Whitley Castle Geophysics Survey

Archaeological Services Durham University, 2012

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Archaeological Services Durham University (2012) Whitley Castle Geophysics Survey [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1012483

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Project typeResearch project
Techniques Geophysical Survey
Project dates05 Jan 2009 - 04 Sep 2009
Contractor Archaeological Services University of Durham
Location Site: Whitley Castle
District: TYNEDALE
Country: England
Grid references NY69494868
Monument/period FORT / Roman
Monument/period VICUS / Roman
Monument/period ROADS / Roman
Artefact/period NONE / None
Associated id Sitecode AWC09
Associated id Contracting Unit No. REPORT 2149
Associated id NMR No. 1515377
Funder English Heritage
Site status Scheduled Monument (SM)
Site status Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB)
Land use Grassland Heathland 4 - Regularly improved
Land use Grassland Heathland 1 - Heathland

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