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Anon (1993) A27 Lewes to Polegate Improvement. Supplementary Archaeological Survey.. London: RPS, RPS Watson Report 19. https://doi.org/10.5284/1008039

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Document Details

TitleA27 Lewes to Polegate Improvement. Supplementary Archaeological Survey.
AuthorsAnon
ProducerRPS
Place of productionLondon
Other bibliographic detailsRPS Watson Report 19

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Site details

Location
Site nameA27 Lewes to Polegate
ParishN/A
CountyEAST SUSSEX
CountryENGLAND
Grid reference TQ 500 000 (point)
Monuments and Finds      
BUILDINGMODERN
CROSSMEDIEVAL
ENCLOSUREPREHISTORIC
ENCLOSUREROMAN
FARMROMAN
LITHIC SCATTERMESOLITHIC
LITHIC SCATTERPREHISTORIC
MOUNDPREHISTORIC
ROADROMAN
SETTLEMENTIRON AGE
SHRUNKEN SETTLEMENTMEDIEVAL
TRACKWAYMEDIEVAL
WATER MEADOWMEDIEVAL
HOARDLATE BRONZE AGE
LITHIC IMPLEMENTPREHISTORIC
 

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