Monument record MYO4297 - Roman features

Summary

Roman features and deposits representing a relatively complex stratigraphic sequence that include a ditch, large post-holes relating to what must have been a substantial building, and feature that appear to relate to either metal-working or crop-drying activities. The features and deposits produced large pieces of Roman pottery, roof tile, and what appear to be pieces of dressed stonework. Buried in-situ beneeath the new garage.

Location

Grid reference SE 5852 4923 (point)
Map sheet SE54NE
Unitary Authority City of York, North Yorkshire

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Full Description

Roman features and deposits representing a relatively complex stratigraphic sequence that include a ditch, large post-holes relating to what must have been a substantial building, and feature that appear to relate to either metal-working or crop-drying activities.

The features and deposits produced large pieces of Roman pottery, roof tile, and what appear to be pieces of dressed stonework. Buried in-situ beneeath the new garage.

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  • None recorded

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Record last edited

Mar 28 2017 1:41PM

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