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Excavations in Thetford, North of the River, 1989-90 (East Anglian Archaeology Monograph)

By Phil Andrews

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Format: Paperback, 102 pages
Other Information: b/w figs
Published In: United Kingdom, 01 December 1999
Three major excavations and other work in Thetford reveal settlement north of the river by AD1000, within a semi-circular defensive enclosure which probably pre-dates that south of the river, but was initially little more than a bridgehead. Occupation peaked in the 11th and 12th centuries, with a shift of people to the north bank, followed by medieval decline. The bones represent a range of domestic animals, dominated by sheep kept for wool, cattle for meat and dairy products, and then pigs. Some stray Middle Saxon finds may hint at re-use of the Iron Age fort as an exchange/market centre.
EAN: 9780905594279
ISBN: 0905594274
Publisher: Norfolk Museums Service, Archaeology & Environment Division
Age Range: 15+ years
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