Luke, M., Barker, B., Archer, J., Phillips, M., Anderson, L., Bell, A. and Osborn, V. (2008). Kempston-Biddenham, Bedford Western Bypass. South Midlands Archaeology (38). Vol 38, pp. 1-3.

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Kempston-Biddenham, Bedford Western Bypass
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South Midlands Archaeology (38)
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South Midlands Archaeology
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38
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98
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1 - 3
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Journal
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Reports on investigations undertaken at various locations along a new road corridor, including several within the Biddenham Loop, an area that saw intense activity from the Neolithic through to the Romano-British period. Late Bronze Age and Romano-British features were also recorded at the A421, Kempston, whilst evidence for Saxo-Norman settlement and a system of parallel Romano-British bedding trenches interpreted as relating to vine cultivation were identified on land west of Kempston. LD
Author
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Author:
Mike Luke
Ben Barker
Joanne Archer
Mark Phillips
Lennard Anderson
A Bell
Victoria Osborn
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Year of Publication:
2008
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Late Bronze Age (MIDAS)
Neolithic (MIDAS)
Settlement (Auto Detected Subject)
Roman (MIDAS)
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28 Oct 2015