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Bibliographic Reference and files

Anon. (1999) White Horse Stone, Pilgrim's Way And West Of Boarley Farm, ARC WHS 98, ARC PIL 98, ARC BFW 98, Detailed Archaeological Works Interim Report Final. Oxford: Oxford Archaeological Unit (Union Railways (South) Ltd ) doi: 10.5284/1000660

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arc_bfw98_interim.pdf PDF 141 Kb

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Site details

Location
Site nameWhite Horse Stone, Pilgrim's Way And West Of Boarley Farm
ParishBOXLEY
DistrictMAIDSTONE
CountyKENT
CountryENGLAND
Grid reference TQ 7525 6030 (point)
Monuments and Finds      
ANIMAL BURIALLATE IRON AGE
CORN DRYING OVENMEDIEVAL
CREMATIONLATE IRON AGE
FURNACEEARLY IRON AGE
HOLLOW WAYMEDIEVAL
LONGHOUSENEOLITHIC
STRUCTUREBRONZE AGE
STRUCTURELATE IRON AGE
TRACKWAYMEDIEVAL
AWLEARLY IRON AGE
KNIFEEARLY IRON AGE
POTMIDDLE NEOLITHIC
SHERDBRONZE AGE
SHERDEARLY IRON AGE
SLAGEARLY IRON AGE
WHETSTONEEARLY IRON AGE
 

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Associated identifier CTRL03-2