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  1. Archaeology/General Archaeology

    An early Anglo-Saxon burial, off Pottergate Road, Wellingore

    Date: 550 - 600 Collection: Historic Environment Record Reference: MLI83898

  2. Archaeology/General Archaeology

    Site of St Mark's church and churchyard, Lincoln

    Date: 900 - 1050 Collection: Historic Environment Record Reference: MLI83362

  3. Archaeology/General Archaeology

    A mid- to late Saxon cemetery beneath St Helen's Church, Cumberworth

    Date: 800 - 999 Collection: Historic Environment Record Reference: MLI81931

  4. Archaeology/General Archaeology

    Site of St Rumbold's Church and Churchyard, Monks Road

    Date: 970 - 1140 Collection: Historic Environment Record Reference: MLI83257

  5. Archaeology/General Archaeology

    Site of St Paul-in-the Bail church and churchyard, Lincoln

    Date: 410 - 799 Collection: Historic Environment Record Reference: MLI83330

  6. Architecture and Buildings/Building

    St Helen's Church and Churchyard, North Ormsby

    Date: 1000 - 1249 Collection: Historic Environment Record Reference: MLI41149

  7. Archaeology/General Archaeology

    Early Anglo-Saxon cemetery site on land west of South Cliff Farm, South Carlton

    Date: 475 - 625 Collection: Historic Environment Record Reference: MLI86368

  8. Archaeology/General Archaeology

    SAXON BURIAL

    Date: 410 - 1065 Collection: Historic Environment Record Reference: MLI30747

  9. Archaeology/General Archaeology

    An early Anglo-Saxon inhumation cemetery, west of Normanton village

    Date: 500 - 650 Collection: Historic Environment Record Reference: MLI81965

  10. Archaeology/General Archaeology

    Early medieval/Saxon burials and possible church site off Main Street, Torksey

    Date: 850 - 1065 Collection: Historic Environment Record Reference: MLI54158

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