Remembered Places, Forgotten Pasts The Don Drainage Basin in Prehistory

Tim Cockrell, 2017

Data copyright © Dr Tim Cockrell, Portable Antiquities Scheme, Mansfield Museum, Bassetlaw Museum, South Yorkshire Archaeology Service, Derbyshire Historic Environment Record, Museums Sheffield, Doncaster Museum and Art Gallery, Clifton Park and Museum, Creswell Crags Museum and Visitor Centre, North Lincolnshire Museum, Nottinghamshire County Council unless otherwise stated

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Overview

Remembered Places, Forgotten Pasts The Don Drainage Basin in Prehistory

Disparate sources were accessed to compile the collection, collected under very different conditions, with widely differing recording methodologies. Various sources of data are available to cover the study area, ranging from national datasets such as the Portable Antiquities Scheme database, regional databases such as those in Historic Environment Records, publications, and unpublished reports. The archives of museums, many of which are not documented outside of museum databases and some of which are not accessioned, formed the greater part of the project database. The results of fieldwork by myself, and the ad hoc collections of members of the public that are entirely undocumented elsewhere also contributed to the database.

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