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Arabaolaza, I (GUARD Archaeology Ltd.) (2011) Lennel Old Parish Church, Scottish Borders, Archaeological Watching Brief Data Structure Report, Project 3294. Glasgow: GUARD Archaeology Limited, Project 3294. https://doi.org/10.5284/1020936

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Site details

Location
Site nameLennel Parish Church and Graveyard
ParishCOLDSTREAM
CountySCOTTISH BORDERS, THE
CountrySCOTLAND
Grid reference NT 85740 41173 (point)
Monuments and Finds      
CHURCH AND GRAVEYARDMEDIEVAL
COINMEDIEVAL
SHROUD PINSMEDIEVAL
 

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DescriptionData Structure Report detailing the findings from the Watching Brief carried out at Lennel Parish Church and Graveyard during emergency stabilisation works on the banks of the River tweed. the remains of five articulated skeletons and numerous disarticulated human remains were uncovered. Among the grave furniture were shroud pins and one 15th century coin.
Associated identifier guardarc1-105395