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Bray, S. and Malim, T. (1998) A Romano-British Temple and Anglo-Saxon Cemetery at Gallows Hill, Swaffham Prior. Cambridge: Cambridgeshire County Council Archaeological Field Unit, Report No. 0100. https://doi.org/10.5284/1021762

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Document Details

TitleA Romano-British Temple and Anglo-Saxon Cemetery at Gallows Hill, Swaffham Prior
AuthorsBray, S. and Malim, T.
ProducerCambridgeshire County Council Archaeological Field Unit
Place of productionCambridge
Other bibliographic detailsReport No. 0100

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Site details

Location
Site nameGallows Hill
ParishSWAFFHAM PRIOR
DistrictEAST CAMBRIDGESHIRE
CountyCAMBRIDGESHIRE
CountryENGLAND
Grid reference TL 57800 64500 (point)
Monuments and Finds      
BUILDINGROMAN
INHUMATION BURIALEARLY MEDIEVAL
INHUMATION BURIALROMAN
INHUMATION CEMETERYEARLY MEDIEVAL
RITUAL PITEARLY MEDIEVAL
SHRINEROMAN
SQUARE ENCLOSUREROMAN
TEMPLEROMAN
ANIMAL BONEROMAN
BEADEARLY MEDIEVAL
CUPEARLY MEDIEVAL
FINGER RINGEARLY MEDIEVAL
HUMAN BONEROMAN
KNIFEEARLY MEDIEVAL
MINATURE OBJECTROMAN
POTEARLY MEDIEVAL
SHERDROMAN
SICKLEEARLY MEDIEVAL
SPEARHEADEARLY MEDIEVAL
 

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