The Distribution and Significance of Urban Waterlogged Deposits in Boston
A Deposit Model for Boston's Urban Centre: Character and Extent of Archaeological Preservation
By Paul Cope-Faulkner, Jenny Young, Katie Green, Steve Malone, Gary Taylor
The report has highlighted where relevant information is inadequate or non-existent. In particular, there is still an absence of detailed archaeological excavation from within the centre of the town and borehole records are not representative of the town as a whole.
Within this document recommendations for future work, which include the ongoing collection of geotechnical and groundwater data, are made.
The report is part of a series of such studies in English historic towns and forms part of the National Heritage Protection Plan work on waterlogged archaeology. It was commissioned from Heritage Lincolnshire by English Heritage.
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