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6th century Saxon inhumation cemetery discovered in 1866 while digging a new plantation at Patricksbourne Hill in Bifrons Park. Excavations in 1867 located about 120 inhumations. The finds are in Maidstone Museum.

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Anglo-Saxon inhumation cemetery found in Gas Alley and Gasworks Yard in 1840. Grave goods including spearheads and a knife were recovered.

CHURCH OF ST JOHN THE BAPTIST

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Parish church. Perpendicular, extensively restored. There is a 14th century window in the vestry and the south aisle is 15th-16th century. The present tower is modern but the earlier one was apparently 13th century. Two axe- dressed stones near the tower indicate the possibility of an earl...

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Two Early Medieval cist grave cemeteries discovered on both sides of a trackway which originated in the Roman or later periods.

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Early Anglo Saxon inhumation cemetery recorded in 1771 at St Edmunds College. One of the grave goods, a shield, is present in Salisbury Museum. Some thirty skeletons complete with weaponry were found beneath the city rampart (built in 1315). In 1878, another inhumation with weaponry was fo...

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

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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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Possible Early Saxon inhumations found over a wide area near the Icknfield Way before and in 1933.

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Mid-late Saxon pits and a late Saxon/early Norman cemetery were identified during excavations in 1977 in advance of construction of public gardens at the junction of Church Lane and St Radigunds Street.