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Askew, P, Booth, P (2006) The Prehistoric, Roman and Medieval Landscape at Northumberland Bottom, Gravesend, Kent. Oxford: Oxford Wessex Archaeology Joint Venture (London and Continental Railways) https://doi.org/10.5284/1008830

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Site details

Location
Site nameNorthumberland Bottom
ParishGRAVESEND
CountyKENT
CountryENGLAND
Grid reference TQ 6254 7175 (point) TQ 6412 7100 (point)
Monuments and Finds      
ARMY CAMPMODERN
ARMY CAMPPOST MEDIEVAL
BANK (EARTHWORK)ROMAN
BARROWMIDDLE BRONZE AGE
BARROWNEOLITHIC
BATTERYPOST MEDIEVAL
BOUNDARY DITCHIRON AGE
BOUNDARY DITCHLATE BRONZE AGE
BOUNDARY DITCHMEDIEVAL
BOUNDARY DITCHMODERN
BOUNDARY DITCHNEOLITHIC
BOUNDARY DITCHPOST MEDIEVAL
BOUNDARY DITCHROMAN
BOWL FURNACEIRON AGE
BRICK KILNPOST MEDIEVAL
BURIALNEOLITHIC
CLAMPPOST MEDIEVAL
CLINKERMODERN
CLINKERPOST MEDIEVAL
CORN DRYING OVENROMAN
CREMATIONEARLY BRONZE AGE
CREMATIONLATE BRONZE AGE
CREMATIONROMAN
CREMATION BURIALEARLY BRONZE AGE
CREMATION BURIALLATE BRONZE AGE
CREMATION BURIALROMAN
CREMATION PITLATE BRONZE AGE
CREMATION PITROMAN
DITCHMEDIEVAL
DITCHPOST MEDIEVAL
EMBANKMENTROMAN
ENCLOSUREIRON AGE
ENCLOSURELATE BRONZE AGE
ENCLOSUREMEDIEVAL
ENCLOSURENEOLITHIC
ENCLOSUREROMAN
FIELDIRON AGE
FIELDLATE BRONZE AGE
FIELDMEDIEVAL
FIELDROMAN
FIELD DRAINMODERN
FIELD DRAINPOST MEDIEVAL
FIELD SYSTEMROMAN
FLUEMEDIEVAL
GRUBENHAUSMEDIEVAL
GUN EMPLACEMENTMODERN
GUN EMPLACEMENTPOST MEDIEVAL
HEARTHLATE BRONZE AGE
HEARTHMEDIEVAL
HEARTHROMAN
HOLLOW WAYROMAN
INHUMATIONNEOLITHIC
INHUMATIONROMAN
KILNROMAN
MOUNDNEOLITHIC
MUNITION HOUSEMODERN
MUNITION HOUSEPOST MEDIEVAL
OVENMEDIEVAL
OVENROMAN
PENIRON AGE
PLOUGH MARKSROMAN
RITUAL PITIRON AGE
ROADROMAN
ROTARY QUERNMEDIEVAL
RUBBISH PITMEDIEVAL
STRUCTUREROMAN
TIMBER FRAMED BUILDINGMEDIEVAL
TRACKWAYIRON AGE
TRACKWAYNEOLITHIC
TRACKWAYPOST MEDIEVAL
ANIMAL REMAINSIRON AGE
ANIMAL REMAINSMEDIEVAL
ANIMAL REMAINSROMAN
BEAKERNEOLITHIC
BROOCHIRON AGE
BUTCHERED ANIMAL REMAINSIRON AGE
BUTCHERED ANIMAL REMAINSROMAN
HUMAN REMAINSEARLY BRONZE AGE
HUMAN REMAINSLATE BRONZE AGE
HUMAN REMAINSNEOLITHIC
HUMAN REMAINSROMAN
LITHIC IMPLEMENTEARLY BRONZE AGE
LOOMWEIGHTIRON AGE
LOOMWEIGHTMIDDLE BRONZE AGE
PLANT REMAINSMEDIEVAL
PLANT REMAINSROMAN
QUERNIRON AGE
QUERNROMAN
URNEARLY BRONZE AGE
URNLATE BRONZE AGE
 

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