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Later Medieval Remains found at The Meridian, Lewes, East Sussex.

Excavations just completed by CBAS at the site of the Meridian public house in Western Road, Lewes have uncovered important remains dating to the Later Medieval period.

The excavations revealed evidence for two possible houses fronting onto Western Road, one of which contained a hearth, whilst to the rear of these properties were two large pits, one of which contained a brick wall structure.

A large assemblage of pottery, animal bone and other artefacts has been recovered, the pottery covering a (provisional) date range of 1450-1550AD.

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