Thompson, A., Grew, F. and Schofield, J. (1984). Excavations at Aldgate London. Post-Medieval Archaeol 18. Vol 18, pp. 1-148.

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Excavations at Aldgate London
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Post-Medieval Archaeol 18
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Post-Medieval Archaeology
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18
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1 - 148
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Apart from some 12th century quarrying (sand/brickearth) the site was not used until late 16th/early 17th (walls and refuse tip). A brick-built terrace of domestic and workshop accommodation (1670s to mid-18th) yielded a good sample of tools and domestic possessions of the less well-to-do. A cellar nearby was slightly wealthier. Cartographic and faunal evidence.
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Alan Thompson
Francis Grew
John Schofield
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1984
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Cellar (Auto Detected Subject))
Late 16thearly 17th (Auto Detected Temporal)
Walls (Auto Detected Subject))
Faunal Evidence (Auto Detected Subject))
Quarrying Sandbrickearth (Auto Detected Subject))
12th Century (Auto Detected Temporal)
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05 Dec 2008