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Anon (1996) High Cayton Deserted Medieval Village, North Yorkshire. Earthwork Survey.. Harrogate: Kevin Cale Archaeological Consultant

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Document Details

TitleHigh Cayton Deserted Medieval Village, North Yorkshire. Earthwork Survey.
ProducerKevin Cale Archaeological Consultant
Place of productionHarrogate

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Site details

Site nameHigh Cayton Deserted Medieval Village
ParishSouth Stainley with Cayton
DistrictHarrogate District
CountyNorth Yorkshire
Grid reference SE 28670 63000 (point)
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