Archive for February, 2008

Medieval Boat Timber, Arnolfini Gallery

Groundworks monitored during a recent extension to the former Bush warehouse, now the Arnolfini Gallery, have revealed a piece of worked timber, recovered from alluvial clay beneath the footings of the original northern wall of the warehouse.

Early Medieval Waterfront, Bristol

Mitigation work to record surface archaeology on a site adjacent to the south east corner of Bristol Bridge, produced evidence of waterfront activity dating back to the 12th century, as well as subsequent phases of land reclamation and construction.

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