Artefacts

Professor Morris studying a tray of artefacts

Preliminary assessment of excavated artefacts.

 


The quantity and diversity of artefacts from the site demand expert assessment before they can be accurately recorded and displayed.

 

Artefacts

Pottery sherds form the largest category. These are being identified by Dr David Barker, whose expertise has enabled us to develop a type series database, which is now available as a reference collection.

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Artefacts from Blackden

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Flints tools from Blackden c. 8,000 - 2,000 BC The seal of Hawise, lady of Goostrey c 1200 Finds from field walking Pottery sherds from Grid Square A5 found during field walking at Bridge Farm April 2008

Flints tools from Blackden c. 8,000 - 2,000 BC

The seal of Hawise, lady of Goostrey c 1200

Finds from field walking

Pottery sherds from Grid Square A5 found during field walking at Bridge Farm April 2008

Fragment of late 17th century pottery Marbles found in The Old Medicine House  

Fragment of late 17th century pottery

Marbles found in The Old Medicine House

  

Printed on: 25 Jul 2017

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