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Clark P., Hughes V., Blythe K., Howard-Davies, C. (2004) Darrington to Disforth A1 (M) DBFO Project: Ferrybridge-Hook Moor and Wetherby-Walshford. Post Excavation Assessment and Updates Project Design. Vol 1: Post Excavations Assessment Report. Lancaster: Oxford Archaeology North https://doi.org/10.5284/1024137

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Site details

Location
Site nameA1 (M) DARRINGTON TO DISHFORTH
ParishGREAT RIBSTON WITH WALSHFORD
DistrictHARROGATE
CountyYORKSHIRE
CountryENGLAND
Grid reference SE 48750 21870 (line) SE 44000 34000 (line) SE 41110 49140 (line) SE 41740 53450 (line)
Monuments and Finds      
ANIMAL BURIALIRON AGE
BURIALIRON AGE
CREMATIONEARLY BRONZE AGE
CREMATIONMIDDLE BRONZE AGE
CREMATIONROMAN
CROUCHED INHUMATIONEARLY BRONZE AGE
CROUCHED INHUMATIONIRON AGE
CROUCHED INHUMATIONROMAN
CULTIVATION MARKSMEDIEVAL
DITCHIRON AGE
DITCHMEDIEVAL
DITCHPREHISTORIC
DITCHROMAN
ENCLOSUREEARLY BRONZE AGE
ENCLOSUREIRON AGE
ENCLOSUREROMAN
GULLYIRON AGE
GULLYMEDIEVAL
GULLYROMAN
INHUMATIONEARLY BRONZE AGE
INHUMATIONROMAN
LIME KILNMEDIEVAL
PITBRONZE AGE
PITIRON AGE
PITMEDIEVAL
PITPREHISTORIC
PONDMEDIEVAL
POST HOLEIRON AGE
POST HOLEMEDIEVAL
POST HOLEMIDDLE BRONZE AGE
POST HOLEROMAN
RING DITCHEARLY BRONZE AGE
RING DITCHIRON AGE
RITUAL PITIRON AGE
ROUND HOUSEIRON AGE
SETTLEMENTIRON AGE
SETTLEMENTROMAN
STRUCTUREMEDIEVAL
STRUCTUREMIDDLE BRONZE AGE
ANIMAL REMAINSBRONZE AGE
ANIMAL REMAINSIRON AGE
ANIMAL REMAINSMEDIEVAL
ANIMAL REMAINSROMAN
ARM GUARDEARLY BRONZE AGE
BRACELETIRON AGE
BROOCHROMAN
COINROMAN
HUMAN REMAINSEARLY BRONZE AGE
HUMAN REMAINSIRON AGE
HUMAN REMAINSMIDDLE BRONZE AGE
HUMAN REMAINSROMAN
LITHIC IMPLEMENTEARLY BRONZE AGE
PLANT REMAINSIRON AGE
PLANT REMAINSMEDIEVAL
PLANT REMAINSPREHISTORIC
PLANT REMAINSROMAN
POTEARLY BRONZE AGE
POTMIDDLE BRONZE AGE
QUERNIRON AGE
QUERNROMAN
RINGEARLY BRONZE AGE
SHERDEARLY BRONZE AGE
SHERDIRON AGE
SHERDMEDIEVAL
SHERDMIDDLE BRONZE AGE
SHERDROMAN
TOOLS AND EQUIPMENTEARLY BRONZE AGE
URNEARLY BRONZE AGE
WEAPONEARLY BRONZE AGE
WEAPONROMAN
 

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