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Derrick, M. (1998) An Archaeological Excavation at Gimbro Farm, Castle Donington, Leicestershire.. Leicester: University of Leicester Archaeological Services (ULAS), Report No. 98/158. https://doi.org/10.5284/1023700

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Site details

Location
Site nameGIMBRO FARM, CASTLE DONINGTON
ParishCASTLE DONINGTON
DistrictNORTH WEST LEICESTERSHIRE
CountyLEICESTERSHIRE
CountryENGLAND
Grid reference SK 44000 25600 (point)
Monuments and Finds      
DITCHEARLY BRONZE AGE
DITCHIRON AGE
DITCHLATE NEOLITHIC
ENCLOSUREIRON AGE
FIELD SYSTEMIRON AGE
GULLYEARLY BRONZE AGE
GULLYIRON AGE
GULLYLATE NEOLITHIC
POST HOLEUNDATED
STRUCTUREIRON AGE
ANIMAL REMAINSIRON AGE
FLAKEIRON AGE
LITHIC IMPLEMENTIRON AGE
PLANT REMAINSIRON AGE
ROTARY QUERNIRON AGE
SHERDEARLY BRONZE AGE
SHERDIRON AGE
SHERDLATE NEOLITHIC
SHERDROMAN
 

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