Cae Gronw Cave, St Asaph, Clwyd


NGR: SJ 015 711

NPRN: -

SMR: 19412

CCR: 1365

Excavation: H.S. Green, 1979, 19801985.

Curation: National Museum of Wales, Cardiff (86.32H).

Burials: MNI: 1+

Finds: animal bones.

Date: Neolithic (1)

14C: 3955 bp (OxA-5731) on human bone

Bibliography:

Aldhouse-Green, S. et al. (1996) Holocene humans at Pontnewydd and Cae Gronw caves. Antiquity 70: 444-447.

Aldhouse-Green, S., Peterson, R. & Walker, E.A. , editors (2012). Neanderthals in Wales. Pontnewydd and the Elwy Valley Caves. Oxbow, Oxford.

Green, H.S. (1986) The Palaeolithic settlement of Wales research project: a review of progress 1978-85. In Colcutt, S.N. (ed.) The Palaeolithic of Britain and its Nearest Neighbours: Recent Trends. University of Sheffield, Sheffield, pp. 36-42..

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