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Faunal bone assemblage

A single bead found on a site with Bronze Age pottery and moulds for casting bronze swords and rapiers. The bead is made from serpentine, a type of rock found...

Faunal bone assemblage

A very small number of burnt animal bone fragments collected during a development-led watching brie in Rougemont Castle gardens in Exeter. The date of the assemblage is uncertain and it...

Faunal bone assemblage

A single fragment of animal bone collected during a development-led project at the South Gate, Exeter....

Faunal bone assemblage

A small assemblage of animal bone, possibly of Roman date, collected during a developer-led watching brief in Cathedral Close, Exeter. The site lies in the centre of the city with...

Faunal bone assemblage

A small assemblage of shell and animal teeth collected during a rescue excavation of a site adjacent to St Nicholas Priory in Exeter. The faunal remains are thought to be...

Faunal bone assemblage

A small assemblage of animal bone collected during rescue excavations on the site of medieval townhouses in North Street, Exeter. Contained in two boxes, the material is thought to be...

Faunal bone assemblage

A very small assemblage of post-medieval mollusc shell collected during excavation at Cricklepit Mill near Exeter quay. The assemblage is unpublished....

Faunal bone assemblage

A small assemblage of animal bone collected during a small excavation of a multi-period site in High Street, Exeter. The assemblage totals three boxes, and is thought to largely consist...

Faunal bone assemblage

A small assemblage of animal bone and shell collected during the rescue excavation of a multi-period site at Bartholomew Street West in Exeter. Totalling two boxes, the assemblage is thought...

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