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Robeston Wathen bypass burnt mound and flint working site

A burnt mound dating to the Bronze Age and a Mesolithic/Neolithic flint working site were identified and excavated during construction of the A40 RobestonWathen bypass in 2009 on behalf of Hyder Consulting. The results have been fully reported.


Excavation of the burnt mound


The top stone of a rotary quern found in association with the burnt mound


Robeston Wathen Excavation Report (PDF file - opens in a new window - 11Mb in size.)




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