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Johnson, C. (1999) An archaeological post-excavation assessment of Damhead Creek, Kingsnorth Powerstation and associated works, Hoo St Werburgh, Kent. : Archaeology South East, Project No. 1001. https://doi.org/10.5284/1027376

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Document Details

TitleAn archaeological post-excavation assessment of Damhead Creek, Kingsnorth Powerstation and associated works, Hoo St Werburgh, Kent
AuthorsJohnson, C.
ProducerArchaeology South East
Place of production
Other bibliographic detailsProject No. 1001

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Site details

Location
Site nameDamhead Creek, Hoo St Werburgh
ParishHOO ST. WERBURGH
DistrictMEDWAY
CountyKENT
CountryENGLAND
Grid reference TQ 81140 72802 (point)
Monuments and Finds      
CREMATION BURIALBRONZE AGE
DROVEWAYBRONZE AGE
FIELD SYSTEMLATE PREHISTORIC
POTTERY MANUFACTURING SITEROMAN
SETTLEMENTLATE PREHISTORIC
AMPHORAROMAN
CERAMIC BUILDING MATERIALROMAN
FLAGONROMAN
KILN FURNITUREROMAN
SHERDROMAN
VESSELROMAN
 

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