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Anon. (1997) East Of Newlands ARC NEW97. An Archaeological Evaluation. London: Museum of London Archaeology (Union Railways (South) Ltd ) https://doi.org/10.5284/1000436

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Document Details

TitleEast Of Newlands ARC NEW97. An Archaeological Evaluation
AuthorsAnon.
ProducerMuseum of London Archaeology
Place of productionLondon
Responsible bodyUnion Railways (South) Ltd

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Site details

Location
Site nameEast of Newlands
ParishCHARING
DistrictASHFORD
CountyKENT
CountryENGLAND
Grid reference TQ 940 478 (point)
Monuments and Finds      
DITCHROMAN
FIELD SYSTEMMEDIEVAL
FIELD SYSTEMROMAN
HEARTHMEDIEVAL
PITMEDIEVAL
PITUNCERTAIN
ROADROMAN
BUCKLEPOST MEDIEVAL
COOKING VESSELMEDIEVAL
FLAKEEARLY NEOLITHIC
FLAKEMESOLITHIC
LITHIC IMPLEMENTEARLY NEOLITHIC
LITHIC IMPLEMENTMESOLITHIC
SHERDLATE IRON AGE
SHERDMEDIEVAL
SHERDPOST MEDIEVAL
SHERDROMAN
SHERDUNCERTAIN
 

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Associated identifier CTRL03-84