The Old Divinity School, St. John's College Cambridge. An Archaeological Evaluation and Watching Brief
An archaeological evaluation consisting of 13 test pits was undertaken at the Selwyn Divinity School, Cambridge. These demonstrated that in the area of the building with basements archaeological features still survived, including human burials. In the area of the building without basements the construction of the Selwyn Divinity School appears to have caused relatively little disturbance of earlier archaeological deposits, indicating that there is a high probability of a good surviving sequence of early to mid 10th to early 19th century deposits.