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Stone sarcophagus found south west of Braceborough



Reference Name MLI34009

Name:
Stone sarcophagus found south west of Braceborough

Summary:
Stone sarcophagus found south west of Braceborough

Location:
BRACEBOROUGH AND WILSTHORPE, SOUTH KESTEVEN, LINCOLNSHIRE

Description:
34009
A BARNACK STONE SARCOPHAGUS UNCOVERED DURING THE EXCAVATION OF A DRAINAGE DITCH IN THE SUMMER OF 1981. THE COFFIN CONTAINED A MALE SKELETON WITH 2 GLASS VESSELS AND A NENE VALLEY COLOUR COATED DISH DATED TO THE 4TH CENTURY. {1}{2}

Sources:
1 Index: SMR FILE. BRACEBOROUGH AND WILSTHORPE. - LEE F
2 Index: HURLEY T. 1991. SOUTH KESTEVEN RECORDS. BRACEBOROUGH. SK 13.04,1991, HURLEY T

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