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Simmonds, C (2010) Archaeological trial trench evaluation on land at Overstone Leys, Overstone, Northamptonshire, Phase 2. Northamptonshire Archaeology: MOLA Northampton, 10/216. https://doi.org/10.5284/1038660

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Document Details

TitleArchaeological trial trench evaluation on land at Overstone Leys, Overstone, Northamptonshire, Phase 2
AuthorsSimmonds, C
ProducerMOLA Northampton
Place of productionNorthamptonshire Archaeology
Other bibliographic details10/216

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Site details

Location
Site nameOverstone Farm
ParishOVERSTONE
DistrictDAVENTRY
CountyNORTHAMPTONSHIRE
CountryEngland
Grid reference SP 796 660 (point)
Monuments and Finds      
BURIALSEarly Medieval
PITEarly Bronze Age
QUARRY PITSUncertain
RIDGE AND FURROWMedieval
RING DITCHESBronze Age
ANGLO-SAXON POTTERY, SHIELD BOSS, INHUMATIONS, METAL FINDS, BONE PINEarly Medieval
BEAKER POTTERYEarly Bronze Age
 

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DescriptionA4, blue spine, heat bonded, clear covers
Associated identifier molanort1-246411