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Hill, T. (2008) Victoria Park, Stoke-on-Trent: a palaeoenvironmental evaluation of deposits encountered during ground investigations. University of Birmingham: Birmingham Archaeo-Environmental, HAL-55-08. https://doi.org/10.5284/1039074

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Site details

Location
Site nameVictoria Park, Stoke on Trent
ParishSTOKE ON TRENT
DistrictSTOKE ON TRENT
CountySTAFFORDSHIRE
CountryEngland
Grid reference SJ 8792 4458 (point)
Monuments and Finds      
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DescriptionPalaeoenvironmental evaluation of natural deposits encountered under Made Ground within former site of Stoke City Football Club, Victoria Ground, Stoke. Windowless sampling drill rig was used to extract 11 cores to a depth of up to 8m. Organic-rich silkts commonly encountered in boreholes positioned along a palaeoechannel route, likely to have been infilled in the early 20th century. Relatively low palaeoenvironmental potential. Pollen assessments recommended, supported by radiocarbon dating
Associated identifier birmingh3-43502