Jubilee Cave (Tratman's Cave), Langcliffe, North Yorkshire


NGR: SD 8376 6551

NMR: SD86NW 5

SMR: YD 3777

SAM: NY 324, 13247

Excavation: Settle Cave Exploration Committee, 1871; T. Lord & T.L. Frankland, 1935-1938.

Curation: T.C. Lord; Department of Geology, University of Leicester.

Burials: MNI: 5 (4 adults, 1 juvenile)

Finds: Mesolithic flints; Peterborough Ware, IA and RB artefacts; animal bones.

Date: Neolithic (1)

14C: 4836 bp (OxA-14262) on human bone

Bibliography:

Branigan, K. & Dearne, M.J. (1991) A Gazetteer of Romano-British Cave Sites and their Finds. Department of Archaeology and Prehistory, University of Sheffield.

Challis, A.J. & Harding, D.W. (1975) Later Prehistory from the Trent to the Tyne. British Archaeological Reports, British Series 20. B.A.R., Oxford.

Dawkins, W.B. (1874) Cave Hunting. MacMillan, London.

King, A. (1970) Romano-British metalwork from the Settle District of West Yorkshire. Yorkshire Archaeological Journal 62: 410-417.

Leach, S. (2015) Going Underground: an Anthropological and Taphonomic Study of Human Skeletal Remains from Caves and Rock Shelters in Yorkshire. Leeds. Yorkshire Archaeological Society.

Raistrick, A. (1939) Iron Age settlements in West Yorkshire. Yorkshire Archaeological Journal 34: 115-150.

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