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Mossop, M (2010) Perranporth Airfield Perranzabuloe, Cornwall Archaeological Assessment . Halvasso, Cornwall: Archaeological Consultancy Limited, N/A. https://doi.org/10.5284/1007055

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Document Details

TitlePerranporth Airfield Perranzabuloe, Cornwall Archaeological Assessment
AuthorsMossop, M
ProducerArchaeological Consultancy Limited
Place of productionHalvasso, Cornwall
Other bibliographic detailsN/A

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Site details

Location
Site namePerranporth Airfield
ParishPERRANZABULOE
DistrictCARRICK
CountyCORNWALL
CountryENGLAND
Grid reference SW 74090 53220 (point)
Monuments and Finds      
COPPER MINEPOST MEDIEVAL
MILITARY AIRFIELD SITEMODERN
TIN MINEPOST MEDIEVAL
N/ANONE
 

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DescriptionA4 comb-bound report
Associated identifier archaeol14-83850