Chapmangate Note the independent chapel built in 1807 to the left.
Archaeology & Finds
The items found here are stored in the history department of Pocklington school. They were found by William MacKay from sites in and around Pocklington. Kilnwick Road, Sherbuttgate and West Green. Pictures by Phil Gilbank and Andrew Sefton.
3rd and 4th century Roman Pottery
Roman Amphora fragment
Neolithic Hammer Stones
Early Bronze Age Knives & Scrapers circa 2000 BC
Early Bronze Age scrapers - circa 1500 BC
Sickle or Balde - used to pluck heads of corn - & Arrow Head
Early Bronze Age circa 1500 BC
Ox Shoe - Circa 16th century - found in Open Fields Area
Roman pins found on the Sherbuttgate site just prior to house building in the 1970's
Roman Pottery found in the Pocklington area
Part of a Roman Amphora found in Pocklington
This is exactly the same shape and size as the two Bronze Age Axes found in Pocklington by the School Pupils on a field walk. They are now stored in the Yorkshire Museum at York.