Cool, H. E M., Hunter-Mann, K. and Darling, M. J. (2000). Excavations on a Roman extra-mural site at Brough-on-Humber, East Riding of Yorkshire, UK. Internet Archaeology 9. Vol 9, York: Internet Archaeology. https://doi.org/10.11141/ia.19.2.

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Excavations on a Roman extra-mural site at Brough-on-Humber, East Riding of Yorkshire, UK
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Internet Archaeology 9
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Internet Archaeology
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9
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In 1994, in advance of construction work on new houses, York Archaeological Trust excavated at Welton Road, Brough-on-Humber, east of the Roman walled settlement. The town is usually identified as Petuaria and assumed to be the civitas capital of the Parisi. This interpretation is controversial and it has been argued by some that the settlement should be understood as a military supply base. This report aims to contribute to the resolution of that debate. Excavations revealed a Roman settlement and field-system. Roman structures were identified, both along a road and elsewhere on the site. Other recognisable features included a T-shaped corn-drier, human graves, both cremation and inhumation, and possible ritual animal burials. There was a large finds assemblage, showing evidence for a range of domestic activities, as well as indicating a possible local pottery industry.
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Hilary E M Cool
Kurt Hunter-Mann
Margaret J Darling
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Internet Archaeology
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Craig Barclay (Author contributing)
John B Carrott (Author contributing)
B H C Dickinson (Author contributing)
Keith M Dobney (Author contributing)
S Garside-Neville (Author contributing)
Geoff D Gaunt (Author contributing)
Allan R Hall (Author contributing)
J F Hamshaw-Thomas (Author contributing)
Katherine F Hartley (Author contributing)
Michael Issitt (Author contributing)
Deborah Jaques (Author contributing)
C Johnstone (Author contributing)
Frances Large (Author contributing)
J G McDonnell (Author contributing)
David Petts (Author contributing)
Gill Woolrich (Author contributing)
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2000
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Place: Brough
District: East Riding of Yorkshire
Country: England
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Roman (MIDAS)
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Walled Settlement (Auto Detected Subject))
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DOI: https://doi.org/10.11141/ia.19.2
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02 Feb 2001