Acorn Business Centre, 1-16 Empress Road, Southampton. Archaeological Watching Brief and Geoarchaeological Evaluation (SOU1678)

Andy Russel, Tobias Riley, Rob Scaife, Anne Davies, Nigel Cameron, Virgil Yendell, 2019

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Yendell, V. (2015). Acorn Business Centre, 1-16 Empress Road, Southampton, SO14. Report on geoarchaeological evaluation. MOLA (Museum of London Archaeology): . DOI:10.5284/1050603. Go to report
Russel, A. (2014) Written Scheme of Investigation for a watching brief and peat sampling during development of the Acorn Business Centre, 1-16 Empress Road, Southampton. Southampton City Council Archaeological Unit: Southampton. PDF 1 Mb
Riley, T., Russel, A. (2016) Archaeological Watching Brief at the Acorn Business Centre, 1-16 Empress Road, Southampton. SOU 1678. Southampton City Council Archaeological Unit: Southampton. PDF 4 Mb