METALWORKING DEBRIS FROM THWING, YORKSHIRE
Author(s): C Mortimer
Ferrous metalworking remains constitute the largest part of the high-temperature industrial evidence at Thwing. The deposits date from the late Anglo-Saxon period (8th to 10th centuries AD) and largely consist of background scatter, attesting to smithing activities. A small amount of lead working evidence is also described.
- Report Number:
- AML Reports (New Series)
- Metal Working-Fe Metal Working-non Fe