Aaronson, J. (2012). St Pancras Gardens, City of London, EC4, An Archaeological Watching Brief. Compass Archaeology Ltd. https://doi.org/10.5284/1016798. Cite this using datacite

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St Pancras Gardens, City of London, EC4, An Archaeological Watching Brief
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Compass Archaeology unpublished report series
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In late October 2011 an Archaeological Watching Brief was conducted in St Pancras Gardens, City of London, EC4, during groundworks for the creation of a new green space within the City. The site is a Scheduled Ancient Monument LO147, which relates to the site of the former Church of St Pancras and its associated graveyard. It was therefore agreed that all intrusive groundworks would be monitored, due to the archaeological potential of the site. In the event little archaeology was encountered over the majority of the site, as it had been subject to hard landscaping in the recent past, resulting in the shallow ground reduction revealing made ground and no earlier deposits. The exception was along the southern boundary of the site where a mix of reigate and chalk stonework relating to the southern side of the later medieval church of St Pancras was exposed at a depth of 120mm below the present ground surface. This stonework included several re-used architectural fragments of reigate stone. Directly on top of these earlier remains was built the late 20th century boundary wall to the site of St Pancras Gardens. This wall was demolished, as agreed, prior to the watching brief commencing due to its limited archaeological value.
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J Aaronson
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Compass Archaeology Ltd
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Historic England (OASIS Reviewer)
City of London UAD (OASIS Reviewer)
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2012
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Site: St Pancras Gardens, St Pancras Lane
Parish: CITY OF LONDON
District: CITY OF LONDON
County: GREATER LONDON
Country: England
Location - Auto Detected: St Pancras
Grid Reference: 532500, 181090 (Easting, Northing)
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Roman Catholic Church (Monus) Medieval (GLL)
Medieval (MIDAS)
Late October 2011 (Auto Detected Temporal)
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OASIS Id: compassa1-115282
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A short report detailing the results of an archaeological watching brief conducted between October-December 2011 on the site of the former church of St Pancras, SM LO147. Includes a summary of the archaeological and historical background, methodology used, site plans, photographs, detail of observed remains of the exposed southern wall of the nave, and brief conclusions made
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25 Nov 2016
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