Source/Archive record SYO1779 - 104 Micklegate
|Author/Originator||York Archaeological Trust|
An evaluation excavation, comprising two small trenches, was undertaken in the cellar of 104 Micklegate, York, between 21-23 May 2014. The excavation revealed what appear to be Roman-period deposits immediately beneath the brick floor of the seemingly 18th-century cellar, including what may be make-up for a road, associated with pottery ranging in date from the mid-/late 2nd to later 4th centuries. The end of what appears to be a stone coffin or sarcophagus was observed, built into the north-eastern end of the south-west wall of the cellar.
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Jan 4 2016 12:42PM