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S.Williams (2016) Programme of Archaeological Evaluation: 29b and Land South of 27 to 29a Whitmore St, Whittlesey. Midland Archaeological Services Lincolnshire: Midland Archaeological Services, MAS/437/16.

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TitleProgramme of Archaeological Evaluation: 29b and Land South of 27 to 29a Whitmore St, Whittlesey
ProducerMidland Archaeological Services
Place of productionMidland Archaeological Services Lincolnshire
Other bibliographic detailsMAS/437/16

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Site details

Site name29b and Land South of 27 to 29a Whitmore St, Whittlesey
Grid reference TL 2677 9719 (point)
Monuments and Finds      
SHERDEarly Medieval

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DescriptionA programme of archaeological trenched field evaluation prior to development. The works recorded a series of linear ditches, three of which were dated via pottery finds to the twelfth century whilst within one dated feature a sherd of residual mid Saxon pottery was recovered.
Associated identifier midlanda1-269867