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Fraser, R., Robinson, P. (1994) An Archaeological Evaluation of a Romano-British Farmstead at Bayram Hill, North Yorkshire. Barnard Castle: Northern Archaeological Associates, NAA 94/9. https://doi.org/10.5284/1029278

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Document Details

TitleAn Archaeological Evaluation of a Romano-British Farmstead at Bayram Hill, North Yorkshire
AuthorsFraser, R., Robinson, P.
ProducerNorthern Archaeological Associates
Place of productionBarnard Castle
Other bibliographic detailsNAA 94/9

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Site details

Location
Site nameBayram Hill
ParishAllerton Mauleverer with Hopperton
DistrictHarrogate
CountyNORTH YORKSHIRE
CountryENGLAND
Grid reference SE 40800 56500 (point)
Monuments and Finds      
ENCLOSUREROMAN
FARMSTEADROMAN
SETTLEMENTROMAN
TRACKWAYROMAN
ANIMAL REMAINSROMAN
SHERDROMAN
 

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