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Kendall, I. (2007) Assessment Report of Archaeological Evaluation at 29-65 Garden Street, Sheffield, South Yorkshire. Sheffield: Wardell Armstrong Archaeology, CS00066/14, 934C.1. https://doi.org/10.5284/1030077

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Document Details

TitleAssessment Report of Archaeological Evaluation at 29-65 Garden Street, Sheffield, South Yorkshire
AuthorsKendall, I.
ProducerWardell Armstrong Archaeology
Place of productionSheffield
Other bibliographic detailsCS00066/14, 934C.1

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Site details

Location
Site nameLand at 29-65 Garden Street, Sheffield, South Yorkshire
ParishSHEFFIELD
DistrictSHEFFIELD
CountySOUTH YORKSHIRE
CountryEngland
Grid reference SK 3480 8750 (point)
Monuments and Finds      
GARDEN STREETMedieval
PEACE BROTHERS STEEL WORKSPost Medieval
SUNDAY SCHOOLPost Medieval
AXE AND CINERARY URNBronze Age
 

Other details

DescriptionA4 ring or spiral bound grey literature report
Associated identifier wardella2-195954