Tyne and Wear HER(1443): Newcastle, Clavering Place, Roman pottery - Details
Newcastle, Clavering Place, Roman pottery
It was reported in 1865 that, during recent alterations to his property in Clavering Place, Edward Spoor had found a mixture of pottery, human bones and a Roman building-stone in north-south parallel trenches "within the precincts of the house of the White Friars". The location of his house is not known, so the full significance of these discoveries cannot be assessed.
<< HER 1443 >> Archaeologia Aeliana, 1865, Roman Stone found at the White Friars', Newcastle, 2, VI, 231 J.C. Bruce, 1867, Roman Wall, 3rd. ed., 103n G.R.B. Spain, 1930, Newcastle Fort Suburbs, Northumberland County History, XIII, 506