EYO4829 - 44-46 CLARENCE STREET, YORK EXCAVATION/WATCHING BRIEF REPORT
|Location||44-46 Clarence Street|
|Grid reference||SE 6031 5269 (point)|
|Unitary Authority||City of York, North Yorkshire|
In light of a decision to construct a three storey block of ten flats and a two storey block of three flats at 44-46 Clarence Street (NGR SE 6025 5267), York (Planning Ref 02/02717FUL) A. D. Archaeology was commissioned to undertake a limited amount of excavation and a watching brief at the said development (Site code ADA06001). The excavation/watching brief took place between the 13 th - 19th December 2006 and the 3 rd January 2007. A further phase of watching brief was undertaken between Pand the ll th February 2007. The archaeological investigations identified evidence for Roman, medieval, post-medieval and modern occupation. The archaeological evidence for Roman occupation comprised a ditch, gully and a posthole sealed below a layer which may have represented make up or a former agricultural soil. The medieval occupation was characterised by a layer of clay make up/agricultural soil. A series of linear ditches signified post-medieval or later occupation at the site, which was in turn sealed by layers of recent made up ground.
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May 14 2020 3:03PM