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Anglo-Saxon burial goods near Cambridge (Fox 1923)

Edix Hill, Anglo-Saxon cemetery, Barrington

History of Barrington A cemetery

In 1923 C Fox wrote:

Barrington A (Edix Hill) was apparently entirely an inhumation cemetery, No pottery was found in any of the 26 (? or 30) graves opened by Wilkinson …. but broken fragments apparently of Anglo-Saxon vessels occurred on the site.


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