North End Pot, Thornton in Lonsdale, North Yorkshire


NGR: SD 6830 7653

NMR: SD 67 NE 43

SMR: YD 2305

Excavation: R. Marsden & Earby Potholing Club, 1985-8.

Curation: T.C. Lord.

Burials: MNI: 4 (2 adult, 2 juvenile); 1 adult (Iron Age)

Finds: Animal bones, Neolithic antler macehead.

Date: Neolithic (1) and Late Iron Age (1)

14C: 4176 bp (OxA-14265); 2260 bp (HAR-8056) on human bone.

Bibliography:

Brook, D. et al. (1994) Northern Caves, Volume 3. The Three Counties and the North-West. Dalesman, Clapham.

Cuttriss, S.W. (1897) Notes on the caves of Yorkshire. Proceedings of the Yorkshire Geological and Polytechnic Society 13: 311-324.

Gilks, J.A. & Lord, T.C. (1993) A Neolithic antler macehead from North End Pot, Ingleton, North Yorkshire. Transactions of the Hunter Archaeological Society 17: 57-59.

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.

Onody, F. (1995) An aurochs skeleton from North End Pot, North Yorkshire. BSc dissertation, Department of Archaeological Sciences, University of Bradford.

Morgan, P. (1990) North End Pot (Marble Steps area). Caves and Caving 49: 26-27.

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