Survey and excavation within the castle.
Murphy and O’Mahoney 1985
Excavation and survey.
Partial excavation of castle. Environmental evidence: plant macrofossils; animal bone; molluscs; insects.
Capel 1990; Capel and Jessop 1996; Webster 1981, 1982; Webster and Caple 1983
Extensive excavations within the castle. Environmental evidence: plant macrofossils; animal bone.
Avent 1978, 1979,1988, 1992, 1993
Survey and excavation.
Survey of the medieval town walls.
King and Cheshire 1982
Survey of the medieval town walls of Tenby.
Large-scale excavation of the priory. Not yet fully published. Environmental evidence: animal bone; molluscs.
Excavations supported by finds reports and bone analysis.
James T, 1985
Extensive excavations, supported by finds reports, environmental analyses and scientific dates.
Account of small-scale excavations.
Excavation in and around a medieval church.
Excavations in a deserted part of the medieval town, supported by pottery analysis. Environmental evidence: plant macrofossils.
Small-scale excavations within the medieval town.
Small-scale excavations on line of defences. Radiocarbon dates. Environmental evidence: pollen.
Excavation and survey in a deserted medieval town, supported by pottery analysis, environmental analysis and a radiocarbon date..
Other town key texts: Soulsby 1983
Survey and structural analysis of the palace.
Other key architecture/standing building texts: Smith 1988, 1994
Excavation and survey of pillow mounds and associated structures. Supported by radiocarbon dates. Environmental evidence: pollen; soil studies.
Most pottery studies are contained within reports on excavations cited above – Cardigan Castle, Greyfriars Carmarthen, Newport and Wiston. A key text is Papazian and Campbell 1992. See also Brennan and Murphy 1993-4.
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