NGR: SK 1643 8033
NMR: SK 18 SE 23
SMR: 7601, 7604, 7607-8
Excavation: R. Pennington., 1872; A.L. Pill, 1961-1962, 1965.
Curation: British Museum, Bolton Museum, Sheffield City Museum (1995.79).
Burials: MNI: 6 (1 adult, 5 juveniles).
Finds: Peterborough Ware; polished stone axe; flint artefacts; Romano-British artefacts; animal bones.
Date: : Later Neolithic (2)
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