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16 Bell Street, Reigate: Excavation of a Medieval and Post-Medieval site, 1974-6

DAVID W WILLIAMS

The excavation located, to the rear of the site, a rectangular robber trench enclosing a kiln whose function may have been corn drying or malting. It is suggested that both kiln and building were constructed and demolished in the second half of the 13th century AD. Further structural remains were uncovered closer to the present street frontage and these and other features are discussed. The excavation was also significant for a pottery group recovered from a pit for which a date of AD 1200-50 is suggested. Other medieval and post medieval pottery from the site is illustrated and discussed.

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