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Archaeological Investigations on the Site of The Former Yorkshire Grey Public House, High Street, Chesterton, Cambridge

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Mackay, Duncan 


The excavation on the site of the Former Yorkshire Grey public house, High Street, Chesterton, revealed several intercutting phases of activity, beginning in the Prehistoric period, and ending with the public house itself. The pre-modern phase of greatest activity dates to the Saxo-Norman period of the 11th to 13th centuries, represented by property boundaries, land divisions, domestic pitting and the establishment of the street front. The earlier and later Medieval periods were also represented.



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Cambridge Archaeological Unit, Department of Archaeology, University of Cambridge

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