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Booth, P, Diez, V (2006) The Roman settlement at Bower Road, Smeeth, Kent. Oxford: Oxford Wessex Archaeology Joint Venture (London and Continental Railways) https://doi.org/10.5284/1009794

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Site details

Location
Site nameBower Road
ParishSMEETH
CountyKENT
CountryENGLAND
Grid reference TR 0595 3881 (point)
Monuments and Finds      
BOUNDARY DITCHROMAN
COURTYARD HOUSEROMAN
CREMATION BURIALROMAN
DITCHLATE IRON AGE
DITCHMEDIEVAL
DITCHROMAN
DRAINAGE DITCHLATE IRON AGE
ENCLOSUREROMAN
FIELD BOUNDARYROMAN
FIELD SYSTEMLATE IRON AGE
FIELD SYSTEMROMAN
FLINT SCATTERMESOLITHIC
FLINT SCATTERNEOLITHIC
PENMEDIEVAL
PENPOST MEDIEVAL
PONDLATE IRON AGE
POST BUILT STRUCTUREROMAN
STRUCTUREROMAN
WATERHOLEROMAN
ANIMAL REMAINSROMAN
CINERARY URNROMAN
COINROMAN
CREMATIONROMAN
HUMAN REMAINSROMAN
LITHIC IMPLEMENTMESOLITHIC
LITHIC IMPLEMENTNEOLITHIC
MOLUSCA REMAINSROMAN
PLANT REMAINSROMAN
POTMEDIEVAL
POTPOST MEDIEVAL
STRAP ENDROMAN
 

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Associated identifier CTRL09-26