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The charcoal in Wakeham, G. and Bradley, P. a Romano-British malt house and other remains at Weedon Hill, Aylesbury

Barnett, C., Wakeham, G. and Bradley, P. (2013) The charcoal in Wakeham, G. and Bradley, P. a Romano-British malt house and other remains at Weedon Hill, Aylesbury. Records of Buckinghamshire, 53. pp. 34-35.

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Abstract/Summary

Archaeological excavations at Weedon Hill, Aylesbury uncovered a Romano-British settlement of 2nd–4th century date. This included a complex structure, interpreted as a malt house, and a field system. Charred remains were plentiful, including macrofossils which indicate malting took place at the site

Item Type:Article
Refereed:Yes
Divisions:Faculty of Science > School of Archaeology, Geography and Environmental Science > Department of Archaeology
ID Code:68693
Publisher:Berkshire Archaeological Society

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