Technical Report: Biological remains from a site north-east of High Catton, East Riding of Yorkshire (site code: TSEP218)

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Deposits from this site produced a small, but mostly well-preserved assemblage of animal bone, mainly dated to the 4th century. These remains showed a number of characteristics typical of other Roman assemblages in Britain. The major domesticates formed the bulk of the assemblage, with cattle being the most dominant species and providing the largest… (More)

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@inproceedings{Jaques2006TechnicalRB, title={Technical Report: Biological remains from a site north-east of High Catton, East Riding of Yorkshire (site code: TSEP218)}, author={Deborah Jaques and Allan Hall and Stephen M. Rowland and John Carrott}, year={2006} }