Albert Cave (Kings Scar Cave), Langcliffe, North Yorkshire

NGR: SD 8379 6508


SMR: YD 3780

Excavation: Settle Cave Exploration Committee, 1870-74.

Curation: British Museum, London; Buxton Museum; Keighley Museum; T.C. Lord.

Burials: MNI: 1

Finds: Flint scraper, Romano-British artefacts, animal bones.

Date: Unknown (5)

14C: -


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Dawkins, W.B. (1872) Report on the results obtained by the Settle Cave Exploration Committee out of Victoria Cave 1870. Journal of the Anthropological Institute. 1: 60-70.

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Quartermaine, J. (1995) Victoria and Albert Caves, North Yorkshire. Archaeological Survey. Lancaster University Archaeological Unit, Lancaster.

Tiddeman, R.H. (1875) The works and problems of the Victoria Cave exploration. Proceedings of the Geological and Polytechnic Society of the West Riding of Yorkshire. 6: 77-92.

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