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Barclay, A, Fitzpatrick, A, Hayden, C, Stafford, E (2006) The Prehistoric Landscape at White Horse Stone, Aylesford, Kent. Oxford: Oxford Wessex Archaeology Joint Venture (London and Continental Railways) https://doi.org/10.5284/1008829

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Site details

Location
Site nameWhite Horse Stone
ParishAYLESFORD
CountyKENT
CountryENGLAND
Grid reference TQ 7520 6240 (point)
Monuments and Finds      
ANIMAL BURIALEARLY MEDIEVAL
BOUNDARY DITCHEARLY MEDIEVAL
BRIDLEWAYPOST MEDIEVAL
CREMATIONIRON AGE
CREMATIONLATE BRONZE AGE
CREMATION BURIALIRON AGE
CREMATION BURIALLATE BRONZE AGE
CREMATION PITIRON AGE
CREMATION PITLATE BRONZE AGE
CREMATION PITLATE NEOLITHIC
DITCHMESOLITHIC
DITCHROMAN
FIELDEARLY MEDIEVAL
FIELDIRON AGE
FIELDROMAN
FIELD SYSTEMEARLY MEDIEVAL
FIELD SYSTEMIRON AGE
FIELD SYSTEMROMAN
FURNACEIRON AGE
HEARTHIRON AGE
HEARTHLATE NEOLITHIC
HEARTHNEOLITHIC
HOLLOWAYEARLY MEDIEVAL
INHUMATIONEARLY MEDIEVAL
INHUMATIONIRON AGE
KILNMEDIEVAL
LITHIC IMPLEMENTMESOLITHIC
LONGHOUSENEOLITHIC
LYNCHETIRON AGE
METAL WORKING DEBRISIRON AGE
PIT CLUSTERIRON AGE
RITUAL PITEARLY MEDIEVAL
ROUND HOUSE (DOMESTIC)LATE NEOLITHIC
ROUND HOUSE (DOMESTIC)MIDDLE BRONZE AGE
RUBBISH PITIRON AGE
RUBBISH PITLATE NEOLITHIC
SEGMENTED DITCHIRON AGE
SETTLEMENTIRON AGE
STRUCTUREIRON AGE
STRUCTUREMIDDLE BRONZE AGE
STRUCTUREMIDDLE NEOLITHIC
STRUCTURENEOLITHIC
TRACKWAYEARLY MEDIEVAL
TRACKWAYIRON AGE
TRACKWAYROMAN
ANIMAL REMAINSBRONZE AGE
ANIMAL REMAINSEARLY MEDIEVAL
ANIMAL REMAINSIRON AGE
ANIMAL REMAINSLATE NEOLITHIC
ANIMAL REMAINSMEDIEVAL
ANIMAL REMAINSMESOLITHIC
ANIMAL REMAINSNEOLITHIC
AWLIRON AGE
BUTCHERED ANIMAL REMAINSEARLY MEDIEVAL
BUTCHERED ANIMAL REMAINSLATE NEOLITHIC
CEREAL GRAINBRONZE AGE
CEREAL GRAINIRON AGE
CEREAL GRAINMEDIEVAL
CRUCIBLEIRON AGE
FISH REMAINSEARLY MEDIEVAL
HUMAN REMAINSEARLY MEDIEVAL
HUMAN REMAINSIRON AGE
HUMAN REMAINSLATE BRONZE AGE
HUMAN REMAINSLATE NEOLITHIC
KNIFEIRON AGE
LITHIC IMPLEMENTBRONZE AGE
LITHIC IMPLEMENTLATE NEOLITHIC
LITHIC IMPLEMENTNEOLITHIC
LOOMWEIGHTIRON AGE
MOLLUSCAROMAN
MOLLUSCA REMAINSLATE NEOLITHIC
MOLLUSCA REMAINSMEDIEVAL
MOLLUSCA REMAINSMESOLITHIC
MOLLUSCA REMAINSNEOLITHIC
PINIRON AGE
PLANT REMAINSBRONZE AGE
PLANT REMAINSEARLY MEDIEVAL
PLANT REMAINSMESOLITHIC
QUERNIRON AGE
SPINDLE WHORLIRON AGE
WHETSTONEIRON AGE
 

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