Archive for September, 2008

Hamilton Court, Montague Street, Bristol

Excavations and watching brief at Montague Street uncovered a series of cellars belonging to houses that stood there in the 18th century and which were replaced by a factory in the early 20th century, and more recently after its demolition, a car park.

St James’ Priory, Part 1

Redevelopment of Bristol Bus Station has provided the opportunity for archaeologists to investigate the site of St James’ Priory, the first of several to be built on the banks of the Frome and dating to the early twelfth century.

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ammunition bath bedminster blast furnace bristol bronze-age burial canal casting house ceramic chapel church civil war convent dwelling fort garden building gazebo glass furnace glass works hall house hogarth hospital industrial infirmary iron works jewellery maesteg medieval millerd's map monastic pit port post-medieval post hole prehistoric or roman priory public house railway road roman shipyard st james theatre timber