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Neolithic/Bronze Age Flint Flake, Swallow Wold Farm



Reference Name MLI97251

Name:
Neolithic/Bronze Age Flint Flake, Swallow Wold Farm

Summary:
An unstratified, Neolithic or early Bronze Age flint flake was found to the north of Swallow Wold Farm.

Location:
SWALLOW, WEST LINDSEY, LINCOLNSHIRE

Description:
An unstratified flint flake, thought to be of Neolithic or early Bronze Age date, was found in 2008, during monitoring of the groundworks for the installation of a new watermain between Irby Reservoir and Caistor Top Reservoir. {1}{2}

Sources:
1 Intervention Report: Lindsey Archaeological Services. 2008. Irby Reservoir to Caistor Top Reservoir. LAS site code: JRCT08
2 Excavation archive: Lindsey Archaeological Services. 2008. Irby Reservoir to Caistor Top Reservoir. LCNCC 2008.92

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Last updated: 24-July-2015 13:02:36

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