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Chris Greatorex (2008) An Archaeological Watching Brief undertaken at All Saints Church.. Polegate: C. G. Archaeology https://doi.org/10.5284/1031420

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TitleAn Archaeological Watching Brief undertaken at All Saints Church.
AuthorsChris Greatorex
ProducerC. G. Archaeology
Place of productionPolegate

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Site details

Location
Site nameAll Saints Church
ParishHERSTMONCEUX
DistrictWEALDEN
CountyEAST SUSSEX
CountryEngland
Grid reference TQ 64275 10175 (point)
Monuments and Finds      
GRAVEYARDMedieval
CERAMIC BUILDING MATERIALPost Medieval
CLAY TOBACCOW PIPEPost Medieval
 

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DescriptionWatching brief undertaken within the graveyard of All Saints Church in advance of new drainage,
Associated identifier cgarchae1-112104