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Early Roman activity on land off Kings Road, Spalding



Reference Name MLI97863

Name:
Early Roman activity on land off Kings Road, Spalding

Summary:
Early Roman activity on land off Kings Road, Spalding

Location:
SPALDING, SOUTH HOLLAND, LINCOLNSHIRE

Description:
PRN 25695
A dumped deposit containing frequent charcoal, animal bone and early Romano-British pottery was recorded during trial trenching. Much of the pottery and bone was burnt. The environmental assessment showed a lack of charred grain or other plant remains, suggesting that this material may represent waste from meat processing. This sort of activity generally occurred at some distance from the main settlement area, which may also tie in with the lack of archaeological activity in the other trenches at this site. {1}{2}

Sources:
1 Intervention Report: Allen Archaeological Associates. 2010. Archaeological Evaluation by Trial Excavation: Land off Kings Road, Spalding. SPKR10
2 Excavation archive: Allen Archaeological Associates. 2010. Archaeological Evaluation by Trial Excavation: Land off Kings Road, Spalding. LCNCC 2010.71

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