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Pearson, N (1996) Yorkshire Water Pipeline Moor Monkton to Elvington Archaeological Assessment report. York: York Archaeological Trust https://doi.org/10.5284/1036635

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Document Details

TitleYorkshire Water Pipeline Moor Monkton to Elvington Archaeological Assessment report
AuthorsPearson, N
ProducerYork Archaeological Trust
Place of productionYork

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Site details

Location
Site nameBenningbrough to Skelton
ParishMoor Monkton
DistrictHarrogate
CountyNorth Yorkshire
CountryEngland
Grid reference SE 52862 57307 (point) SE 52920 57350 (point) SE 54294 57794 (point) SE 54294 57856 (point) SE 54500 57500 (point) SE 55200 57600 (point) SE 56120 57330 (point)
Monuments and Finds      
BOUNDARY DITCHUNDATED
CIRCULAR ENCLOSUREIRON AGE
HEARTHUNDATED
PARKMEDIEVAL
PITUNDATED
STREAMUNDATED
WOOD BANKUNDATED
 

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