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Arnold. A, Howard. R (2008) TREE-RING ANALYSIS OF TIMBERS FROM SHUTES FARMHOUSE, SYMONDSBURY, DORSET. Nottingham: Nottingham Tree-ring Dating Laboratory https://doi.org/10.5284/1041435

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Document Details

TitleTREE-RING ANALYSIS OF TIMBERS FROM SHUTES FARMHOUSE, SYMONDSBURY, DORSET
AuthorsArnold. A, Howard. R
ProducerNottingham Tree-ring Dating Laboratory
Place of productionNottingham

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Location
Site nameSHUTES FARMHOUSE, SYMONDSBURY, DORSET
ParishSYMONDSBURY
DistrictWEST DORSET
CountyDORSET
CountryEngland
Grid reference SY 44408 93656 (point)
Monuments and Finds      
FARMHOUSEPost Medieval
HOUSEMedieval
TREE-RING CORE SAMPLES (PHASE 1)Medieval
TREE-RING CORE SAMPLES (PHASE 2)Post Medieval
 

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DescriptionA4 bound report of 15 pages
Associated identifier nottingh3-176606