Finds recovered during fieldwalking of land adjacent to Longbridge Island, Warwick

Description of this historic site

Fieldwalking recovered worked flints, Romano-British pottery, a possibly Anglo-Saxon bead fragment, medieval pottery and post-medieval pottery. The site to the south of the M40, SE of the Longbridge Island.

Notes about this historic site

1 A programme of fieldwalking recovered 14 worked flints, 2 sherds of Romano-British pottery, 1 sherd of medieval pottery, 2 sherds of post-medieval pottery and a possibly Anglo-Saxon black bead fragment. The site lay on the south side of the M40, south east of the Longbridge Island.
2 Flints dated to between the Mesolithic and the Bronze Age.

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