Land at Lynn Crescent, Cassop, County Durham [Site name: LAND AT LYNN CRESCENT, CASSOP
Investigation type: Desk-based
Postcode: DH6 4RE]
The application site itself had been subject to substantial phases of development. Any deposits of archaeological significance, if at all present, would be likely to occur in isolated pockets. The archaeological potential of the site was considered to be low to moderate. [Au(abr)]
The King in the Car Park - 1st peer-revewed paper on the Richard III excavations Open Access
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6-7 June 2013 - ICOMOS-UK Summer Meeting: Ice Age Art and Landscape
ICOMOS-UK Summer Meeting held at the Creswell Crags Museum and organised in collaboration with the Creswell Heritage Trust. The meeting will also offer delegates an opportunity to visit the Creswell limestone gorge and caves, and tour the surrounding magnesium limestone landscapes. more...
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