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Boucher, A, Craddock-Bennett, L, Rees, C (2006) Doncaster Bloodstocks Sales Site - Archaeological Evaluation and Geophysical Survey. Hereford: Archaeological Investigations Ltd, HAS 732. https://doi.org/10.5284/1003235

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Document Details

TitleDoncaster Bloodstocks Sales Site - Archaeological Evaluation and Geophysical Survey
AuthorsBoucher, A, Craddock-Bennett, L, Rees, C
ProducerArchaeological Investigations Ltd
Place of productionHereford
Other bibliographic detailsHAS 732

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Site details

Location
Site nameDoncaster Racecourse
ParishDONCASTER
DistrictDONCASTER
CountySOUTH YORKSHIRE
CountryENGLAND
Grid reference SE 6010 0343 (point)
Monuments and Finds      
NONENONE
NONENONE
 

Other details

Description29 pages. A4. Containing text, illustrations, historical maps and results of both geophysical survey and evaluation.
Associated identifier archaeol8-18967