Emery, G., (2013). Archaeological Monitoring of land adjacent to 56 Burnt Lane, Gorleston-on-Sea, Norfolk. Norwich: Norvic Archaeology.

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Archaeological Monitoring of land adjacent to 56 Burnt Lane, Gorleston-on-Sea, Norfolk
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Norvic Archaeology unpublished report series
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https://doi.org/10.5284/1026486
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The results of archaeological monitoring of groundworks associated with the development of a single residential property on a plot of land (c. 125m2) adjacent to 56 Burnt Lane, Gorleston-on-Sea (Planning Ref. 06/11/0296/F). Evidence relating to the former presence of a late medieval timber structure was revealed at the street frontage of Burnt Lane, where beamslots and postholes defined the south-west corner of building. A small assemblage of finds was recovered from these features which includes fragments of medieval brick, roof tile and wall plaster. This material may be residual waste sourced from high status buildings in the vicinity of the site, such as would be expected within the Augustinian Priory complex known to be sited to the rear of the plot. Recent archaeological work has revealed evidence for masonry building which may include the Chapter House and associated buildings. Following a post-medieval soil build up across the site, a small number of late post-medieval pits and postholes are the only evidence for later activity. A 20th century rubble filled pit at the street frontage contained fragments of a milk bottle from a local dairy producer, presumable with links to the dairy compound at the rear of the site. Cartographic evidence shows that the plot may originally have served as a former access lane linking the dairy site with Burnt Lane, present into the early 1900s. Notable finds include a single sherd of Late Saxon imported ware, a piece of medieval wall-plaster which retains whitewash on its surface and a coin pendant or love token made from a 1909 Edwardian farthing.
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G Emery
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Norvic Archaeology
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Historic England (OASIS Reviewer)
Norfolk HER (OASIS Reviewer)
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2013
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Site: Land adjacent to 56 Burnt Lane, Gorleston-on-Sea, Norfolk
Parish: GREAT YARMOUTH
District: GREAT YARMOUTH
County: NORFOLK
Country: England
Location - Auto Detected: Burnt Lane
Location - Auto Detected: Burnt Lane GorlestononSea Norfolk
Grid Reference: 652440, 305270 (Easting, Northing)
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Find: Animal Bone Medieval
Find: Ceramic Building Material Roman
Find: Coin Pendant 20th Century
Find: Flint Mesolithic
Find: Glass - Milk Bottle 20th Century
Find: Mortar Medieval
Find: Pottery Early Medieval
Find: Pottery Medieval
Find: Pottery Post Medieval
Find: Thimble Post Medieval
Monus: Beam Slot Medieval
Monus: Pit 20th Century
Monus: Pit Post Medieval
Monus: Post Hole Medieval
Monus: Posthole Post Medieval
Monus: Soakaway Post Medieval
Temporal - Auto Detected: 1909 Edwardian
Temporal - Auto Detected: 20th Century
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Medieval
Temporal - Auto Detected: Late Saxon
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OASIS Id: norvicar1-159159
OBIB: Norvic Archaeology Report No. 33
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28 Nov 2016
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