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Cuttler, R. and Duncan, M. (2003) Land west of Longstanton, Residential Development, Phase 2, and Bypass Route (southern extent): Archaeological Evaluation, 2003. Birmingham: Birmingham Archaeology, Report No. 1099. https://doi.org/10.5284/1032744

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TitleLand west of Longstanton, Residential Development, Phase 2, and Bypass Route (southern extent): Archaeological Evaluation, 2003
AuthorsCuttler, R. and Duncan, M.
ProducerBirmingham Archaeology
Place of productionBirmingham
Other bibliographic detailsReport No. 1099

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Site details

Location
Site nameLand west of Longstanton
ParishLongstanton
DistrictSouth Cambridgeshire
CountyCambridgeshire
CountryEngland
Grid reference TL 3931 6705 (point)
Monuments and Finds      
DITCHEARLY MEDIEVAL
DITCHMEDIEVAL
ENCLOSUREMEDIEVAL
FIELD BOUNDARYMEDIEVAL
PITEARLY MEDIEVAL
PITMEDIEVAL
POST HOLEMEDIEVAL
RIDGE AND FURROWMEDIEVAL
SETTLEMENTEARLY MEDIEVAL
SETTLEMENTMEDIEVAL
ANIMAL REMAINSEARLY MEDIEVAL
ANIMAL REMAINSMEDIEVAL
FLAKEPREHISTORIC
PLANT REMAINSEARLY MEDIEVAL
PLANT REMAINSMEDIEVAL
SHERDEARLY MEDIEVAL
SHERDMEDIEVAL
 

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