Nant-y-Fuach Rock Shelter, Dyserth, Clwyd


NGR: SJ 0677 7979

NPRN: -

SMR: 102106

CCR: 909

Excavation: W.H. Stead & R. Bridgwood, 1950-57.

Curation: ?Chester Museum; W.H. Stead.

Burials: MNI: 5

Finds: Peterborough Ware pottery, barbed and tanged arrowhead, animal bones.

Date: Neolithic or Bronze Age (4)

14C: -

Bibliography:

Gibson, A. (1995) First impressions: a review of Peterborough Ware in Wales. In Kinnes, I. & Varndell, G. (eds) 'Unbaked Urns of Rudely Shape': Essays on British and Irish Pottery. Oxbow Monograph 55. Oxbow Books, Oxford, pp. 23-39.

Longworth, I. (1958) Notes on excavations in the British Isles, 1958. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society 25: 280-281.

Lynch, F. (1969) The megalithic tombs of North Wales. In Powell, T.G.E. (ed.) Megalithic Enquiries in the West of Britain. Liverpool University Press, Liverpool, pp. 107-148.

Trump, D. (1957) Notes on excavations in the British Isles, 1957. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society 24: 219.

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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