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Romano-British Livestock Complex in Birmingham Excavations 2002-2004 and 2006-2007 at Longdales Road, King’s Norton, Birmingham by Alex Jones, Bob Burrows, C. Jane Evans, Annette Hancocks and Josh Williams. vi+107 pages; 50 figures, maps, plans, drawings and photographs, 3 in colour; 3 data Appendices. Pice includes VAT. BAR 470 2008 Birmingham Archaeology Monograph Series 3. Only available as e-version. ISBN 9781407303628. £24.00 (Inc. UK VAT) Buy Now

Areas adjoining Ryknild Street, King’s Norton, Birmingham (England) were investigated between 2002 and 2007. The fieldwork was undertaken by Birmingham Archaeology on instruction from Birmingham City Council in advance of a new cemetery development. It comprised geophysical survey, trial-trenching, area excavation, watching brief and salvage recording. Contents: Chapter 1: Summary and Introduction (Alex Jones and John Halsted); Chapter 2: Area A, the Double-Ditched Enclosures (Alex Jones and Josh Williams, Small finds by Erica Macey-Bracken with Rob Ixer, Romano-British pottery by Annette Hancocks, Mortaria by Kay Hartley, Samian pottery by Steven Willis, Pottery discussion by Annette Hancocks); Chapter 3: Area B: the Livestock Herding Structures (Alex Jones and Josh Williams, Romano-British pottery by C Jane Evans, Mortaria by Kay Hartley, Samian Pottery by Steven Willis with Emily Bird, Charred plant remains by Pam Grinter), Chapter 4: Area C–D, the Roadside Plots (Bob Burrows and Alex Jones, Romano-British pottery by C Jane Evans, Introduction, Mortaria by Jane Timby, Samian Pottery by Felicity Wild, Charred plant remains by Val Fryer); Chapter 5: Other Investigations (Alex Jones and Paul Mason, Romano-British pottery by C Jane Evans, Trial-trenching outside areas excavated by Alex Jones); Chapter 6: Discussion and Conclusion.
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