PLANT REMAINS FROM EXCAVATIONS AT 58-9 SKELDERGATE (BISHOPHILL I), YORK.

Author(s): P Tomlinson

Fifty-one samples, from thirty-six contexts, from the fills of nineteen pits, were processed and forty-two 'tests' were carried out. Thirty-five samples, from thirty-three contexts, from a variety of other features, such as layers, drain/culvert fills, fire-pits and floors, were also processed. It is thought that most of these samples probably date from the early medieval period. Copies of the Appendices are held at the Ancient Monuments Laboratory and the Environmental Archaeology Unit. YAT Code Site: 1973-5.14

Report Number:
61/1989
Series:
AML Reports (New Series)
Pages:
24
Keywords:
Plant Remains

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