CONDOR BUILDING, WORCESTER, WORCESTERSHIRE, ARCHAEOMAGNETIC DATING REPORT, 2000

Author(s): Paul Linford

Excavations in the car park of the Condor Building in Worcester uncovered the remains of a Roman fired clay surface thought to have been associated with metalworking activity. Archaeomagnetic study revealed that the structure acquired a stable thermoremanent direction when it was last fired and it was possible to derive a date for the last firing of the kiln of 288 to 357 cal AD.

Report Number:
44/2000
Series:
AML Reports (New Series)
Pages:
17
Keywords:
Archaeomagnetism

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