The Artefact Assemblages
and Environmental Evidence
 
 
The rich artefact and environmental assemblages illustrate the range of activities carried out on site, while the developing construction techniques are revealed through the study of the building materials. Excavations produced evidence for a range of industries, the foremost being metalworking. Daily life and other craft activities are also well represented, and the pottery sequence provides a chronological framework for the development of the site.
 
Conservation
 
Metalworking
Ironworking
Non-ferrous metalworking
 
Artefacts
Other crafts and industries
Everyday Life - Food and drink, structural fittings and lamps
Everyday Life - Personal and dress accessories
Everyday Life - Music and recreation, writing, trading, horse equipment and weapons
 
Pottery
 
Building materials
Architectural fragments
Brick, tile and floor tile
Timbers
 
Enviromental Evidence
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