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Gardiner, M. (1994) An Assessment of the Archaeological Impact of the Proposed A259 Guestling Thorn and Icklesham Bypass (Winchelsea Bypass). Hassocks: Archaeology South East https://doi.org/10.5284/1008511

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Document Details

TitleAn Assessment of the Archaeological Impact of the Proposed A259 Guestling Thorn and Icklesham Bypass (Winchelsea Bypass)
AuthorsGardiner, M.
ProducerArchaeology South East
Place of productionHassocks

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Location
Site nameA259
ParishN/A
CountyEAST SUSSEX
CountryENGLAND
Grid reference TQ 8346 1577 (line) TQ 9055 1895 (line)
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