Monument record MYO4784 - Excavation to the north of St Mary Bishophill Junior

Summary

Excavations to the North of St Mary Bishophill Junior revealed a substantial 3rd-4th century Roman building. An extensive collection of fish remains, perhaps over 200 specimens, was also found. Originally identified as an Anglian food processing area, they are more likely to be Roman.

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Grid reference SE 5998 5149 (point)
Map sheet SE55SE
Unitary Authority City of York, North Yorkshire

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Excavations to the North of St Mary Bishophill Junior revealed a substantial 3rd-4th century Roman building. An extensive collection of fish remains, perhaps over 200 specimens, was also found. Originally identified as an Anglian food processing area, they are more likely to be Roman.

St Mary Bishophill Junior and St Mary Castlegate Published for the York Archaeological Trust 1987 by L P Wenham, R A Hall, C M Briden and D A Stocker 74-93

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Record last edited

Apr 27 2020 9:32AM

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