• Shopping Basket: 0 items
  • Sign in or Register to start shopping


Saxon pottery found in the churchyard of St James' church, Aslackby



Reference Name MLI98031

Name:
Saxon pottery found in the churchyard of St James' church, Aslackby

Summary:
Saxon pottery found in the churchyard of St James' church, Aslackby

Location:
ASLACKBY AND LAUGHTON, SOUTH KESTEVEN, LINCOLNSHIRE

Description:
PRN 39113
Three sherds of 5th to 8th century Saxon pottery were found during a watching brief. They were found within graveyard soil along with medieval pottery (see PRN 33747) and so are probably residual however they may indicate an early date for the establishment of settlement in the area. {1}{2}

Sources:
1 Intervention Report: Pre-Construct Archaeology. 2010. St James' Church, Aslackby, South Kesteven: Archaeological Monitoring and Recording. JCAL10
2 Excavation archive: Pre-Construct Archaeology. 2010. St James' Church, Aslackby, South Kesteven: Archaeological Monitoring and Recording. LCNCC 2010.117

Historic Environment Record

Further information can be found at: Historic Environment Record

For more detailed/specific searches you may use: Advanced search

Helpful Hint: Please quote the Reference Name / Number or the Lincstothepast item URL when contacting the Historic Environment Team.

Helpful hint: If you want to search a particular collection, or filter out unwanted collections/records – remember you can use the facetted searching to refine your results (see right hand side of your search results page).

Last updated: 24-July-2015 13:04:24

Bookmark with:

What are these?

  • © 2012 Lincs To The Past, Lincolnshire Archives

Powered by Webstructure.NET