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33 Stannary Street, London

33 Stannary Street, London

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Published by Wessex Archaeology
An Archaeological Watching Brief carried out on groundworks for a mixed residential/commercial development (centred on NGR 531330, 178045) confirmed that the Site had been severely disturbed by 19th century and later development.
The evidence from the Watching Brief suggests that the Site and general area was unoccupied prior to these developments but probably utilised as market gardens.
The evidence for the earliest activities at the Site was provided by a small ditch which dates to the early post-medieval period.
This feature did however contain a redeposited sherd of Romano-British pottery which provides very tentative confirmation of possible Romano-British activity in the area.
An Archaeological Watching Brief carried out on groundworks for a mixed residential/commercial development (centred on NGR 531330, 178045) confirmed that the Site had been severely disturbed by 19th century and later development.
The evidence from the Watching Brief suggests that the Site and general area was unoccupied prior to these developments but probably utilised as market gardens.
The evidence for the earliest activities at the Site was provided by a small ditch which dates to the early post-medieval period.
This feature did however contain a redeposited sherd of Romano-British pottery which provides very tentative confirmation of possible Romano-British activity in the area.

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Wessex Archaeology 
November 2004Ref: 57210
33 Stannary StreetLondon SE11
 Archaeological Excavation Report
 
33 STANNARY STREETLONDON SE11ARCHAEOLOGICAL WATCHING BRIEF REPORT
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JCMT Architects
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Wessex ArchaeologyUnit 701The Chandlery50 Westminster Bridge RoadLondon SE1 7QYMOL Ref.: SSY 04WA Ref.: 57210November 2004
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Copyright Wessex Archaeology Limited, 2004The Trust for Wessex Archaeology Limited is a Registered Charity No. 287786 
 
33 STANNARY STREETLONDON SE11ARCHAEOLOGICAL WATCHING BRIEF REPORTSummary
An Archaeological Watching Brief carried out on groundworks for a mixedresidential/commercial development (centred on NGR 531330, 178045) confirmedthat the Site had been severely disturbed by 19
th
century and later development.The evidence from the Watching Brief suggests that the Site and general area wasunoccupied prior to these developments but probably utilised as market gardens.The evidence for the earliest activities at the Site was provided by a small ditch whichdates to the early post-medieval period.This feature did however contain a redeposited sherd of Romano-British potterywhich provides very tentative confirmation of possible Romano-British activity in thearea.i

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