Noakes, H., (2009). An Archaeological Evaluation Report for Land to the Rear of The Black Bull Inn, Ribchester . North Pennines Archaeology Ltd.

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An Archaeological Evaluation Report for Land to the Rear of The Black Bull Inn, Ribchester
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https://doi.org/10.5284/1005061
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In June 2009, North Pennines Archaeology Ltd were commissioned to undertake an archaeological evaluation in advance of proposed development works on land to the rear of the Black Bull Inn, Ribchester, Lancashire (NGR: SD 6499 3534). Previous archaeological works within the village of Ribchester have found extensive remains relating to Ribchester Roman fort (Bremetenacum), and the associated civilian settlement, (vicus). English Heritage advised that due to the close proximity of development works to the Scheduled Area, the potential for archaeological remains being present were likely to be high. An evaluation consisting of three linear trial trenches was undertaken between the 16th June and the 18th June 2009. The positioning of these trenches was previously agreed with LCAS. Each trench measured 10m in length by 2m in width. The evaluation did not locate any archaeological features which may relate to the Roman occupation of the area outside the vicus at Ribchester, and also failed to locate any features which may be related to excavations nearby. The excavations did uncover evidence for industrial activities from this era in the area, however, and this is corroborated by the retrieval of metal-working evidence from environmental deposits during the present evaluation.
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H Noakes
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North Pennines Archaeology Ltd
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Historic England (OASIS Reviewer)
Lancashire SMR (OASIS Reviewer)
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2009
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Site: Land to the rear of The Black Bull Inn, Ribchester
Parish: RIBCHESTER
District: RIBBLE VALLEY
County: LANCASHIRE
Country: England
Grid Reference: 364990, 435340 (Easting, Northing)
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Find: Possible Stylus (Remains Of) Roman
Monus: Fort Roman
Monus: Vicus Roman
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OASIS Id: northpen3-60750
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50 PAGE BOUND REPORT WITH COLOUR PLATES AND FIGURES.
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23 Nov 2016
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