EYO82 - 3-7 Coney Street
|Location||3-7 Coney Street|
|Grid reference||SE 6011 5187 (point)|
|Unitary Authority||City of York, North Yorkshire|
York Archaeological Trust
The very limited size of the finds assemblage, apart from the brick and tile which was only sampled, inhibits any detailed comment on the nature of occupation on this particular site. It is clear that the upper levels are composed largely of material deposited in the post-medieval period and that a large quantity of this is brick and tile rubble which appears to have been purposefully dumped into large pits. It is possible that the sherds of Roman and 10th century pottery described above were disturbed during the digging of these pits and that they are therefore indicative of earlier occupation below. RCHME Microfilm Index PRN: 6373.
- --- SYO292 Unpublished document: YAT. 1997. 3-7 Coney Street.
Related Monuments/Buildings (1)
- MYO4955 York (Early Med - Med town) (Monument)
Record last edited
Sep 28 2021 1:43PM