Animal bone: [contribution to the article 'Romano-British and medieval occupation at Sudbrook road, Portskewett, Monmouthshire: Excavations in 2009' by M. Brett, N. Holbrook, and E.R. McSloy]

Jonny Geber, Sylvia Warman

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Abstract

Excavation on an elevated promontory projecting into the Caldicot Level revealed
archaeological remains ranging from the Neolithic period onwards, although the main periods of activity lay within the later Roman and later medieval periods. A number of Roman and medieval banks and ditches enclosed the higher part of the site. A single human inhumation was radiocarbon-dated to the seventh to eighth centuries and a substantial thirteenth or fourteenth-century stone malting kiln was also found.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)3-43
JournalMonmouthshire Antiquary: Proceedings of the Monmouthshire Antiquarian Association
Volume31
Publication statusPublished - 2015

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