EAMC Phases (CUGL)

Creator(s): Penny Crook; Tim Murray; La Trobe University

Year: 2006

Primary Copyright Holder: La Trobe University


Phase numbers from the Phases table for the CUGL site only.

Cite this Record

EAMC Phases (CUGL). Penny Crook, Tim Murray, La Trobe University. 2006 ( tDAR id: 407192) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8DR2XK7

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Coding Rules

Code Term Description Mapped Ontology Node
1 Pre-European Pre-1788: Includes all deposits in existence before European settlement. This includes bedrock and sub-soil deposits. Pre-contact cultural material associated with the Aboriginal occupation of the site in included in this phase.
2 Early European Occupation 1788– c1810: European occupation or use of the site prior to the formalisation of the various properties during the Macquarie Period. This phases includes contact, clearance as well as irregular occupation by Europeans. The initial Byrne family occupancy fails within this period and extends into the following periods.
3 Formal land division c1810–c1833: Formal alienation of land and Cribb occupancy of the southern half of the site. Subdivision of the Gloucester Street frontage with the development of residences and dwellings.
4 Early subdivision and occupation c1833–c1851: Subdivision of part of southern half of site along Cumberland Street, extension of Byrne House, further development along Gloucester Street.
5 Further subdivision and occupation c1851–c1880: This phase was instituted in order to break the post-1850 period into two smaller units. During this phase subdivisions took place on the southern half of the site under Massey and in the Byrne property in the north resulting in the construction of the Cribbs Lane–Carahers Lane terraces.
6 Intensive occupation and decline c1880–c1900: The final phase of the site's function as a residential community prior to the outbreak of the Plague, characterised by close settlement and possible break-down of service infrastructure.
7 'Plague' Clearances c1900–c1916: Visitation of the Plague. Gradual removal of dwellings, levelling of the site and the introduction of fill in some areas.
8 Engineering works c1916–c1924: Use of the site as both Engineering works, railway workshop and training facility.
9 Post-engineering works c1924–c1950: Use of the site as motor garage and other undetermined uses.
10 Bus Depot c1950–c1972: Removal of structures and installation of concrete slab over site for use as a bus-parking depot.
11 Sydney Harbour Foreshore Authority c1972–1994: Control of the site by the Sydney Cove Redevelopment Authority, later the Sydney Cove Authority and now the Sydney Harbour Foreshore Authority. Little change to the physical structure of the site apart from dumping along the eastern margin.
12 Excavation 1994: Archaeological investigation, (Use this phase for unstratified contexts.)
Special Coding Rules: These entries are not in the coding-sheet, but represent edge-cases in Data Integration that may benefit from custom mappings
The following coding rules exist in datasets mapped to this coding sheet, but are not in the coding sheet

Record Identifiers

TDAR ID(s): 7193

FAIMS ID(s): repo.fedarch.org/coding-sheet/7193

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