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Butler, C. (2008) An Archaeological Watching Brief at Seymour House, Landgate, Rye, East Sussex. Berwick: Chris Butler Archaeological Services https://doi.org/10.5284/1022473

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Site details

Location
Site nameSeymour House
ParishRYE
DistrictROTHER
CountyEAST SUSSEX
CountryENGLAND
Grid reference TQ 9215 2065 (point)
Monuments and Finds      
19TH CENTURY FEATURESPOST MEDIEVAL
12TH-13TH CENTURY POTTERYMEDIEVAL
13TH-14TH CENTURY POTTERY, TILEMEDIEVAL
14TH-15TH CENTURY POTTERYMEDIEVAL
15TH-16TH CENTURY POTTERYMEDIEVAL
16TH-17TH CENTURY POTTERY, CLAY PIPE, TILEPOST MEDIEVAL
18TH-19TH CENTURY POTTERY, CLAY PIPE, BRICK, TILEPOST MEDIEVAL
19TH-20TH CENTURY POTTERY, TILE, GLASSPOST MEDIEVAL
 

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DescriptionSpiral bound, A4. 39 pages: 1.0 Introduction 4 2.0 Archaeological and Historical Background 5 3.0 Archaeological Methodology 6 4.0 Results 7 5.0 Finds 10 6.0 Discussion 20 7.0 Acknowledgements 22 Appendix 1: Table of Contexts 28
Associated identifier chrisbut1-144122