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Anon (1992) Archaeological Evaluation at Maskells Quarry Harlington Bedfordshire. Bedford: Bedfordshire Council Archaeology Service (Excavation) https://doi.org/10.5284/1021726

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Document Details

TitleArchaeological Evaluation at Maskells Quarry Harlington Bedfordshire
AuthorsAnon
ProducerBedfordshire Council Archaeology Service (Excavation)
Place of productionBedford

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Site details

Location
Site nameMaskells Quarry, Harlington
ParishHARLINGTON
DistrictCENTRAL BEDFORDSHIRE
CountyBEDFORDSHIRE
CountryENGLAND
Grid reference TL 03122 29990 (point)
Monuments and Finds      
CREMATION BURIALROMAN
DITCHROMAN
PITEARLY MEDIEVAL
PITROMAN
BROOCHROMAN
CINERARY URNROMAN
COINROMAN
KNIFEEARLY MEDIEVAL
POTEARLY MEDIEVAL
SHERDROMAN
WHETSTONEEARLY MEDIEVAL
 

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