Excavation at Bowhill House Dunsford Hill, Exeter 1987-88 (Exeter archive site 91)

Exeter City Council, Cotswold Archaeology, 2015

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Introduction

Excavation at Bowhill House Dunsford Hill, Exeter 1987-88 (Exeter archive site 91)

Various investigations were undertaken at the English Heritage property: Bowhill House, Dunsford Hill, Exeter in the late 1980s and early 1990s, including excavation in the screens passage of the Hall in the autumn of 1989, an excavation in the eastern courtyard area in March and April 1992, fabric recording of the standing building, a watching brief and small-scale excavation in the summer of 1994.

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, which include Exeter City Council Archaeological Advisory Committee reports which are available from the main 'Exeter Archaeology Archive Project' pages.