Monument record LVM 114 - 16th-17th pit and two undated pits at The Greyhound, Lavenham
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|Grid reference||Centred TL 9154 4924 (6m by 3m)|
|Civil Parish||LAVENHAM, BABERGH, SUFFOLK|
Type and Period (2)
Archaeological monitoring and recording was carried out to the rear of The Greyhound Inn which is a 15th-16th century listed building in the centre of the medieval town of Lavenham. Significant archaeological features were one 16th-17th century pit and two undated pits or natural features. Post-medieval finds include red brick, peg-tile and fragments of salt-glazed drainage pipe along with pottery and glass bottles, all of 19th-20th century date. Two clay pipe stems 16th-17th century were also recovered (S1).
- <S1> SSF57847 Unpublished document: Pooley, L.. 2017. Archaeological Monitoring and recording at The Greyhound Inn, High Street, Lavenham.
- None recorded
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Record last edited
Aug 17 2017 11:23AM