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Charred grains (2080): rye from Stratton, Biggleswade

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posted on 2022-07-05, 21:02 authored by Helena HamerowHelena Hamerow, Elizabeth Stroud
interior view of charred cereal grains (Secale cereale) from archaeological excavations at Stratton, Biggleswade, England

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Feeding Anglo-Saxon England: The Bioarchaeology of an Agricultural Revolution

European Research Council

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Stratton, Biggleswade

haystack grain photo ID

2080

haystack sample ID

1804

haystack stable isotope ID

221

haystack stable isotope lab code

BIG011c

haystack radiocarbon ID

n/a

assemblage reference

Moffett, L. and Smith, W. (2022). 'Charred and waterlogged plants', in Shotliff, D. and Ingham, D., Stratton, Biggleswade: 1300 years of village life in eastern Bedfordshire from the 5th century AD (Oxford: Archaeopress), Appendix A8.

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cereal (Latin)

Secale cereale

cereal (English)

rye

FeedSax phase

H (1446-1515)

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