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Anon (1991) A36 Salisbury Bypass. Archaeological Survey. Salisbury: Wessex Archaeology https://doi.org/10.5284/1008534

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Document Details

TitleA36 Salisbury Bypass. Archaeological Survey
AuthorsAnon
ProducerWessex Archaeology
Place of productionSalisbury

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Site details

Location
Site nameA36 SALISBURY BYPASS
ParishN/A
CountyWILTSHIRE
CountryENGLAND
Grid reference SU 094 367 (point) SU 096 366 (point) SU 074 368 (point) SU 076 368 (point) SU 077 366 (point) SU 077 367 (point) SU 112 332 (point) SU 112 333 (point) SU 113 332 (point) SU 113 333 (point) SU 114 332 (point) SU 100 360 (point) SU 099 360 (point) SU 098 360 (point) SU 095 368 (point)
Monuments and Finds      
ARROWHEADLATE NEOLITHIC
AXENEOLITHIC
BURNT FLINTPREHISTORIC
COREMESOLITHIC
CORENEOLITHIC
GUNFLINTPOST MEDIEVAL
LITHIC IMPLEMENTBRONZE AGE
LITHIC IMPLEMENTMESOLITHIC
LITHIC IMPLEMENTNEOLITHIC
POTIRON AGE
POTMEDIEVAL
POTROMAN
SCRAPER (TOOL)NEOLITHIC
 

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