Medieval Britain and Ireland

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CITY OF LONDON, ST BARTHOLOMEW'S HOSPITAL PRELIMINARY WORKS (NEW DRAINAGE CONNECTIONS)

County Greater London
Country England
Grid reference TQ 31970 81510
Contractor Museum of London Archaeological Services
Submission year 2007
Volume number 52
Index number 102
Text A watching brief by C. North and S. Turner recorded a large E.-W. aligned linear feature which was been interpreted as the City Ditch. The Roman ditch appears to have been cut by the later medieval ditch and by medieval cesspits and wattle-lined wells. The fills of the medieval ditch suggest two prolonged periods of natural silting, the second of which was of sufficient duration for trees to grow and a wattle hurdle to be constructed on the N. edge.
Keywords (pre-conquest) ceramics
Keywords (post-conquest) Saxo-Norman features (incl. ceramics)
settlements
settlements, urban
town defences
References OASIS: molas1-27236 [report not currently available on-line]
OASIS: molas1-27239 [report not currently available on-line]

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