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Bronze Age pottery found to the south west of Willoughby Walks



Reference Name MLI91121

Name:
Bronze Age pottery found to the south west of Willoughby Walks

Summary:
Bronze Age pottery found to the south west of Willoughby Walks

Location:
SILK WILLOUGHBY, NORTH KESTEVEN, LINCOLNSHIRE

Description:
PRN 65165
Four middle Bronze Age sherds were found with other unidentified sherds during fieldwalking. (Note - the location given for this find is approximate.) {1}
A scatter of ten Bronze Age sherds, including one with finger tip impressions, was found "in a field almost at the western extremity of the parish, close to Kelby Plantation". This may refer to this site, especially if some of the unidentified sherds were later identified as Bronze Age. {2}

Sources:
1 Intervention Report: Silk Willoughby Archaeology Group. 1993-1998. Fieldwalking in Silk Willoughby. No 36
2 Bibliographic reference: SIMMONS, B.B.. 2000. The Archaeology of Silk Willoughby: An Account of the Field Survey 1994-1999. p 33

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