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Anglo-Saxon inhumations, south of Chapel Lane, Navenby



Reference Name MLI80605

Name:
Anglo-Saxon inhumations, south of Chapel Lane, Navenby

Summary:
Anglo-Saxon inhumations, south of Chapel Lane, Navenby

Location:
NAVENBY, NORTH KESTEVEN, LINCOLNSHIRE

Description:
61152
Five inhumations burials were exposed during the excavation of foundation trenches for buildings south of Chapel Lane. The graves were inter-cutting, suggesting a relatively prolonged period of burial practice within what appeared to be an extremely confined area. It is suggested that the grave group may have been defined by some form of permanent marker, which has now been lost. Grave 1 contained a seventh century narrow necked beaker and a bronze brooch. Grave 2 contained an iron nail and knife. Grave 3 had contained a possible coffin and a nail which may be residual. Grave 4 contained residual RB pottery. {1}{2}

Sources:
1 Intervention Report: Pre-Construct Archaeology. 1999. Chapel Lane, Navenby: Watching Brief Report. CLN96
2 Excavation Archive: Pre-Construct Archaeology. 2000. Chapel Lane, Navenby. LCNCC 1996.85

Links:
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The following reports are available from the ADS digital library.
1 Intervention Report: Pre-Construct Archaeology. 1999. Chapel Lane, Navenby: Watching Brief Report. CLN96

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