Low Hauxley Bronze Age cairns and mesolithic artefacts (Hauxley)
The inside of a cist at Low Hauxley as excavated in 1994, showing a pot and cremated bone fragments. Photo by Northumberland County Council.
A cist at Low Hauxley as first seen in 1994. Photo by Northumberland County Council.
EXCAVATION, Low Hauxley site 1 1983; BONSALL, C
FIELD OBSERVATION, Northumberland Coastal Survey 1992; GUARD
PHOTOGRAPHIC SURVEY, Northumberland Coastal Survey 1992; GUARD
EXCAVATION, Druridge Bay Excavations Oct/Nov 1993. Initial stratigraphic report 1993; TYNE AND WEAR MUSEUMS
BOREHOLE SURVEY, Low Hauxley 1994; Lancaster University Archaeological Unit
TRIAL TRENCH, Low Hauxley, Northumberland 1994; LANCASTER UNIVERSITY ARCHAEOLOGICAL UNIT
EXCAVATION, Low Hauxley cist 2009; Archaeological Research Services
FIELD SURVEY, North East Rapid Coastal Zone Assessment - Phase 2 2010; Archaeological Research Services
DESK BASED ASSESSMENT, Low Hauxley review of archaeological interventions and site condition 2010; Archaeological Research Services
ENVIRONMENTAL SAMPLING, Low Hauxley pollen assessment and radiocarbon sample preparation 2010; Archaeological Services Durham University
EXCAVATION, Low Hauxley burial ground 2013; Archaeological Research Services
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