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Leach, P. (1987) Clares Carlton, Wells: An Archaeological Evaluation, November 1987. Birmingham: Birmingham University Field Archaeology Unit, Report No. 0027. https://doi.org/10.5284/1032031

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Site details

Location
Site nameClares Carlton, Wells
ParishWells
DistrictMendip
CountySomerset
CountryEngland
Grid reference ST 550 455 (point)
Monuments and Finds      
GARDENPOST MEDIEVAL
ORACHARDPOST MEDIEVAL
TOWNMEDIEVAL
WATER CHANNELMEDIEVAL
WATER MEADOWMEDIEVAL
DRESS COMPONENTROMAN
SHERDMEDIEVAL
SHERDROMAN
 

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