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Wilkinson, P. (2006) The archaeological investigation of a hexagonal feature at Star Hill, Bridge, near Canterbury, Kent, 2003-6. Faversham: Kent Archaeological Field School https://doi.org/10.5284/1030491

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Document Details

TitleThe archaeological investigation of a hexagonal feature at Star Hill, Bridge, near Canterbury, Kent, 2003-6
AuthorsWilkinson, P.
ProducerKent Archaeological Field School
Place of productionFaversham

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Site details

Location
Site nameStar Hill
ParishBRIDGE
DistrictCANTERBURY
CountyKENT
CountryENGLAND
Grid reference TR 18800 53600 (point)
Monuments and Finds      
CREMATIONEARLY MEDIEVAL
CREMATIONLATE IRON AGE
ENCLOSUREROMAN
FEATUREBRONZE AGE
INHUMATIONEARLY MEDIEVAL
ROUNDHOUSE (DOMESTIC)LATE IRON AGE
SETTLEMENTLATE IRON AGE
BEADEARLY MEDIEVAL
BUCKLEEARLY MEDIEVAL
COINEARLY MEDIEVAL
KNIFEEARLY MEDIEVAL
PALM CUPEARLY MEDIEVAL
PENDANTEARLY MEDIEVAL
SPEARHEADEARLY MEDIEVAL
VESSELEARLY MEDIEVAL
 

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