York Archaeological Trust Fascicules

York Archaeological Trust, 2011

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York Archaeological Trust Fascicules

Location World regionBritish Isles and Ireland
British Isles countryEngland
English regionYorkshire and the Humber
CountyNorth Yorkshire
DistrictCity of York
PlaceYork
TGNWorld, Europe, United Kingdom, England, York [7011995]
Grid reference OSGB460341 451774
Grid reference Latitude longitude
bounding box
53.9912585
-1.1472695 -1.0139137
53.9259345
Subject Archaeological Sciences (England)LEATHER
FISH Archaeological Objects (England)WHETSTONE
FISH Archaeological Objects (England)BALANCE
FISH Archaeological Objects (England)BEAD
FISH Archaeological Objects (England)BELL
FISH Archaeological Objects (England)BOLT (FASTENING)
FISH Archaeological Objects (England)BROOCH
FISH Archaeological Objects (England)CASTING WASTE
FISH Archaeological Objects (England)CHALICE
FISH Archaeological Objects (England)CROSS
FISH Archaeological Objects (England)Clapper
FISH Archaeological Objects (England)DIE
FISH Archaeological Objects (England)DRESS AND PERSONAL ACCESSORIES
FISH Archaeological Objects (England)FISH HOOK
FISH Archaeological Objects (England)GAMING PIECE
FISH Archaeological Objects (England)GRAVE MARKER
FISH Archaeological Objects (England)GRAVE SLAB
FISH Archaeological Objects (England)GRINDSTONE
FISH Archaeological Objects (England)HARNESS
FISH Archaeological Objects (England)HORSE TRAPPING
FISH Archaeological Objects (England)JEWELLERY
FISH Archaeological Objects (England)JEWS HARP
FISH Archaeological Objects (England)KEY (LOCKING)
FISH Archaeological Objects (England)KNIFE
FISH Archaeological Objects (England)AMPULLA
FISH Archaeological Objects (England)ARROWHEAD
FISH Archaeological Objects (England)MOULDING
FISH Archaeological Objects (England)NAIL
FISH Archaeological Objects (England)PENDANT
FISH Archaeological Objects (England)PIN
FISH Archaeological Objects (England)POUCH
FISH Archaeological Objects (England)PURSE
FISH Archaeological Objects (England)QUERN
FISH Archaeological Objects (England)RING
FISH Archaeological Objects (England)SCABBARD
FISH Archaeological Objects (England)SHEATH
FISH Archaeological Objects (England)SHOE
FISH Archaeological Objects (England)SPINDLE
FISH Archaeological Objects (England)SPINDLE WHORL
FISH Archaeological Objects (England)SPOON
FISH Archaeological Objects (England)STAINED GLASS (WINDOW)
FISH Archaeological Objects (England)STATUE
FISH Archaeological Objects (England)STRAP
FISH Archaeological Objects (England)STRAP END
FISH Archaeological Objects (England)STRAP FITTING
FISH Archaeological Objects (England)STUD
FISH Archaeological Objects (England)SWORD
FISH Archaeological Objects (England)TWEEZERS
FISH Archaeological Objects (England)VESSEL
FISH Archaeological Objects (England)WEIGHT
Library of Congress Subject HeadingsArchaeology
Period MIDASEarly Medieval
MIDASMedieval
Project dates Created From03-JAN-2000
Created To31-MAR-2010
First Released21-JUN-2011
Last Modified21-JUN-2011
Identifiers Library Series ID132
Related information Is Version ofThe Archaeology of York The Small Finds 17/14. Craft Industry and Everyday Life. Finds from Anglo-Scandinavian York. A.J. Mainman and N. S. H. Rogers
Is Version ofThe Archaeology of York The Small Finds 17/16. Craft Industry and Everyday Life. Leather and Leatherworking in Anglo-Scandinavian and Medieval York. Quita Mould, Ian Carlisle and Esther Cameron
Is Version ofThe Archaeology of York The Small Finds 17/15. Craft Industry and Everyday Life. Finds from Medieval York. P. Ottoway and N. S. H. Rogers
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