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POSSIBLE SITE OF BRONZE AGE BURIAL



Reference Name MLI41111

Name:
POSSIBLE SITE OF BRONZE AGE BURIAL

Summary:
POSSIBLE SITE OF BRONZE AGE BURIAL

Location:
TOYNTON ST PETER, EAST LINDSEY, LINCOLNSHIRE

Description:
THE SITE OF A POSSIBLE EARLY BRONZE AGE BURIAL BUT NOT MARKED BY A MOUND, HOLLOW OR SOILMARK. THERE ARE SOME STREAKS OF HUMOSE DARK GREY CLAY AND BURNT CLAY WHERE THE PLOUGH HAS INTERMITTENTLY STRUCK BURIED MATERIAL. 1 EARLY BRONZE AGE RIM FRAGMENT FROM A COLLARED URN, PROBABLY FUNERARY. FLINTS ARE LATE NEOLITHIC/EARLY BRONZE AGE TYPES INCLUDING FRAGMENTS OF A PLANO- CONVEX KNIFE. {1}, AREA 0.02H, HTM 2M

Sources:
1 Bibliographic reference: Hayes, P. P. and Lane, T. W.. 1993. Lincolnshire Survey, The Northern Fen-Edge. TOP 5

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