St. Edmunds College, Cambridge. Background Archaeological and Historical Review.

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Newman, Richard 

St Edmund’s College is situated in a rich archaeological landscape that contains numerous sites dating from the Mesolithic to post-medieval periods. Located closely adjacent to the core of the Roman town, previous investigations at the site have revealed evidence of features, domestic debris and burials of this date. Although significant post-medieval disturbance – primarily in the form of quarrying activity – has also been identified, the archaeological potential of the site nevertheless remains high.

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