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Bibliographic Reference and files

Start, D. (1994) Desk-Top Assessment for the Proposed Western Extension of Whisby Quarry, Eagle and Swinethorpe, Lincolnshire. Sleaford: Archaeological Project Services https://doi.org/10.5284/1015169

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Document Details

TitleDesk-Top Assessment for the Proposed Western Extension of Whisby Quarry, Eagle and Swinethorpe, Lincolnshire
AuthorsStart, D.
ProducerArchaeological Project Services
Place of productionSleaford

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Site details

Location
Site nameProposed western extension of Whisby quarry
ParishEAGLE AND SWINETHORPE
DistrictNORTH KESTEVEN
CountyLINCOLNSHIRE
CountryENGLAND
Grid reference SK 89000 66600 (point)
Monuments and Finds      
BARROWEARLY BRONZE AGE
 

Other details

Associated identifier Lincolnshire HER Report UID 232