Tyne and Wear HER(6732): Newcastle, Dean Street, wine flask - Details
Newcastle, Dean Street, wine flask
Food and Liquid Storage Container
Dean Street, wine flask 16th century light grey stoneware wine flask with globular body. Identified as type II in J.G. Hursts typology. These flasks are thought to have been made in Martincamp in northern France. Found in June 1979 in Dean Street, by the Cathedral steps, in a sewer trench. Donated to the Society of Antiquaries by A. Nichols of Monkseaton.
Museum of Antiquities, 1979.54, Box 1338; Archaeologia Aeliana (5), VIII (1980), pp 157-8