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Rescue Recording of an Eroding Inter-Tidal Peat Bed at Low Hauxley, Northumberland (6109)

Front cover for Rescue Recording of an Eroding Inter-Tidal Peat Bed at Low Hauxley, Northumberland (6109)

By Dr. Gillian Eadie, Dr. Clive Waddington

Recording of the peat deposit and associated archaeological finds was carried out by Archaeological Research Services Limited and was supported by English Heritage. It revealed remains of prehistoric timber and preserved Mesolithic human footprints and animal tracks.

Contents

1 Introduction
2 Southerly section of peat bed containing preserved human and
animal footprints
3 Peat exposed along the shoreline not containing any preserved
footprints
4 Truncated area of peat containing remnants of a submerged forest
and a red deer antler
Appendix 1

Additional Information

  • Series: RCZAS Reports
  • Publication Status: Completed

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