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ROMAN POTTERY AND TILE, CAISTOR GRAMMAR SCHOOL



Reference Name MLI54256

Name:
ROMAN POTTERY AND TILE, CAISTOR GRAMMAR SCHOOL

Summary:
ROMAN POTTERY AND TILE, CAISTOR GRAMMAR SCHOOL

Location:
CAISTOR, WEST LINDSEY, LINCOLNSHIRE

Description:
PRN 54256
A WATCHING BRIEF AT CAISTOR GRAMMAR SCHOOL, VERY CLOSE TO THE WESTERN EDGE OF THE SCHEDULED ROMAN TOWN, PRODUCED SOME ROMAN MATERIAL, BUT NO FEATURES. THESE FINDS INCLUDED 5 FRAGMENTS OF TILE, ONE OF WHICH SUGGESTS THAT THE BUILDING FROM WHICH IT CAME HAD A HYPOCAUST SYSTEM. A POTTERY SHERD FROM A GREY WARE BOWL DATING TO THE MID C3-C4 WAS ALSO RECOVERED. {1}{2}

Sources:
1 Intervention Report: AOC Archaeology. 1997. An Archaeological Watching Brief at Caistor Grammar School, Church Street, Caistor. CGS97
2 Excavation archive: AOC Archaeology. 1997. An Archaeological Watching Brief at Caistor Grammar School, Church Street, Caistor. LCNCC 195.97

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The following reports are available from the ADS digital library.
1 Intervention Report: AOC Archaeology. 1997. An Archaeological Watching Brief at Caistor Grammar School, Church Street, Caistor. CGS97

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