Series: Avon Archaeological Unit Limited unpublished report series

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Primary Contact: David James Etheridge
Associated OrganisationAvon Archaeological Unit Limited
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Year of Publication (Start): 1992
Year of Publication (End): 2013
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D Etheridge
Archaeological Desk-Based Assessment
2005
Anon
2007
A C Young
2008
A Young
Archaeological Surveys and Excavations 2001 - 2004
2009
Young Donna
Archaeological Desk-Based-Assessment of Land at Crews Hole Road, St George, Bristol
2009
N Corcos
Archaeological Desktop Study
2010
Young Donna
Desk-based assessment
2012
L Hume
Donna E Yorkston
An evaluation involving trial trenching, test-pitting and a magnetometer survey was carried out at a proposed development site. Romano-British remains, including roads, buildings, burials and a possible temple, had previously been recorded at four locations within the proposal area. During the evaluation, excavation was carried out in three separate zones. In Area A, post holes, pits, stake holes and ditches of probable prehistoric date and a group of extraction pits which were probably medieval were recorded. Pits, gullies and post holes of uncertain date were revealed in Area B, whilst an undisturbed buried land surface and deposits containing daub and sherds of Romano-British pottery were recorded in Area C. The buried land surface, which appeared to have been open and in use as undeveloped pasture until the 1920s, indicated the possibility that archaeological remains may have been preserved beneath that surface in a zone adjacent to the rear of the modern factory at the site; beyond that zone, the surface appeared to be sealed by up to 3m of made ground relating to the construction of the factory. The geophysical survey confirmed the presence and wider extent of a ditched enclosure, assessed by trial excavation in Area A. It was recommended that archaeological deposits in Area A should be preserved in situ, and that monitoring should be carried out during development works in Areas B and C. [AIP]
1995
Andrew Young
D Etheridge
Archaeological Watching Brief
2008
G L Smith
A Young
1995
D Etheridge
Standing Building Survey of single chimney to rear of No. 6 King Street, central Bristol.
2009
D Etheridge
Archaeological Standing building Survey of former Coach House to rear of property
2009
L Hume
A Young
1998
Young Donna
Archaeological Watching Brief during site redevelopment
2011
D Young
2011
D Etheridge
Archaeological Desk-Based Assessment
2011
Hume Lynn
Evaluation Project
2012
A Willis
Watching Brief
2008
J Erskine
1992
D Young
2003
 
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