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Gilmour, N (2008) Excavation, Evaluation and Watching Brief at Linton Village College, Linton Cambridgeshire Post-excavation Assessment and Updated Project Design. Bar Hill, Cambridgeshire: Oxford Archaeology East, OAE Report No: 1058. https://doi.org/10.5284/1030506

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Document Details

TitleExcavation, Evaluation and Watching Brief at Linton Village College, Linton Cambridgeshire Post-excavation Assessment and Updated Project Design
AuthorsGilmour, N
ProducerOxford Archaeology East
Place of productionBar Hill, Cambridgeshire
Other bibliographic detailsOAE Report No: 1058

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Site details

Location
Site nameLinton Village College, Cambridge Road
ParishLINTON
DistrictSOUTH CAMBRIDGESHIRE
CountyCAMBRIDGESHIRE
CountryENGLAND
Grid reference TL 556 469 (point)
Monuments and Finds      
BOUNDARY DITCHEARLY MEDIEVAL
DITCHLATE NEOLITHIC
ENCLOSUREBRONZE AGE
INHUMATIONEARLY MEDIEVAL
INHUMATIONROMAN
PITLATE NEOLITHIC
PITROMAN
POST HOLEROMAN
STRUCTUREROMAN
TRACKWAYROMAN
ARMLETROMAN
COINROMAN
HARNESS FITTINGROMAN
HOB NAILROMAN
HOOKROMAN
HUMAN REMAINSEARLY MEDIEVAL
KNIFEROMAN
LITHIC IMPLEMENTLATE NEOLITHIC
PLUMB BOBROMAN
QUERNROMAN
SHERDEARLY MEDIEVAL
SHERDNEOLITHIC
SHERDROMAN
 

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DescriptionA4 Booklet
Associated identifier oxfordar3-53451