NGR: SN 1119 0032
SMR: 4309, 14209
SAM: Pe 427
Excavation: Col. Jervis, 1840; G.N. Smith, 1860-1866; H.H. Winwood et al., 1865.
Curation: Bolton Museum; Bristol Museum; Tenby Museum; Manchester Museum; National Museum of Wales, Cardiff (86.91H, 90.35H, 96.10H).
Burials: MNI: 2+ (adults).
Finds: Flint artefacts, animal bones.
Date: ? Neolithic (3)
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Garrod, D.A.E. (1926)
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Jones, E.L. (1882) On the exploration of two caves in the neighbourhood of Tenby. Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society of London 38: 282-288.
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Leach, A.L. (1918) Some Prehistoric Remains in the Tenby Museum. Tenby.
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Smith, G.N. (1860) On three undescribed bone caves near Tenby, Pembrokeshire. Reports of the British Association 30: 101-102.
Smith, G.N. (1862) Report of a successful search for flint implements in a cave called "the Oyle", near Tenby, South Wales, in June and July, 1862. The Geologist 6: 47-50.
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Winwood, H.H. (1865) Exploration of the "Hoyle's Mouth" cave, near Tenby. The Geological Magazine 2: 471-473.
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