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Salvage Recording of Romano-British, Saxon, Medieval, and Post-Medieval remains at North Street, Winchcombe, Gloucestershire
Trans Bristol Gloucestershire Archaeol Soc 103 (1985)
Small-scale archeological investigations at the rear of premises in North Street, Winchcombe, produced evidence of multi-period activity. The most important results can be summarized as: 1. the confirmation of Romano-British presence at Winchecombe; 2. the location of a pre-medieval, probably Saxon, cemetery; and 3. the demonstration of dense late Saxon/early medieval urban occupation in the 10th – 12th centuries, which included the use of a newly-defined type of 11th-century limestone tempered pottery.