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An Archaeological Evaluation at St. Michael's Church, Trinity Street, Cambridge


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Hall, Andrew 

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During November 2000, an archaeological evaluation was conducted by members of the Cambridge Archaeological Unit (CAU) to the south of the tower of St Michael's church. Two small testpits were hand excavated to reveal the nature, and condition of any archaeological deposits underlying the present stone flagging. This investigation is in advance of a scheme to provide disabled access to the southern door of the church via a circular ramp. The results of the excavations suggest that although a proportion of the uppermost archaeological deposits have been truncated and disturbed by modern services, areas of intact archaeology, including inhumations are present almost immediately below the present floor makeup.

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Cambridge Archaeological Unit, Department of Archaeology, University of Cambridge

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