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1970 Watching Brief LEWIN'S MEAD (GREYFRIARS)

Watching brief on gas pipe trench revealed five inhumations associated with the Franciscan friary. Bristol UAD No: 23


Director of fieldwork M W Ponsford
Auspices City of Bristol Museums and Art Galleries

Publications :
Note Council for British Archaeology : Group 12 (Wessex) & Group 13 (South West) : Archaeological review 6/1971/40

1971 Watching Brief UPPER MAUDLIN STREET

Watching brief on water pipe trench recorded a medieval conduit associated with Greyfriars, up to 2m high in three branches. A complete medieval doorway was also recorded. The conduit is reported to have been retained below the carriageway. Bristol UAD No: 21

Director of fieldwork D Miles
Director of fieldwork M W Ponsford
Auspices City of Bristol Museums and Art Galleries

Publications :
Note Council for British Archaeology : Group 12 (Wessex) & Group 13 (South West) : Archaeological review 6/1971/40

1973 Excavation BRISTOL FRIARY, LEWIN'S MEAD

Museum accession no: 241/1973. Two areas excavated between Upper Maudlin Street and Blackfriars, on the site of the demolished Moravian Church and associated buildings. Accession no. includes a watching brief on the Greyfriars office development.
Bristol UAD Nos: 316 (EXC), 315 (WAT)

Funding Body/Financier Department of the Environment
Director of fieldwork M W Ponsford
Auspices City of Bristol Museums and Art Galleries
Archive Holder City of Bristol Museums and Art Galleries
Finds Holder City of Bristol Museums and Art Galleries

Publications :
Full report Bristol & Avon archaeology Bristol & Avon Archaeological Society 17/2002

Full report City of Bristol Museum and Art Gallery monographs 1/1974/121-5

Note Medieval archaeology : journal of the Society for Medieval Archaeology 18/1974/189-90

Note Post-medieval archaeology : the journal of the Society for Post-Medieval Archaeology 8/1974/123

Pamphlet Virtual Catalogue Entry to support E.I. Migration /1982/Excavations at Greyfriars, Bristol/

2007 Evaluation HILL HOUSE, LEWINS MEAD

Bristol UAD No: 4360. Three trenches excavated in advance of proposed development, recording medieval features associated with the Franciscan Friary and elements of the 19th century confectionary factory. Accession no: 2006.99.
Director of fieldwork Rachel Heaton
Finds Holder Bristol City Museum and Art Gallery
Auspices Bristol and Region Archaeological Services
Funding Body/Financier Developer
Archive Holder Bristol City Museum and Art Gallery

Publications :
Full report Bristol and Region Archaeological Services reports Heaton R/2007/Archaeological evaluation of land at Hill House, Lewins Mead, Bristol/Report No 1748.