EYO6162 - 11-13 Parliament Street




Location 11-13 Parliament Street
Grid reference Centred SE 6036 5180 (35m by 42m)
Map sheet SE65SW
Unitary Authority City of York, North Yorkshire



York Archaeological Trust





Archaeological features revealed during reconstruction of 11-13 Midland Bank in 1971. Recorded by Department of Environment. Roman features (two short walls and cobbling) were noted at the northern part of the site with possible Anglo-Scandinavian features in a small adjacent area. In the southern part of the site foundation trenches only penetrated into medieval levels of 12th-14th centuries containing timbers. An inscribed altar was incorporated into the upper layer of the wall. The walls were possibly of half-timber construction. Roman remains had previously been noted on this site in 1835 but did not share alignment with those revealed in 1971. RCHME Microfilm Index PRN: 6088. NMR souce: Britannia : a journal of Romano-British and kindred studies inc. consolidated index for volumes 1-25 (1970-1994) Society for the Promotion of Roman Studies 3/1972/310 The Yorkshire archaeological journal Continuation of: Yorkshire archaeological and topographical journal 44/1972/221

Sources/Archives (3)

  • --- Serial: York Archaeological Trust. 1986. The Archaeology of York, Fascicule 6/1. 6/1. Watching brief at 11-13 Parliament Street in 1971, p25-28.
  • --- Unpublished document: 1991. Urban structures and defences. p256-257.
  • --- Unassigned: NMR. NMR data.

Related Monuments/Buildings (1)

  • 11-13 Parliament Street, The Midland Bank (Building)

Record last edited

Jul 4 2020 11:51AM


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