Series: Kevin Cale Archaeological Consultant unpublished report series

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Year of Publication (End): 2010
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K Cale
1993
J C Cale
A watching brief was undertaken on an area of proposed development. No archaeological features, deposits or finds were identified that pre-dated the mid/late 18th century. It would appear the site has been subjected to a relatively high level of disturbance associated with the construction of 19th century out-buildings and a 1950's subterranean, concrete, petrol tank. [Au(abr)]
1994
K Cale
1996
Kevin J Cale
A watching brief was undertaken during ground disturbance and demolition of existing buildings, following an evaluation which indicated that the proposed development area had potential to contain archaeological remains. The watching brief confirmed the site had been developed by the late medieval period - the remains of a substantial building and associated cobbled yard were identified and dated to this period. The present structure occupying the site is of early 18th century date. [Au(abr)]
1993
K Cale
1993
Kevin J Cale
An archaeological watching brief was maintained during the construction of an extension to a retail unit that fronted onto the northern extent of Skipton High Street. A previous desktop study had indicated that the area had a high potential to contain archaeological remains associated with Skipton's early medieval defences. The earliest activity recorded on the site dated to the late seventeenth century when the south western quadrant of the study area was occupied by a building and adjoining cobbled floor surface. The planform and situation of the structure suggested that it continued into an adjacent yard area to the south, indicating that the size and shape of the property parcels to the rear of the street frontage had altered over time. [Au]
1996
K Cale
1996
K Cale
1992
K Cale
2002
K Cale
2000
K Cale
1997
K Cale
2001
K Cale
1997
Kevin J Cale
The watching brief identified a single phase of activity on the site which appeared to date no further back than the creation of the bungalow in the mid 1960's. Only a small assemblage of modern pottery, cable and miscellaneous metalwork was identifed during these works. [Au]
1997
Kevin J Cale
Human bones were discovered within a plot of wasteland. The gravesite was excavated. The inhumation had no associated artefactual material and was not dated. [AIP]
1999
K Cale
1997
K Cale
1998
K Cale
1999
K Cale
1998
K Cale
1997
 
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