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Wood charcoal and waterlogged wood

Barnett, C. (2011) Wood charcoal and waterlogged wood. In: Andrews, P. E. F., Mepham, L. N., Schuster, J. and Stevens, C. J. (eds.) Settling the Ebbsfleet Valley, High Speed 1 Excavations at Springhead and Northfleet, Kent; The Late Iron Age, Roman, Saxon, and Medieval Landscape. Volume 4: Saxon and Later Finds and Environmental Reports. Oxford Wessex Archaeology, Salisbury, pp. 105-108. ISBN 9780954597061

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Abstract/Summary

Wood charcoal and waterlogged analyses undertaken on substantial assemblages from Saxon age sites at Springhead and Northfleet on the route of HS1 are reported. Contexts examined include two crop dryers, domestic hearths, and from a Saxon mill. Results clarify the use of a range of wood types for structural and fuel purposes

Item Type:Book or Report Section
Refereed:Yes
Divisions:Faculty of Science > School of Archaeology, Geography and Environmental Science > Department of Archaeology
ID Code:68699
Publisher:Oxford Wessex Archaeology

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