Chapman, H. H P. and Van de Noort, R. (2002). Sutton Common, near Askern. Archaeol S Yorkshire. pp. 25-29.

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Sutton Common, near Askern
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Issue:
Archaeol S Yorkshire
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Archaeology in South Yorkshire
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Page Start/End:
25 - 29
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Journal
Abstract
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Abstract:
Reports the investigation of a pair of lowland enclosures, dating to the Iron Age, which occupy opposing sides of a palaeo-channel within a woodland. The sites have produced exceptionally well preserved organic material, however the quality of preservation is currently deteriorating due to agricultural drainage in the area.
Author
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Author:
Henry H P Chapman ORCID icon
Robert Van de Noort
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Robert D B Bath (Abstract author)
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Year of Publication:
2002
ISBN
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ISBN:
0 952465 4 0
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Subjects / Periods:
Enclosures (BIAB)
Iron Age (BIAB)
Palaeochannel (Auto Detected Subject))
Enclosures (Auto Detected Subject))
Iron Age (MIDAS)
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BIAB (The British & Irish Archaeological Bibliography (BIAB))
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24 Apr 2003