The suburb of Wigford lies near the heart of the historic city of Lincoln. Before excavations began in 1972, thing was kwn of the prehistory of the area and so the arrival of the Roman army represented the first historic event. This volume publishes the results of the excavation of several sites, made possible by a series of urban development schemes. Each of the excavations differed in the extent and depth of the stratigraphy uncovered and each belonged to a different period, from the Iron Age to post-medieval.
by Kate Steane, with Margeret J Darling, Jenny Mann, Alan Vince, and Jane Young
Alan G. Vince, Jenny E. Mann, Kate Steane, Margaret Darling