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Whyman, M (1991) Archaeological Survey of the Proposed Route of the A19 Easingwold Bypass. York: York Archaeological Trust https://doi.org/10.5284/1037108

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Site details

Location
Site nameA19 Easingwold Bypass
ParishEasingwold
DistrictHambleton
CountyNorth Yorkshire
CountryEngland
Grid reference SE 51146 69913 (point)
Monuments and Finds      
CURVILINEAR ENCLOSUREIRON AGE
DITCHMEDIEVAL
DITCHPOST MEDIEVAL
DITCHROMAN
DITCHED ENCLOSUREIRON AGE
DROVE ROADIRON AGE
FIELD SYSTEMMEDIEVAL
FIELD SYSTEMPOST MEDIEVAL
FIELD SYSTEMROMAN
IRON FURNACEIRON AGE
IRON WORKING SITEIRON AGE
PALISADED ENCLOSUREIRON AGE
RECTILINEAR ENCLOSUREIRON AGE
ROUND HOUSE (DOMESTIC)IRON AGE
 

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