Mullin, D., Strid, L. and Biddulph, E. (2011). A cattle burial from Hassocks, West Sussex. Post-Medieval Archaeology 45 (2). Vol 45(2), pp. 366-367. https://doi.org/10.1179/174581311X13135030529557.

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A cattle burial from Hassocks, West Sussex
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Post-Medieval Archaeology 45 (2)
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Post-Medieval Archaeology
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45 (2)
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233
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366 - 367
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Briefly describes the burial, radiocarbon dated to the post-medieval period, suggesting that the unusual form of the burial may have been due to the animal's being believed to have been bewitched. PP-B
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David Mullin ORCID icon
Lena Strid
Edward Biddulph
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2011
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Burial Radiocarbon (Auto Detected Subject))
Burial (Auto Detected Subject))
Medieval (MIDAS)
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DOI: https://doi.org/10.1179/174581311X13135030529557
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02 Oct 2012