n.a. (1999). Archaeology of the Channel Tunnel Rail Link. Archaeol Cantiana 119. Vol 119, pp. 189-220.

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Archaeology of the Channel Tunnel Rail Link
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Archaeol Cantiana 119
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Archæologia Cantiana
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119
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189 - 220
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Reports on the preliminary results of the completed fieldwork of the CTRL watching brief. Sites mentioned include: Sandway Road; White Horse Stone, Pilgrim's Way and west of Boarley Farm; Little Stock Farm; Cobham Golf Course; Northumberland Bottom; north of Saltwood Tunnel; south of Snarkhurst Wood; Thurnham Roman Villa; Pepper Hill Romano-British cemetery; Cuxton Anglo-Saxon cemetery; Mersham; and Parsonage Farm, Westwell. Other areas of excavation, which generally produced limited remains, are also summarised.
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Helen J Glass (Compiler)
Robert D B Bath (Abstract author)
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1999
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09 Nov 2001