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Mortimer, R. and Evans, C. (1996) Archaeological Excavations at Hinxton Quarry, Cambridgeshire 1995 - The North Field I. Cambridge: Cambridge Archaeological Unit, Report No.168. https://doi.org/10.5284/1021770

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Location
Site nameHinxton Quarry
ParishHINXTON
DistrictSOUTH CAMBRIDGESHIRE
CountyCAMBRIDGESHIRE
CountryENGLAND
Grid reference TL 48700 46600 (point)
Monuments and Finds      
DROVE WAYROMAN
ENCLOSUREROMAN
FIELD SYSTEMROMAN
INHUMATION BURIALROMAN
PADDOCKROMAN
PITEARLY BRONZE AGE
PITEARLY MEDIEVAL
PITEARLY NEOLITHIC
PITLATE NEOLITHIC
SUNKEN FEATURED BUILDINGEARLY MEDIEVAL
AXEEARLY NEOLITHIC
FLAKEEARLY BRONZE AGE
FLAKELATE NEOLITHIC
LITHIC IMPLEMENTEARLY NEOLITHIC
SHERDEARLY MEDIEVAL
SHERDEARLY NEOLITHIC
SHERDROMAN
 

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