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Giecco, F. (2004) 42-48 Scotch Street, Carlise, Cumbria. Nenthead: Wardell Armstrong Archaeology, CP51/2004. https://doi.org/10.5284/1033342

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Document Details

Title42-48 Scotch Street, Carlise, Cumbria
AuthorsGiecco, F.
ProducerWardell Armstrong Archaeology
Place of productionNenthead
Other bibliographic detailsCP51/2004

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Site details

Location
Site name42-48 Scotch Street, Carlisle, Cumbria
ParishCARLISLE
DistrictCARLISLE
CountyCUMBRIA
CountryEngland
Grid reference NY 4040 5330 (point)
Monuments and Finds      
BUILDINGRoman
EXTRACTIVE PITMedieval
KILNMedieval
LAYERLate Prehistoric
WELLPost Medieval
CERAMICSMedieval
CERAMICSRoman
METALWORKMedieval
METALWORKRoman
WORKED STONERoman
 

Other details

DescriptionA4 and A3 spiral-bound assessment report
Associated identifier wardella2-216963