Corby's Crags, Edlingham, Northumberland

NGR: NU 1280 0965

NMR: NU 10 NW 10

SMR: N4227

SAM: -

Excavation: S. Beckensall, 1975.

Curation: Museum of Antiquities, Newcastle.

Burials: MNI: 1 (cremation).

Finds: Flint flakes, barbed and tanged arrowhead, food vessel, rock carvings.

Date: Early Bronze Age (2)

14C: -


Beckensall, S. (1976) The excavation of a rock shelter at Corby's Crags, Edlingham. Archaeologia Aeliana 4: 11-16.

Beckensall, S. (1976) CBA Group 3 Newsbulletin 12: 3-4.

Gibson, A.M. (1978) Bronze Age Pottery in the North-East of England. British Archaeological Reports British Series, No. 56. B.A.R., Oxford.

Smith, C. (1990) A barbed and tanged arrowhead from Corby's Crags, Edlingham. Archaeologia Aeliana 5th Ser 18: 229.

Weyman, J. (1984) The Mesolithic in North-East England. in Miket, R. & Burgess, C. (eds) Between and Beyond the Walls. Donald, Edinburgh, pp. 38-51.

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