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Benfield, S., Pooley, L. (2005) Excavations at Abbotstone Field, Bell House Pit, Tarmac Colchester Quarry, Warren Lane, Stanway, Colchester, Essex 1999-2001. Colchester: Colchester Archaeological Trust, CAT Report 312. https://doi.org/10.5284/1021848

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Site details

Location
Site nameAbbotstone Field, Warren Lane, Stanway
ParishGREAT AND LITTLE WIGBOROUGH
DistrictCOLCHESTER
CountyESSEX
CountryENGLAND
Grid reference TL 94300 22700 (point)
Monuments and Finds      
CREMATION BURIALROMAN
DROVEWAYLATE IRON AGE
ENCLOSURELATE IRON AGE
ENCLOSUREROMAN
METAL PROCESSING SITEROMAN
PITBRONZE AGE
PYREROMAN
ROUNDHOUSE (DOMESTIC)LATE IRON AGE
SETTLEMENTROMAN
TEXTILE INDUSTRY SITEROMAN
ANIMAL BONELATE IRON AGE
ANIMAL BONEROMAN
BROOCHROMAN
CERAMIC BUILDING MATERIALROMAN
COINROMAN
GLASSROMAN
HUMAN BONEROMAN
LITHIC IMPLEMENTNEOLITHIC
LOOMWEIGHTBRONZE AGE
QUERNROMAN
SHERDIRON AGE
SHERDLATE IRON AGE
SHERDNEOLITHIC
SHERDROMAN
SLAGROMAN
 

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