Lower Combe Street, Exeter 1979 (Exeter archive site 71)

Exeter City Council, Cotswold Archaeology, 2015

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Lower Combe Street, Exeter 1979 (Exeter archive site 71)

In 1979 foundation trenches were dug along the north-west side of the Combe Valley behind the city wall. No buildings were located, but the excavation revealed deposits that provided further information about the depth and form of the Combe Valley in the early Roman period.

No files relating to this site have been deposited with the ADS, however the site is mentioned in the external references detailed on the 'Metadata' page.