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Excavations at Fishergate, Norwich, 1985

By Brian Ayers

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Published In: United Kingdom, 01 December 1994
Aby Brian S. Ayers Report on excavations undertaken off Norwich's Fishergate to the north of the River Wensum, the first to reach Saxon deposits in this important southern end of the city. The site produced the largest single assemblage of Ipswich-type ware from Norwich, imported pottery of Middle Saxon and Saxo-Norman date, a range of 8th-century finds, as well as quantities of later Saxon and Saxo-Norman material. The report examines the excavation sequence; the artefacts; the environmental evidence, detailing knowledge of the river and its environs; the documentary evidence, drawing on material from the Enrolled Deeds and other sources, outlining the development of the area; post-medieval industrial buildings on the site.
EAN: 9780905594132
ISBN: 0905594134
Publisher: Norfolk Museums Service, Archaeology & Environment Division
Dimensions: 29.8 x 21 x 0.6 centimeters (0.53 kg)
Age Range: 15+ years
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