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Evidence for a monastic and post-Dissolution boundary from 171-173 Bermondsey Street, Southwark

LORRAINE DARTON

Archaeological investigations at 171-173 Bermondsey Street revealed the chalk foundations of a building and two north-south ditches dated to the late medieval period. The well-preserved finds assemblages recovered from within the fills of the late medieval ditch included turned wooden bowls, leather shoes and several fish bones. The site findings are an indication of the influence of Bermondsey Abbey on the development and topography of Bermondsey, the probable activities that took place within the abbey precinct and the diet of the residents.

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