Excavations at Preston Street, Exeter 1976-77 (Exeter archive site 60)

Exeter City Council, Cotswold Archaeology, 2015

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Overview

Excavations at Preston Street, Exeter 1976-77 (Exeter archive site 60)

This dataset is part of a wider project to disseminate the consolidated archive derived from excavations carried out in Exeter by Exeter Archaeology.

The collection comprises information from the 63 principal sites investigated between 1970 and 1990 as well as reports concerning the city walls and fortress sites as well as annual reports and reports to the Exeter Archaeology Advisory Committee. Information pertaining to the Exeter Archaeology Archive Project as a whole and the list of sites involved can be found by clicking the 'Exeter Archaeology Archive Project' link in the left-hand column

The archive for the excavations at Preston Street 1976-77, contains the following files:

  • Reports
    • There are 2 documents available: the site report 92.38 which discusses the Roman military findings and a finds document which looks at the contexts and dating information.
  • Images
    • There are 3 image files available comprising bromides and negatives.

All of these files are available from the 'Downloads' page.