I would start looking at taverns in 0stiA Antica- Rome and Pompeii
At Wellcourt Bow_Lane London. _as I remember it they found a cellar with a
wine amphorae in the wall by the entrance from the street suggesting it was
On 7 February 2010 18:20, Lisa Kerley <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> I am a fairly new member to this forum and not an archaeologist so wonder
> if I can call on you for some help please?
> I'm soon teaching a short course on the history and culture of the public
> house in Britain. I am in search of more detailed information than I have
> found so far in my reading and I don't have time to do any really in-depth
> research. What I'm trying to find out is what archaeological evidence
> exists for 'establishments' that sold alcohol in Britain during the Roman
> occupation. Would the experts be in agreement that these establishments are
> the earliest type of public house in Britain?
> I hope this brings about an interesting exchange of information and ideas!
> Best regards,
> Lisa Kerley
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