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Bayfield, T., Hartgroves, S. (1994) A Report to County Highways. Archaeological Assessment of the Bodmin Bypass-Indian Queens (A30) Trunk Road Corridor. Truro: Cornwall Council Historic Environment Service https://doi.org/10.5284/1008053

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Document Details

TitleA Report to County Highways. Archaeological Assessment of the Bodmin Bypass-Indian Queens (A30) Trunk Road Corridor
AuthorsBayfield, T., Hartgroves, S.
ProducerCornwall Council Historic Environment Service
Place of productionTruro

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Site details

Location
Site nameA30 Bodmin Bypass to Indian Queen
ParishN/A
CountyCORNWALL
CountryENGLAND
Grid reference SW 950 613 (point) SX 003 625 (point)
Monuments and Finds      
BURIAL MOUNDBRONZE AGE
CHAPELEARLY MEDIEVAL
CHURCHEARLY MEDIEVAL
CROSSEARLY MEDIEVAL
ENCLOSUREPREHISTORIC
FARMSTEADPOST MEDIEVAL
FIELD SYSTEMMEDIEVAL
FIELD SYSTEMPOST MEDIEVAL
HOLY WELLEARLY MEDIEVAL
LITHIC SCATTERPREHISTORIC
STANDING STONENEOLITHIC
STONE AVENUENEOLITHIC
STREAMWORKSMEDIEVAL
STREAMWORKSPOST MEDIEVAL
STRIP FIELDMEDIEVAL
 

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