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Late Medieval to post-medieval features on land south of Tennyson Lane, Bourne



Reference Name MLI80834

Name:
Late Medieval to post-medieval features on land south of Tennyson Lane, Bourne

Summary:
Late Medieval to post-medieval features on land south of Tennyson Lane, Bourne

Location:
BOURNE, SOUTH KESTEVEN, LINCOLNSHIRE

Description:
PRN 35288
An evaluation in early 2000 identified a number of pits containing material dating to between the mid-15th to mid-18th century. One further ditch and two pits were undated, but were considered to be associated with the dateable remains. {1}{2}{3}

Sources:
1 Intervention Report: John Samuels Archaeological Consultants. June 2000. Report on evaluation at southwest Bourne. SWB99
2 Intervention Report: John Samuels Archaeological Consultants. June 2000. Appendix to report on evaluation at southwest Bourne. SWB99
3 Excavation archive: John Samuels Archaeological Consultants. June 2000. Archive of evaluation at southwest Bourne. LCNCC99

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The following reports are available from the ADS digital library.
1 Intervention Report: John Samuels Archaeological Consultants. June 2000. Report on evaluation at southwest Bourne. SWB99
2 Intervention Report: John Samuels Archaeological Consultants. June 2000. Appendix to report on evaluation at southwest Bourne. SWB99

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