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Anglo-Saxon Inhumation, 35 Nettleton Road, Caistor



Reference Name MLI50587

Name:
Anglo-Saxon Inhumation, 35 Nettleton Road, Caistor

Summary:
An Anglo-Saxon inhumation, found at 35 Nettleton Road, Caistor.

Location:
CAISTOR, WEST LINDSEY, LINCOLNSHIRE

Description:
An Anglo-Saxon inhumation burial was recorded and excavated in September 1972, in the garden of 35 Nettleton Road (on the boundary with the adjoining house). The remains were of a 23-28 years old individual, who had been buried in a crouched position. Grave goods found with the skeleton included 2 bronze annular brooches, an iron knife, and iron ring, 2 glass beads, 3 pottery beads and 1 amber bead. The burial may possibly be an outlier of a nearby Anglo-Saxon cemetery (see PRN 50220). {1}{2}{3}{4}{5}

Sources:
1 Article in Serial: White, A. J.. 1981. 'Archaeology in Lincolnshire and South Humberside, 1980' in Lincolnshire History and Archaeology. vol.16, pp.68-70
2 Index: SMR. Sites and Monuments Record Card Index. TA 10 SW: AM, 1979, TMA
3 Artefact: City and County Museum Collection. LM 7.73
4 Article in Monograph: LEAHY, K. A.. 1993. PRE-VIKING LINDSEY. p.41
5 Correspondence: RICHARDS T. 1972. PARISH FILE. CAISTOR.

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