The king’s mills, Leeds: the history and archaeology of the manorial water-powered corn mills


A booklet, 60pp.,  profusely illustrated with b/w photographs, scale drawings, maps and diagrams.

The history and archaeology of the medieval and later manorial corn mills of Leeds known as King’s Mills. An archaeological excavation began in 1995 at Mill Hill to uncover the masonary water channels, water management system through a series of goits and dams, as well as the medieval timbers below the water table.

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  • Author(s): Goodchild, John; Wrathmell, Stuart
  • Publisher: Leeds Philosophical and Literary Society
  • Publication year: 2002