Waddington, C. (2006). A Neolithic – Early Bronze Age settlement at 3 Whitton Park, Milfield, Northumberland. Archaeologia Aeliana Series 5. Vol 35, pp. 11-25. https://doi.org/10.5284/1061154. Cite this via datacite

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A Neolithic – Early Bronze Age settlement at 3 Whitton Park, Milfield, Northumberland
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Archaeologia Aeliana Series 5
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Archaeologia Aeliana
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35
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11 - 25
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Report on a site excavated and recorded in 2004 in advance of construction, at the edge of Milfield village. The excavations revealed features which suggested the presence of a fairly substantial structure. Pottery finds indicated a Late Neolithic to Early Bronze Age date for the site and a radiocarbon determination returned a date of c. 2100 cal BC. Organic material showed that wheat was being grown in the vicinity of the site amongst a mixed woodland cover with identified species including oak, hazel, birch and alder. Other plants included grasses, clover and nettle, the latter being an indicator of disturbed ground, possibly for agriculture or grazing. A single flint flake and a chert flake were found together with some struck agate, including one bladelet and a core which suggested a Mesolithic presence on the site prior to the Neolithic/Early Bronze Age occupation. Includes
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Clive Waddington
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2006
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30 May 2019