Shelley, A. and Tremlett, S. (2005). Excavations at St Peter's Street, Norwich, 2001. Norfolk Archaeology 44 (4). Vol 44(4), pp. 644-675.

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Excavations at St Peter's Street, Norwich, 2001
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Norfolk Archaeology 44 (4)
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Norfolk Archaeology
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44 (4)
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644 - 675
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NorfolkArchaeology44_P644_P675.pdf (22 MB) : Download
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In 2001 an excavation was conducted beside St Peter Mancroft church in Norwich, in advance of building development. The adjoining area had been subject to large-scale excavations in 1998--9, and the archaeological sequence and material of this excavation was interpreted within the context of this larger body of work. The excavation uncovered evidence, in the form of a ditch, a road and at least one structure, for the use of the site in the late Anglo-Saxon and post-Conquest periods. By the thirteenth century a series of plots had been laid out beside St Peter's Street. These supported a variety of uses, including mineral extraction, and acted as yards, roads or lanes. A number of buildings, both stone-built and of more ephemeral construction, were also identified. By the start of the twentieth century, much of the site lay within the yard of the White Hart Inn which formed the northern edge of the excavation. The report presents the archaeological evidence for this sequence of use, and summarises the finds recovered from the area. Includes separately authored contributions on
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Andy Shelley
Sophie Tremlett
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Julia Huddle (Author contributing)
Adrian Popescu (Author contributing)
Richenda Goffin (Author contributing)
Sue Anderson (Author contributing) ORCID icon
Julie Curl (Author contributing)
Val Fryer (Author contributing)
John Ames (Author contributing)
S Bates (Author contributing)
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2005
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Place: Norwich
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Church (Auto Detected Subject)
2001 (Auto Detected Temporal)
20th Century (MIDAS)
Ditch (Auto Detected Subject)
Thirteenth Century (Auto Detected Temporal)
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[OS TG 2287 0841]. Includes sections on metal, bone, ivory and slate objects, numismatic items, clay tobacco pipes and kiln debris, pottery, vessel glass, lithics, lavastone objects, fired clay, wall plaster and mortar, ceramic building material, faunal remains and plant macrofossils and other remains.
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12 May 2020