Imperial building

Description of this historic site

The corner of a stone built building was discovered during an excavation. It is believed to have been standing in the Imperial period. It could either be a public house marked on an 1806 map or 'The Butchers Hall' on a 1711 map. It stood on Market Place, Warwick.

Notes about this historic site

1 1983: Watching brief in Market Square on a storm-drain. Part of the trench section showed what appeared to be the corner of a stone-built building. Could be the public house ‘The Flying Horse’ on the 1806 map of Warwick or ‘The Butchers’ Hall’ on the 1711 map.
2 Map of 1711.
3 Map of 1806.

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