Occasional Papers 4, 1998: Roman burials in Norfolk, by David Gurney

This publication brings together reports on four burial sites in Roman Norfolk which, by chance, are mainly in the Norwich area. These include a wide range of burial types; a mixed cremation and inhumation cemetery at Bawburgh, lead coffins and a possible cremation vessel at Stonehills/Woodlands, Norwich, two rich cremation burials of the mid-60s at ‘Oakwood’, Stanley Avenue, Norwich, and a late 1st or early 2nd-century cremation at Hellesdon. The opening chapter provides an overview of the evidence from the County as a whole.

Full reference:
David Gurney, 1998. 'Roman burials in Norfolk', East Anglian Archaeology Occasional Papers 4