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Timber Building Techniques in London c.900-1400. An Archaeological Study of Waterfront Installations and Related Material.

Milne, G.

Paperback. 152p with figs and photos. (London & Middlesex Archaeological Society, Special Paper 15, 1992). Publishers price € 32,50.

A report on a sequence of twenty-five closely-dated timber revetments which formed the embanking of the river Thames in the late Anglo-Saxon and early-medieval period. The excavations come from four sites, Billingsgate Lorry Park (1982-3), Seal House (1974), Trig Lane (1974-86), and Thames Exchange (1988-9). The study examines the structures primarily as examples of medieval timber building practice, rather than as waterfront installations. The report uncovers evidence for wide-ranging changes in vernacular timber-building practice in general at this time, and later chapters compare these conclusions with a range of timbers from medieval buildings in the City, and contemporary carpentry practice. A conclusion assesses timber-building traditions and types which, it is suggested, would have been present in medieval London. 

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