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Anon (1995) A52 Radcliffe on Trent Bypass. Environmental Assessement Stage 2, Report on Archaeology and Built Heritage Volume 1. Nottingham: Archaeological Research and Consultancy at the University of Sheffield (ARCUS) https://doi.org/10.5284/1010858

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Document Details

TitleA52 Radcliffe on Trent Bypass. Environmental Assessement Stage 2, Report on Archaeology and Built Heritage Volume 1
AuthorsAnon
ProducerArchaeological Research and Consultancy at the University of Sheffield (ARCUS)
Place of productionNottingham

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Site details

Location
Site nameA52 RADCLIFFE ON TRENT BYPASS
ParishN/A
CountyNOTTINGHAMSHIRE
CountryENGLAND
Grid reference SK 649 388 (point)
Monuments and Finds      
LITHIC IMPLEMENTPREHISTORIC
POTMEDIEVAL
POTROMAN
 

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