P. V Addyman and V. Kinsler, eds., (1992). Anglo-Scandinavian Ironwork from Coppergate. York: Council for British Archaeology.

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Anglo-Scandinavian Ironwork from Coppergate
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The Archaeology of York
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17 (6)
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Monograph Chapter (in Series)
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Patrick Ottoway
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Peter V Addyman
Valerie Kinsler
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York Archaeological Trust
Council for British Archaeology
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1992
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1 872414 29 X
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Editorial Expansion: The Archaeology of York Vol. 17 fasc. 6
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biab_online
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28 Nov 2013
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Abstract
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The assemblage presented, from 16-22 Coppergate, York, is of an unprecedented size and variety in England. Over 4,700 iron objects are described dating from c.400 to the late 11th century. Included are knives and tools for crafts such as textile preparation and woodworking, fittings for doors, chests and other iron objects, buckles, strap-ends and pins, and arrow-heads and sword fragments. Smithing tools, iron blanks and scrap provide evidence for iron production.
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