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Soden, I and Dix, B (1994) The M1-A1 Link Road in Northamptonshire Archaeological Observation Along the A14 Road-Corridor. Northampton: Northamptonshire Archaeology (The Department of Transport) https://doi.org/10.5284/1020123

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Document Details

TitleThe M1-A1 Link Road in Northamptonshire Archaeological Observation Along the A14 Road-Corridor
AuthorsSoden, I and Dix, B
ProducerNorthamptonshire Archaeology
Place of productionNorthampton
Responsible bodyThe Department of Transport

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Location
Site nameThe M1-A1 Link Road in Northamptonshire Along the A14 Road-Corridor
ParishN/A
DistrictN/A
CountyNORTHAMPTONSHIRE
CountryENGLAND
Grid reference SP 56073 78941 (line) TL 00567 78084 (line)
Monuments and Finds      
ARTEFACT SCATTEREARLY MEDIEVAL
ARTEFACT SCATTERROMAN
BRICKWORKSPOST MEDIEVAL
ENCLOSUREIRON AGE
FLINT SCATTER PREHISTORIC
GRUBENHAUSEARLY MEDIEVAL
HUTIRON AGE
INHUMATION CEMETERYUNDATED
URNFIELDBRONZE AGE
VILLAROMAN
VESSEL BRONZE AGE
 

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