An Assessment of the potential for in-situ preservation of buried organic archaeological remains at Sutton Common, South Yorkshire: PhD Thesis, University of Hull (2004)

James Cheetham, 2007

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An Assessment of the potential for in-situ preservation of buried organic archaeological remains at Sutton Common, South Yorkshire: PhD Thesis, University of Hull (2004)

Location World regionBritish Isles and Ireland
British Isles countryEngland
English regionYorkshire and the Humber
TGNWorld, Europe, United Kingdom, England, South Yorkshire, Doncaster, Sutton Common [7030183]
Grid reference OSGB456300 412100
Grid reference Latitude longitude
bounding box
53.6067813144
-1.1578550888 -1.1427037149
53.5993507868
Subject FISH Archaeological Objects (England)WATERLOGGED SAMPLE
Library of Congress Subject HeadingsArchaeology
Monument Type (England)RELIGIOUS RITUAL AND FUNERARY
Monument Type (England)DOMESTIC
Monument Type (England)ENCLOSURE
Period MIDASIron Age
Project dates Created From01-APR-1999
Created To01-APR-2004
First Released17-JUL-2007
Last Modified12-JUL-2007
File types available PDF12 files

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