Franklin, Julie. 2010. 1.7 Ceramic and stone building material. In: Artefactual, environmental and archaeological evidence from the Holyrood Parliament Site excavations. 10.5284/1017938.

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1.7 Ceramic and stone building material
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Artefactual, environmental and archaeological evidence from the Holyrood Parliament Site excavations
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Scottish Archaeological Internet Reports
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40
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https://doi.org/10.5284/1017938
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A wide variety of building materials was recovered from Holyrood: roof tiles, roof slates, brick, and various floor and wall tiles. These only represent a tiny fractions of what would originally have been used on the site. Building materials were, and are, wherever possible, reused, and what was recovered from the site are the items dumped or which found their way into the garden soils. For most of the site's history, building would have been almost entirely in wood, wattle, and thatch. none of which survive.
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Julie Franklin
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Year of Publication
2010
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0 903903 66 0
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Subject - Auto Detected Stone Building Material
Subject - Auto Detected Ceramic
Subject - Auto Detected Wall Tiles
Subject - Auto Detected Holyrood Roof Tiles Roof Slates Brick
Subject - Auto Detected Wood Wattle
Subject - Auto Detected Floor
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07-02-2015