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Your midwife is Ruth Brown, a member of the team of midwives. She can be contacted at Stroud Maternity on 01453 562140.
The custom of placing a coin in the mouth of an inhumation as the fare for the ferryman Charon for safe passage across the River Styx in the afterlife was commonplace by the 4th century AD.
Other notable finds associated with the burials include as yet unidentifiedl ead objects and a sizeable iron cleaver.
In order to ensure the best care for you and your baby we aim to: After seeing your GP in early pregnancy (6-8 weeks) please book an appointment with your midwife, Ruth Brown, in the antenatal clinic.
Ruth will discuss screening with you at this appointment.
Particularly notable was a grave that contained the skeletons of two individuals, closely flexed together.
The majority of the inhumations appeared to have been laid directly in the graves, most probably in simple shrouds, however the presence of a number of iron nails around the exterior of two of the graves suggests that these bodies at least were likely to have been buried within coffins.
Your GP will be involved in monitoring the progress of your pregnancy when medically needed.
We advise that you take folic acid tablets for the first 12 weeks of pregnancy.
Although the on-site works have been completed, further study of the records, artefacts and the burials has just begun and may take a year or so to complete.