Author: Alan Ward
In the trenching, for nearly its whole length no significant archaeological features, deposits or artefacts were observed. At the north end medieval masonry was however seen and with that realisation a closer look was made of the walling at a higher level. It Would appear that substantial areas of medieval wall, both in length and height survive within the Deanery buildings at this end of the yard. A short length of Roman wall probably also survives behind nineteenth century refacing in another building on the south side of the yard.
To cite this report:
Ward, A. (2016) An archaeological watching brief in the Deanery Kitchen Yard, King’s School, Rochester, Kent. AW Heritage Services for Keevill Heritage Ltd.
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Published online: 29th March 2018
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