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Anon (1995) Evaluation Report RAF Lakenheath Hospital Zone Maintenance Facility. Bury St Edmund's: Suffolk County Council Archaeological Service, SCCAS Report No. 1995/72. https://doi.org/10.5284/1021997

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Document Details

TitleEvaluation Report RAF Lakenheath Hospital Zone Maintenance Facility
AuthorsAnon
ProducerSuffolk County Council Archaeological Service
Place of productionBury St Edmund's
Other bibliographic detailsSCCAS Report No. 1995/72

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Site details

Location
Site nameRAF Lakenheath Hospital Zone Maintenance Facility
ParishERISWELL
DistrictFOREST HEATH
CountySUFFOLK
CountryENGLAND
Grid reference TL 72820 80700 (point)
Monuments and Finds      
OCCUPATION LAYEREARLY MEDIEVAL
OCCUPATION LAYERROMAN
SETTLEMENTROMAN
COINROMAN
SHERDEARLY MEDIEVAL
SHERDROMAN
 

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