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Barclay, A, Hayden, C (2006) The Prehistoric Landscape at Eyhorne Street, Hollingbourne, Kent. Oxford: Oxford Wessex Archaeology Joint Venture (London and Continental Railways) https://doi.org/10.5284/1008818

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Site details

Location
Site nameEyhorne Street
ParishHOLLINGBOURNE
CountyKENT
CountryENGLAND
Grid reference TQ 8370 5420 (point)
Monuments and Finds      
CREMATIONEARLY BRONZE AGE
CREMATIONLATE NEOLITHIC
CREMATION PITEARLY BRONZE AGE
CREMATION PITLATE NEOLITHIC
DITCHEARLY NEOLITHIC
DITCHMIDDLE NEOLITHIC
DITCHPOST MEDIEVAL
PITEARLY NEOLITHIC
RUBBISH PITIRON AGE
SETTLEMENTIRON AGE
ANIMAL REMAINSIRON AGE
BOWLIRON AGE
CEREAL GRAINEARLY NEOLITHIC
CEREAL GRAINIRON AGE
CEREAL GRAINMIDDLE NEOLITHIC
CUPIRON AGE
DAGGERIRON AGE
FLINT IMPLEMENTEARLY NEOLITHIC
FLINT IMPLEMENTMESOLITHIC
FLINT IMPLEMENTMIDDLE NEOLITHIC
HUMAN REMAINSEARLY BRONZE AGE
HUMAN REMAINSLATE NEOLITHIC
LOOMWEIGHTIRON AGE
PITMIDDLE NEOLITHIC
PLANT REMAINSEARLY BRONZE AGE
PLANT REMAINSEARLY NEOLITHIC
PLANT REMAINSIRON AGE
PLANT REMAINSLATE NEOLITHIC
PLANT REMAINSMIDDLE NEOLITHIC
POTEARLY BRONZE AGE
URNEARLY BRONZE AGE
URNLATE NEOLITHIC
 

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Associated identifier CTRL09-14