NGR: SK 1739 7356
NMR: SK 17 SE 2
SMR: 6405 to 6410
Excavation: W. Storrs Fox, 1902-10; 1927-28.
Curation: British Museum; Buxton Museum; Derby Museum; Manchester Museum.
Burials: MNI: 20+
Finds: Two polished stone axes, flint flakes and scrapers, Peterborough ware, Late Bronze Age pottery, leaf shaped arrowhead; Romano-British artefacts.
Date: Later Neolithic (2)
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