Brown, A. N., Howe, B. and Turner, R. C. (1985). A medieval stone town house in Chester. Journal of the Chester Archaeological Society 68. Vol 68, pp. 143-153. https://doi.org/10.5284/1070292. Cite this via datacite

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A medieval stone town house in Chester
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Journal of the Chester Archaeological Society 68
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Journal of the Chester Archaeological Society
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68
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143 - 153
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At 38-42 Watergate Street is a good survival of an early 14th century substantial merchant's house with original fabric on all three storeys. The undercroft retains massive timber trusses; great hall and screens passage, shops; later alterations eg fireplaces. Dendrodates support a 14th century origin. The house is Panton's 'Double range' type. Do others survive behind the Row frontage?
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A N Brown
B Howe
R C Turner
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1985
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Undercroft (Auto Detected Subject))
Stone Town House (Auto Detected Subject))
Merchants House (Auto Detected Subject))
Timber Trusses Great Hall (Auto Detected Subject))
Medieval (MIDAS)
Screens Passage Shops (Auto Detected Subject))
14th Century (Auto Detected Temporal)
Early 14th Century (Auto Detected Temporal)
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18 Jan 2018