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Observations on the Cam West Bank King's College, Cambridge

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Evans, Christopher 


On March 11, 1991, a series of pits cut for the insertion of shoring for a new riverside revetment behind King's College were recorded. 0.70m x 0.90m in size and 0.80m deep, they lay at intervals of 0.95m along the crest of the western riverside bank (at the foot of the rail fence) running from the north side of King's Bridge to the drain south of Clare Bridge. We had not been contracted to undertake this work and, therefore, were not in a position to expend any great length of time recording. What follows should only be considered as the most casual watching brief observations. While features were photographed and sketched, they were not formally drawn.



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Cambridge Archaeological Unit, Department of Archaeology, University of Cambridge

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