Harbottle, B. (1968). Excavations at the Carmelite Friary, Newcastle upon Tyne, 1965 and 1967. Archaeologia Aeliana Series 4. Vol 46, pp. 163-224. https://doi.org/10.5284/1060490. Cite this via datacite

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Excavations at the Carmelite Friary, Newcastle upon Tyne, 1965 and 1967
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Archaeologia Aeliana Series 4
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Archaeologia Aeliana
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46
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163 - 224
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NZ 248637. In 1307 the Carmelite Friary was moved to a site at the south-western edge of the town, previously occupied by the Friars of the Sack for about forty years. The history of the two friaries is given, and the post-Dissolution history of the area is traced in detail. The excavation uncovered the south wall of the quire and the nave; it was probably of late 13th cent date, erected by the earlier Friars. Previous investigation had suggested that a north aisle had been subsequently added to this nave. The cloister lay to the south of the church with four walks and three ranges, their positions being established by this excavation. The east range formed the nucleus for a 17th cent house. Material discussed in the appendices includes Roman coarse pottery (2nd-early 3rd cent), medieval pottery (mainly 13th-14th cent), post-medieval pottery with a wide range of 16th and 17th cent imports, and two wooden fences lining a latrine trench. LASB
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Barbara Harbottle
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1968
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30 May 2019