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199 Borough High Street, Southwark: Excavations in 1962; Excavations at Guy's Hospital 1967.


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Anon. (pp. i-iv)
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199 Borough High Street, Southwark: Excavations in 1962
D J TURNER and C R ORTON (pp. 1-25)
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199 Borough High Street, Southwark: Excavations in 1962
D J TURNER and C R ORTON (pp. 1-25)

Low-cost excavations in 1962 resulted in the recovery of large quantities of stratified artefacts from the Romano-British period and from the 13th to 19th centuries. Romano-British occupation nearby lasted from the 1st to 4th centuries, but the presence of ditches crossing the north-west corner of the site in the 1st century indicated that Stane Street had run further to the west. The western half of the site had been covered by buildings from the 17th century onwards, but the remains of these had been substantially truncated by 19th century cellars.

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Excavations at Guy's Hospital 1967
G J DAWSON (pp. 27-65)
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Excavations at Guy's Hospital 1967
G J DAWSON (pp. 27-65)

This report deals with the excavation of two trenches at Guy’s Hospital. They revealed a number of ditches which were filled in and recut on a number of occasions. In one trench they were associated with a timber and later stone and brick building. They also produced evidence for two floods in the middle of the 15th century. The principal result, however, was the recovery of a large quantity of artefacts, particularly pottery, from a stratified sequence. Although the sequence produces some problems, solutions to these are proposed with the result that the site provides valuable evidence about the detailed development of pottery in the second half of the 15th century and the early 16th century. The implication of this for our knowledge of the various fabric groups represented is discussed. Its significance for the changes which occurred at this period is also discussed with an appraisal of the significance of foreign influence on these changes. Finally an attempt is made to interpret these finds as the product of economic, social and technological conditions at a particular time and place, both in their ‘production’ and use.

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Excavations at Guy's Hospital 1967
G J DAWSON (pp 1-76)
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Excavations at Guy's Hospital 1967
G J DAWSON (pp 77-155)
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