2014. 7 Environmental samples. In: Excavations at Jeffrey Street, Edinburgh: the development of closes and tenements north of the Royal Mile during the 16th-18th centuries . 10.5284/1017938.

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7 Environmental samples
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Excavations at Jeffrey Street, Edinburgh: the development of closes and tenements north of the Royal Mile during the 16th-18th centuries
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Scottish Archaeological Internet Reports
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58
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https://doi.org/10.5284/1017938
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MonographChapter
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Article abstract
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The quantity of carbonised plant remains was low from all contexts, generally limited to small quantities of poorly preserved grains of oat, barley and club/bread wheat, which suggests that grain was not being processed anywhere on or near the site. Exotic plant remains were represented by only two charred grape pips. Wood charcoal was poorly preserved and found in very small quantities.
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Year of publication
Year of Publication
2014
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Subject - Auto Detected Exotic Plant Remains
Subject - Auto Detected Charcoal
Subject - Auto Detected Carbonised Plant Remains
Subject - Auto Detected Clubbread Wheat
Subject - Auto Detected Barley
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DigitalBorn
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23-02-2015