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Anon (1995) Bedford Southern Bypass Post Excavation Assessment Report. Volume 2: The Evidence.. Bedford: Bedfordshire Council Archaeology Service (Excavation), Report No. 95/14. https://doi.org/10.5284/1024117

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Document Details

TitleBedford Southern Bypass Post Excavation Assessment Report. Volume 2: The Evidence.
AuthorsAnon
ProducerBedfordshire Council Archaeology Service (Excavation)
Place of productionBedford
Other bibliographic detailsReport No. 95/14

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Site details

Location
Site nameA421 BEDFORD SOUTHERN BYPASS
ParishELSTOW
DistrictBEDFORD
CountyBEDFORDSHIRE
CountryENGLAND
Grid reference TL 05839 47321 (point)
Monuments and Finds      
BARROW CEMETERYLATE NEOLITHIC
CREMATIONIRON AGE
CREMATIONROMAN
CROUCHED INHUMATIONNEOLITHIC
CULTIVATION MARKSMEDIEVAL
ENCLOSUREIRON AGE
ENCLOSURENEOLITHIC
ENCLOSUREROMAN
FARMSTEADROMAN
GRUBENHAUSEARLY MEDIEVAL
INHUMATIONROMAN
POTTERY KILNROMAN
RING DITCHIRON AGE
RING DITCHLATE NEOLITHIC
RING DITCHNEOLITHIC
SETTLEMENTEARLY MEDIEVAL
SETTLEMENTIRON AGE
SETTLEMENTMEDIEVAL
SETTLEMENTROMAN
ANIMAL REMAINSEARLY MEDIEVAL
ANIMAL REMAINSIRON AGE
ANIMAL REMAINSROMAN
COINROMAN
HUMAN REMAINSIRON AGE
HUMAN REMAINSNEOLITHIC
HUMAN REMAINSROMAN
LITHIC IMPLEMENTEARLY NEOLITHIC
LITHIC IMPLEMENTLATE NEOLITHIC
LITHIC IMPLEMENTMESOLITHIC
MICROLITHMESOLITHIC
PLANT REMAINSIRON AGE
PLANT REMAINSMEDIEVAL
PLANT REMAINSNEOLITHIC
PLANT REMAINSROMAN
SHERDBRONZE AGE
SHERDEARLY MEDIEVAL
SHERDIRON AGE
SHERDMEDIEVAL
SHERDNEOLITHIC
SHERDROMAN
SHOEROMAN
 

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