P. V Addyman, ed., (2002). Medieval urbanism in Coppergate. York Archaeological Trust.

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Medieval urbanism in Coppergate
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refining a townscape
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The Archaeology of York
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10 (6)
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224
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Records the excavation of four medieval properties in Coppergate, on a street known to be particularly prosperous in the thirteenth--sixteenth centuries. The investigation revealed an extensive archaeological view of the eleventh- to seventeenth-century secular township of York. Anoxic conditions have preserved evidence of York's houses, workshops and properties during centuries when none survive above ground and documentation is sparse. Includes separately authored reports on:
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Author:
Kurt Hunter-Mann
Richard A Hall
Editor
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Editor:
Peter V Addyman
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Council for British Archaeology
York Archaeological Trust
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2002
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1 902771 31 1
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Editorial Expansion: The Archaeology of York Vol 10 fasc 6
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The British & Irish Archaeological Bibliography (BIAB)
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23 Apr 2003
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Abstract
Sarah Rees-Jones
684 - 698
which includes a specialist report on
Christopher Daniell
696 - 698
Ian Carlisle
748
Rhona Finlayson
779 - 789
which outlines the evidence for activity at the site
Ailsa J Mainman
816
Jennifer Hillam
826 - 835
Cathy Groves
835 - 838
James A Spriggs
839 - 847
which includes three specialist reports on
Jennifer Hillam
839 - 840
Ian Panter
841
and
Jennifer Hillam
842 - 843
Beryl Lott
848 - 854
which describes some seventy items of medieval carved stone, from various different buildings