Source/Archive record SYO1793 - SW of the Ouse

Title SW of the Ouse
Date/Year 2015


This report gives an overview of the walled area to the south-west of the river Ouse during the Roman and Anglian periods (c. AD 71-875). The report draws together the results of York Archaeological Trust’s investigations in this area, in particular the major excavations at 5 Rougier Street, the General Accident site at Tanner Row, Queen’s Hotel on Micklegate and Wellington Row. The report was prepared with a grant from The Museum Resilience Fund, and it aims to highlight the importance of these excavations and their potential for further research.

Referenced Monuments (1)

  • Roman industrial/craft site (Monument)

Referenced Events (10)

  • 5 Rougier Street (Ref: 1981.12)
  • Albion Wharf 1989 (Ref: 1989.1)
  • Bishophill Senior car-park: natural (Ref: 1990.16)
  • Ideal Laundry, Trinity Lane (Ref: 1991.5)
  • MICKLEGATE SEWER REPAIR (Ref: 1992.1002)
  • MICKLEGATE SEWER REPAIR 1992: Trench 1 (Ref: 1992.1002)
  • MICKLEGATE SEWER REPAIR 1992: Trench 2 (Ref: 1992.1002)
  • North Street Pumping Station (Ref: 1993.1)
  • Queen's Hotel 1-9 Micklegate (Ref: 1989.17)
  • Wellington Row 1989-90 (Ref: 1989.24)

Record last edited

May 14 2021 4:48PM


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