Find Spot record MDR23083 - Roman to Post Medieval Pottery, Derwent House, Chester Green, Derby
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(Roman to Post Medieval - 43 AD? to 1900 AD?)
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Roman to post medieval pottery, Derwent House, Chester Green, Derby, from unstratified contexts.
14 sherds were recovered from unstratified deposits within a small evaluation trench in 2017. Two pieces of Roman pottery were derived from disturbed subsoil and were comprised of one reduced ware body fragment with dark coating and one body fragment with oxidised core and dark coating. Two of the medieval sherds recovered consisted of Burley Hill Green Glaze and Midland Purple Ware fragments. A number of post-medieval fragments included Midland Yellow Ware, German Stoneware, Mottled Ware, Coarse Earthen Ware, White Stoneware and Salt Glazed Stoneware. (1)
Unpublished document: Collins, C (TPA). 2017. Derwent House, Chester Green, Derby: Archaeological Test Pit Excavation.
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SK 3524 3755 (point)
DERBY, DERBY, DERBYSHIRE
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