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Anon (1995) Salford Quarry Excavations Part 1: Post Excavation Assessment of the potential for analysis. Bedford: Bedfordshire Council Archaeology Service (Excavation), Report 94/7.1. https://doi.org/10.5284/1021731

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Site details

Location
Site nameSalford Quarry
ParishHULCOTE AND SALFORD
DistrictCENTRAL BEDFORDSHIRE
CountyBEDFORDSHIRE
CountryENGLAND
Grid reference SP 92800 39200 (point)
Monuments and Finds      
CREMATION BURIALLATE IRON AGE
DROVEWAYLATE BRONZE AGE
PITEARLY MEDIEVAL
PITLATE NEOLITHIC
RING DITCHLATE BRONZE AGE
RING DITCHMIDDLE BRONZE AGE
ROUND HOUSE (DOMESTIC)IRON AGE
ROUND HOUSE (DOMESTIC)LATE BRONZE AGE
SETTLEMENTIRON AGE
STRUCTUREROMAN
TREE THROWLATE NEOLITHIC
WELLEARLY MEDIEVAL
ANIMAL BONEIRON AGE
SHERDIRON AGE
SHERDLATE NEOLITHIC
SHERDROMAN
 

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