Taylor, J. (2004). Middle Saxon remains at Covent Garden. London Archaeologist 10 (8). Vol 10(8), pp. 199-203. https://doi.org/10.5284/1071050. Cite this via datacite

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Middle Saxon remains at Covent Garden
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London Archaeologist 10 (8)
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London Archaeologist
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199 - 203
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Presents the results of excavations in the basement of an existing building at 33 Floral Street, Covent Garden. Evidence was revealed relating to the Middle Saxon period, including stakeholes, pits and postholes, and gravel surfaces representing an external courtyard area. Significant finds included a bone comb, a ceramic loomweight marked by textile and other impressions, and the first example of a copper-alloy sword pommel cap from Lundenwic. Post-medieval features included postholes, brick drains and mortar bedding for a brick floor.
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Jeremy Taylor
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Damaris D Dodds (Abstract author)
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2004
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Mortar (Auto Detected Subject))
Early Medieval (MIDAS)
Copperalloy Sword Pommel Cap (Auto Detected Subject))
Postholes (Auto Detected Subject))
Basement (Auto Detected Subject))
Gravel Surfaces (Auto Detected Subject))
Bone (Auto Detected Subject))
Ceramic Loomweight (Auto Detected Subject))
Floor (Auto Detected Subject))
Stakeholes Pits (Auto Detected Subject))
Postholes Brick (Auto Detected Subject))
Courtyard (Auto Detected Subject))
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14 Jul 2005