Issue: Anglian and Other Finds from 46-54 Fishergate

Publication Type
Author Nicola S H Rogers
Editor Peter V Addyman
Valerie Kinsler
Publisher York Archaeological Trust
Council for British Archaeology
Year of Publication 1993
Volume 17
ISBN 1 872414 34 6
Note Editorial Expansion: The Archaeology of York Vol. 17 fasc. 9
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This report discusses 3,350 artefacts relating mainly to Anglian and 11th-12th century occupation at Fishergate. There are several items of late 7th century date, suggesting that Anglian settlement began before AD 700 and continued to the mid 9th century. The extensive Anglian assemblage provides evidence for a variety of crafts being carried out on the site including bone and antler working, ferrous and non-ferrous metal working, wood and leather working, and textile production. Other artefacts suggest significant international trade. This material helps to establish the role and status of Anglian York. Artefacts from 11th-12th century re-occupation provide evidence for craft and domestic activity and seem to suggest reduced international contact.
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