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Anon. (1997) Cuxton Anglo-Saxon Burial ARC CXT 97, An Archaeological Evaluation. London: Museum of London Archaeology (Union Railways (South) Ltd ) https://doi.org/10.5284/1000521

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Document Details

TitleCuxton Anglo-Saxon Burial ARC CXT 97, An Archaeological Evaluation
AuthorsAnon.
ProducerMuseum of London Archaeology
Place of productionLondon
Responsible bodyUnion Railways (South) Ltd

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Site details

Location
Site nameCuxton
ParishCUXTON
DistrictROCHESTER
CountyKENT
CountryENGLAND
Grid reference TQ 720 673 (point)
Monuments and Finds      
ANIMAL REMAINSIRON AGE
DITCHPOST MEDIEVAL
EXTRACTIVE PITPOST MEDIEVAL
FIELD BOUNDARYPOST MEDIEVAL
GULLYIRON AGE
INHUMATIONEARLY MEDIEVAL
PITIRON AGE
PITMODERN
POST HOLEIRON AGE
RING DITCHEARLY MEDIEVAL
RING DITCHUNCERTAIN
ROADPOST MEDIEVAL
RUBBISH PITIRON AGE
FIXTURES AND FITTINGSEARLY MEDIEVAL
SHERDIRON AGE
 

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