Roberts, I. and Whittick, C. (2013). Pontefract. Yorkshire Archaeological Journal. Vol 85, pp. 68-96.

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Pontefract
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a review of the evidence for the medieval town
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Yorkshire Archaeological Journal
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Yorkshire Archaeological Journal
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85
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68 - 96
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The excavations carried out in the eastern part of Pontefract over the last quarter of a century have provided significant new information about the pre-Conquest settlement; the evidence providing a compelling case for Ponetfract having been not only the site of the documented royal vill, but also that of an Anglo-Saxon minster. By comparison there is relatively little archaeological evidence for the 12th-century borough and the later medieval town to the south-west of the castle, our understanding of which is still heavily reliant on documentary evidence.
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Ian Roberts
Christopher Whittick
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2013
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Medieval (MIDAS)
Minster (Auto Detected Subject))
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06 Feb 2014