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Early Saxon pottery found at the Market Place, Sleaford



Reference Name MLI91646

Name:
Early Saxon pottery found at the Market Place, Sleaford

Summary:
Early Saxon pottery found at the Market Place, Sleaford

Location:
SLEAFORD, NORTH KESTEVEN, LINCOLNSHIRE

Description:
PRN 65286
'Pagan' Saxon pottery was found in many features during excavation (see PRN 65283). However, later pottery was found in the same features and it is thought that the early sherds are residual. {1}

Sources:
1 Article in serial: Mahany, C.M.. 1979. 'Excavations in the Market Place, 1978' in South Lincolnshire Archaeology 3: Sleaford. pp 20-27

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