Charnel Pit at St Nicholas' Church, Alcester
A possible charnel pit was found during an archaeological excavation. The pit contained human bone, Roman pottery and various other artefacts. The site was located at St. Nicholas' Church, Alcester.
1 Archaeological observation carried out at St Nicholas’ Church, Alcester, recorded a possible charnel pit containing a large amount of disarticulated human bone, a small amount of Romano-British (2nd-4th century) pottery, a copper alloy pin and stud and some iron nails.
2 Dating of charnel pit changed to medieval.