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GUILDOWN SAXON CEMETERY

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Pagan Anglo-Saxon inhumation cemetery found and excavated on Crane down in 1965.

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A Romano British cemetery was found on a building site at Margaretting. The pottery dates from circa AD 100.

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Seven inhumation burials, date uncertain

CHAPEL OF ST NICHOLAS OR CHAPEL OF ST MARGARET

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In the village of Lane (St Just Lane) was an ancient chapel, with a burying ground, which was converted into a dwelling house and finally burned down. This was possibly either the chapel of St Nicholas or St Margaret for which the Rector had licence in 1391. It is still remembered as the C...

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A 5th and 6th century Saxon mixed rite cemetery, Roman or Early Saxon sub-rectangular ditched enclosure, Neolithic or Bronze Age chipping floor, Bronze Age pits, and Medieval palisaded enclosure. The cemetery was discovered in 1934 in a gravel pit to the South of the Avon, when 29 male, 17...

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Saxon inhumations accompanied by jewelery and weapons were found in North Field in 1832 and 1949. 7th century.

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Rescue excavations in Dunstable located a 3rd and 4th century inhumation cemetery consisting of 96 burials. Most were adult burials some of which had been beheaded. The cemetery was bounded by a shallow ditch dating to the last quarter of the 4th century, and it had in turn been cut by lat...

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An inhumation cemetery of probable Romano-British date was found on Tatton Hill.

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Round or lann at Landulph. A curvilinear enclosure exists in the field above the church and may represent a shifted church site.