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Ennis, T. (2000) Plashes Farm, Standon, Hertfordshire. Archaeological Evaluation. Braintree: Essex County Council Field Archaeology Unit https://doi.org/10.5284/1021910

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Document Details

TitlePlashes Farm, Standon, Hertfordshire. Archaeological Evaluation
AuthorsEnnis, T.
ProducerEssex County Council Field Archaeology Unit
Place of productionBraintree

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Site details

Location
Site namePlashes Farm
ParishSTANDON
DistrictNORTH HERTFORDSHIRE
CountyHERTFORDSHIRE
CountryENGLAND
Grid reference TL 38000 20300 (point)
Monuments and Finds      
BOUNDARY DITCHEARLY BRONZE AGE
BOUNDARY DITCHLATE IRON AGE
BOUNDARY DITCHLATE NEOLITHIC
BOUNDARY DITCHPOST MEDIEVAL
BUILDINGPOST MEDIEVAL
DITCHLATE IRON AGE
DITCHMEDIEVAL
DITCHROMAN
HOLLOW WAYMEDIEVAL
KILNROMAN
PITEARLY BRONZE AGE
PITLATE NEOLITHIC
PITROMAN
POST HOLEPOST MEDIEVAL
SETTLEMENTLATE IRON AGE
POTMEDIEVAL
POTROMAN
SHERCEARLY BRONZE AGE
SHERDLATE IRON AGE
SHERDLATE NEOLITHIC
SHERDMEDIEVAL
SHERDPOST MEDIEVAL
TILEMEDIEVAL
 

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