Medieval Britain and Ireland

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CITY OF LONDON, 7-10 OLD BAILEY

County Greater London
Country England
Grid reference TQ 3179 8124
Contractor Museum of London Archaeological Services
Submission year 2007
Volume number 52
Index number 95
Text Work by C. Harward, S. Watson and A. Birchenough revealed that the City Ditch had survived on the S. side of the site, measuring 10.90 m wide by 1.80 m deep, the basal fill of which consisted of black peat that had accumulated during the use of the ditch and contained pottery dated to the 15th century. Other finds consisted of quern fragments, whetstones, glass and leather shoe soles. The upper fill of the ditch was largely sterile and demonstrates its disuse by backfilling.
Keywords (post-conquest) boundaries, ditches, enclosures
buildings, domestic
ceramics (pottery, tiles)
leather
settlements, urban
stone artefacts
town defences
yards, metalled surfaces
References OASIS: molas1-32154 [report not currently available on-line]

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