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- DescriptionAby Phil Andrews and others Whilst the earliest evidence for major occupation in Thetford, Norfolk, comes from the Iron Age, it was during the 10th and 11th centuries that the town developed into a major town so that by Domesday, population estimates place it amongst the six most important towns in England. In 1987 a sizeable area became availalble for excvation ahead of housing development, providing an opportunity to look for further evidence of occupation in the Early and Middle Saxon periods, as well as to investigate a part of the town which was still occupied during the late 11th and 12th centuries whan the Late Saxon settlement was in decline. This report contains details of the excavations, finds, and zoological and botanical evidence.
- Author(s)P. Andrews
- PublisherEssex County Council, Archaeology Section
- Date of Publication31/12/1995
- Place of PublicationChelmsford
- Country of PublicationUnited Kingdom
- ImprintEssex County Council, Archaeology Section
- Content Notewith 102 figs, 9 plates & microfiche.
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