P. V Addyman and V. Kinsler, eds., (1993). Pottery from 46-54 Fishergate. York: Council for British Archaeology.

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Pottery from 46-54 Fishergate
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The Archaeology of York
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16 (6)
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Ailsa J Mainman
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Peter V Addyman
Valerie Kinsler
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York Archaeological Trust
Council for British Archaeology
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1993
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1 872414 31 1
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Editorial Expansion: The Archaeology of York vol. 16 fasc. 6
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25 Nov 2013
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Abstract
541 - 666
This report comprises an important discussion of the Anglian pottery discovered in Fishergate, which included local, regional and imported wares. The high proportion of foreign wares suggests that the site might have had a special role in international trade. The pottery evidence does not support the idea of continuity of occupation beyond the mid 9th century. This hiatus is followed by deposits containing late Anglo-Scandinavian wares.
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