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Simpson, S.J., Turton, S.D. and Weddell, P.J. (1989) A preliminary archaeological assessment of the preferred route of the A30/A303 (Honiton-Marsh) and A35 Honiton Eastern Bypass. Exeter: Exeter Museums Archaeological Field Unit

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Site nameA30 A303 Marsh to Honiton A35 Eastern Bypass
Grid reference ST 175 016 (line) ST 221 081 (line) ST 240 105 (line) ST 254 101 (line) ST 263 113 (line)
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