THE HUMAN SKELETAL REMAINS FROM BURGH CASTLE, NORFOLK, 1960.

Author(s): S Anderson, D A Birkett

Bones of Anglo-Saxon date from 163 grave contexts and several groups of disarticulated remains, together representing a minimum of 164 adults (77 males, 63 females and 24 of unknown sex) and approximately 30 children, are reported on.

Report Number:
27/1989
Series:
AML Reports (New Series)
Pages:
91
Keywords:
Human Bone Human Remains

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