett (23 pages; pp206 - 228) 105 KB
7.32 Soil micromorphology by Richard I Macphail (26 pages; pp229 - 254) 1454 KB

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