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MEDIEVAL POTTERY FOUND, WIGTOFT



Reference Name MLI13090

Name:
MEDIEVAL POTTERY FOUND, WIGTOFT

Summary:
MEDIEVAL POTTERY FOUND, WIGTOFT

Location:
WIGTOFT, BOSTON, LINCOLNSHIRE

Description:
IN 1973, POTTERY WAS COLLECTED FROM A POSSIBLE MEDIEVAL SALTERN MOUND TO THE SOUTH OF A FORMER BREWERY IN THE JUNCTION BETWEEN THE A17 AND THE ROAD THROUGH BICKER. LOCALLY KNOWN AS THE 'CHURCHYARD', MUCH ANIMAL BONE WAS DUG UP. FORMERLY A POND WHICH IS NOW FILLED IN. LATE MEDIEVAL POTTERY WAS FOUND INCLUDING BOURNE D PANCHEON AND OTHER SHERDS, RAEREN BASE AND COMPLEX RIM. ALSO FOUND WERE ONE OR TWO SHERDS OF ABRADED RED SANDY WARE, AND A TOYNTON LATE HOOKED RIM PANCHEON AND OTHER SHERDS. A SPLASHED WARE TYPE POSSIBLE URINAL WITH A GREEN GLAZED HANDLE WAS ALSO FOUND.{1}

Sources:
1 Index: Parish card index of the former South Lincolnshire Archaeology Unit. WIGTOFT. -,1973, -

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