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Gossip, J. (2003) Archaeological Excavation at Tremough CUC Campus, Penryn, Cornwall. Archive Report. Truro: Cornwall Council Historic Environment Service, 2003R034. https://doi.org/10.5284/1028736

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Document Details

TitleArchaeological Excavation at Tremough CUC Campus, Penryn, Cornwall. Archive Report
AuthorsGossip, J.
ProducerCornwall Council Historic Environment Service
Place of productionTruro
Other bibliographic details2003R034

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Site details

Location
Site nameTremough CUC Campus
ParishStithians
DistrictKerrier
CountyCORNWALL
CountryENGLAND
Grid reference SW 72620 34790 (point)
Monuments and Finds      
ENCLOSUREROMAN
FIELD SYSTEMMEDIEVAL
FIELD SYSTEMPOST MEDIEVAL
FIELD SYSTEMROMAN
PITLATE NEOLITHIC
ROUNDHOUSE (DOMESTIC)ROMAN
STRUCTURELATE NEOLITHIC
SHERDLATE NEOLITHIC
SHERDROMAN
 

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