Viking Dublin: Botanical Evidence from Fishamble Street
Royal Irish Academy for the National Museum of Ireland and the Royal Irish Academy, Jan 1, 1996 - Social Science - 115 pages
Describes and catalogues evidence of plant species recovered during excavations at Fishamble Street in Dublin.
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The results of the analyses
The plant remains
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Aethusa cynapium Agrostemma githago Anthemis cotula Anthriscus sylvestris archaeological arvensis barley Bellis perennis bench bilberry bolls bran brushwood Building level carbonised cereal cereal weed cesspits charred Chenopodium Chrysanthemum segetum comm contained corn-cockle Agrostemma County Dublin Crataegus monogyna crop deposits early medieval eaten evidence excavations faecal fat hen Fishamble Street flax fragments fruit Galium grain Gramineae grass grassland grown grows habitat hazel hazelnut hearth house floors house FS indicate inner city Ireland Irish large numbers level 11 Linum usitatissimum MAMMAL BONE material medieval town Montia fontana moss nettle nuts oats occurred pit samples plant remains plot 11 preserved probably quantities Raphanus raphanistrum Rumex Sample number seeds showing the locations sod layers Sonchus species Stellaria stinking chamomile stones straw suggest survived sylvestris Thlaspi arvense urban Urtica vegetative Viking Age Viking Age Dublin Viking Age town Wallace waste ground wild radish Wood Quay wood-chips