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This report describes the archaeological excavations by Oxford Archaeological Unit, which took place . Parts of these buildings date back to the royal palace, and evidence for a plantation from this period was also found.

This report describes the archaeological excavations by Oxford Archaeological Unit, which took place in 1997-8. The first elements of the site to be examined were the back gardens, pits and privies of the fine stone houses built along St John St and Beaumont St by 19th century property speculators. Painted window glass from both the royal and monastic occupations is reported on in detail in this volume, together with the many other finds left behind by the site's occupants, such as pottery and writing instruments.

The construction of the new Sackler Library for the University of Oxford provided an opportunity to. .This report describes the archaeological excavations by Oxford Archaeological Unit, which took place in 1997-8.

The construction of the new Sackler Library for the University of Oxford provided an opportunity to investigate the former site of the royal palace at Beaumont, the birthplace of both King Richard I (Lionheart) and King John. Stores ▾. Audible Barnes & Noble Walmart eBooks Apple Books Google Play Abebooks Book Depository Alibris Indigo Better World Books IndieBound. Paperback, 100 pages. Published June 1st 2001 by Oxford Archaeological Unit

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The construction of the new Sackler Library for the University of Oxford provided an opportunity to investigate the former site of the royal palace at Beaumont, the birthplace of both King Richard I and King John. This report details the excavations by Oxford Archaeology in 1997-8. The first elements of the site to be investigated were the back gardens, pits and privies of the fine stone houses built along St John Street and Beaumont Street by 19th century property speculators. Records from that period show that burials were uncovered both during the construction of the houses and during the building of Beaumont Street itself in 1820s. These burials were from the cemetery of the White Friars, or Carmelites, who occupied Beaumont in the later medieval period after being granted the site by King Edward II. Despite long years of later dereliction, the 1998 excavations traced the remains of at least two major structures, one of which may have been the church used by the friars. Parts of these buildings date back to royal palace, and evidence for a plantation from this period was also found. Painted window glass from both royal and monastic occupations is reported on in detail in this volume, together with the many other finds such as pottery and writing instruments.
Beaumont Palace and the White Friars: Excavations at the Sackler Library, Beaumont Street, Oxford (Oxford Archaeology Occasional Paper) download epub
Humanities
Author: Daniel Poore
ISBN: 0904220257
Category: Other
Subcategory: Humanities
Language: English
Publisher: Oxford Archaeology (June 1, 2001)
Pages: 100 pages