Cracknell, S. and et 14 al. (1989). Roman Alcester: recent archaeological excavations. Birmingham Warwickshire Archaeol Soc Trans 94. Vol 94, pp. 1-62.

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Roman Alcester: recent archaeological excavations
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Birmingham Warwickshire Archaeol Soc Trans 94
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Birmingham & Warwickshire Archaeological Society Transactions
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94
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1 - 62
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Two main sites were investigated. Tibbet's Close had stratified Iron Age remains, late 2nd century stone and timber domestic buildings, and a med malting or drying oven. No 6 Birch Abbey contained extramural occupation. From the six other sites reported come some ?military objects from residual contexts, some charred asparagus seeds, and animal bones suggesting that calf meat and wool production were unimportant in these areas of the town. Au(abr)
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Stephen Cracknell
et 14 al
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1989
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Timber Domestic Buildings (Auto Detected Subject))
Animal Bones (Auto Detected Subject))
Stone (Auto Detected Subject))
Late 2nd Century (Auto Detected Temporal)
Iron Age (Auto Detected Temporal)
Seeds (Auto Detected Subject))
Roman (Auto Detected Temporal)
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05 Dec 2008