Our paper has utilised the findings of a number of specialists without whom this analysis would not have been possible. We are grateful to; Steve Allen, Peter Didsbury, Allan Hall, Nick Hodgson, Harry Kenward, Ian Panter, Jane McComish, Peter Mackey, Ailsa Mainman, Gwladys Monteil, David Williams

Thanks also to Becky Kelly, On-Site Archaeology, for excavating the well and to Helen Goodchild, University of York, for illustrations.


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