Lynx Cave (Bryn Alyn Cave 1), Llanarmon-yn-ial, Denbighshire


NGR: SJ 1976 5931

NPRN: 418688

SMR: 100947 to 100950

SAM De 176

CCR: 1448

Excavation: J.D. Blore, 1962-2003.

Curation: : National Museum of Wales, Cardiff (83.98H); Grosvenor Museum, Chester.

Burials: MNI: 6+ (4 adults, 2 juveniles).

Finds: Upper Palaeolithic flint artefacts, bone point, Romano-British artefacts, animal bones.

Date: Unknown (5)

14C: 11,700 bp (OxA-8164) on bone point; 2945 bp (OxA-8070) on cutmarked bird bone.

Bibliography:

Blore, J.D. (1966) The excavation of Lynx Cave, 1962-1964: a preliminary report. Peakland Archaeological Society Newsletter 21: 17-19 & 35.

Blore, J.D. (2002) The Enigmatic Lynx. Privately printed, Wallasey.

Blore, J.D. (2012) Lynx Cave, Denbighshire - 50 Years of Excavation 1962-2012. Privately printed.

Bramwell, D. (1963) Notes on some recent cave and gravel pit discoveries in North Wales and the Peak District. Peakland Archaeological Society Newsletter 19: 25.

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

Bronk-Ramsey, C. et al. (2000) Radiocarbon dates from the Oxford AMS system: Archaeometry Datelist 29. Archaeometry 42: 243-254.

Bronk-Ramsey, C. et al. (2002) Radiocarbon dates from the Oxford AMS system: Archaeometry Datelist 31. Archaeometry 44: 3 (supplement 1): 1-149.

Thompson, F.H. (1963) Two Romano-British trumpet brooches with silver inlay. Antiquaries Journal 43: 289-290.

Valdemar, A.E. & Jones, R.D. (1970) An initial report on the archaeological and palaeontological caves and rock shelters in North Wales. Transactions of the Cave Research Group of Great Britain 12(2): 99-107.

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