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Late Iron Age to Roman burials and quarry site, Rectory Farm, West Deeping



Reference Name MLI97240

Name:
Late Iron Age to Roman burials and quarry site, Rectory Farm, West Deeping

Summary:
Late Iron Age to Roman burials and quarry site, Rectory Farm, West Deeping

Location:
WEST DEEPING, SOUTH KESTEVEN, LINCOLNSHIRE

Description:
PRN 38886
A watching brief was undertaken by Pre-Construct Archaeology between September and December 2002 on Phase 1A of works at Rectory Farm, West Deeping. Quarry pits were excavated which were probably associated with quarrying gravel for the construction of the Roman Road King Street. A crouched burial and an east to west aligned burial, buried with a small knife were also revealed. These features were interpreted as Late Iron Age to Roman in date. {1}{2}

Sources:
1 Intervention Report: Pre-Construct Archaeology. 2004. Archaeological watching brief at Rectory Farm, West Deeping: Interim Report. RFWD02/03
2 Excavation archive: Pre-Construct Archaeology. 2004. Archaeological watching brief at Rectory Farm, West Deeping: Interim Report. -

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The following reports are available from the ADS digital library.
1 Intervention Report: Pre-Construct Archaeology. 2004. Archaeological watching brief at Rectory Farm, West Deeping: Interim Report. RFWD02/03

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