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Dean, S.A and Keyte, J.W. (2000) A34 Chieveley /M4 junction 13 Improvement. Archaeological Field Walking Survey. Basingstoke: Gifford Graham and Partners, Report No. B2221E.R01. https://doi.org/10.5284/1008238

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Document Details

TitleA34 Chieveley /M4 junction 13 Improvement. Archaeological Field Walking Survey
AuthorsDean, S.A and Keyte, J.W.
ProducerGifford Graham and Partners
Place of productionBasingstoke
Other bibliographic detailsReport No. B2221E.R01

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Site details

Location
Site nameCHIEVELEY
ParishCHIEVELEY
DistrictWEST BERKSHIRE
CountyBERKSHIRE
CountryENGLAND
Grid reference SU 480 729 (line) SU 480 737 (line)
Monuments and Finds      
LITHIC SCATTERPREHISTORIC
BURNT FLINTPREHISTORIC
FLAKEPREHISTORIC
POTBRONZE AGE
POTIRON AGE
POTMEDIEVAL
POTROMAN
 

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