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viii + 152pp, 83pls, figs, maps & tables, card, A4
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This book reconstructs the main features of medieval Scarborough based on nearly 20 years of excavation and historical research by the Scarborough Archaeological and Historical Society. Drawing upon archaeological, cartographic and documentary sources, Part One outlines what the research tells us about the town's defences, streets, property boundaries, buildings, churches, water supply, markets, industries, friaries and harbour. Part Two presents the archaeological evidence upon which the portrait of medieval Scarborough relies: a gazetteer of the main archaeological excavations undertaken since the mid-19th century; summaries of excavations between 1987 and 2004; surveys of the surviving medieval buildings; and an assessment of the pottery found in the town. Over 80 maps, drawings and photographs guide the reader through the technical evidence and analysis.
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Book Description Scarborough Archaeological and Historical Society Research Report 12, 2005. Paperback. Condition: Very Good. viii + 152pp, 83pls, figs, maps & tables, card, A4 minor shelf wear Study of the town plan, Dominican, Franciscan & Carmelite friaries, layout of the harbour, water supply etc. Seller Inventory # 64263