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Hollinrake, C., Hollinrake, N. (2000) An Archaeological Watching Brief on a new Sports Pavilion and Service Trenches in Townsend Close, Ilchester. Glastonbury: C. and N. Hollinrake Ltd, Report 176. https://doi.org/10.5284/1029079

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Document Details

TitleAn Archaeological Watching Brief on a new Sports Pavilion and Service Trenches in Townsend Close, Ilchester
AuthorsHollinrake, C., Hollinrake, N.
ProducerC. and N. Hollinrake Ltd
Place of productionGlastonbury
Other bibliographic detailsReport 176

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Site details

Location
Site nameSports Pavilion and Service Trenches in Townsend Close
ParishIlchester
DistrictSouth Somerset District
CountySomerset
CountryENGLAND
Grid reference ST 51900 22250 (point)
Monuments and Finds      
SETTLEMENTROMAN
CERAMIC BUILDING MATERIALROMAN
SHERDLATE IRON AGE
SHERDROMAN
 

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