Excavation of the Deeping St. Nicholas Barrow Complex, South Lincolnshire



Lincolnshire Archaeology and Heritage reports Series: No. 1

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A series of unexpected events led to the survey (during the late winter and the spring of 1990) of a rescue excavation which was mounted to examine and record a remarkably intact Bronze Age round barrow at Deeping St Nicholas, Lincolnshire. 

It proved to be a fascinating and complex undertaking …not one barrow but two… and not just a barrow but a funerary progression outlining changes in burial and memorial traditions through the Early and Middle Bronze Ages making this a signal piece of work for Lincolnshire and Fenland Archaeology.

Thanks go to the land owners, Mr an Mrs Grooby as well as members of the team: Crane Beck, Steve Williams, Mark Dymond, Dale and Gary Trimble and Sue Unsworth.

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by C A I French


Heritage Trust of Lincolnshire


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