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ABCD: Rumex sanguineus

Rumex sanguineus L. red-veined dock

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1725 Penycoed 83 Llangynog, nr Carmarthen, Dyfed, Wales 1985 late Iron Age and RB (medieval)
Sample Period Context Type Sediment Period Earliest date Latest date
1725a PH.IA com ditch fill nr Iron Age ? ?
1725c PH.IA com post hole fills nr Iron Age ? ?
1725b PH.IA com ditch fill nr Iron Age ? ?
1394 Faccenda Farm 83 nr Alchester, Bicester, Oxfordshire, England 1984 Roman late 1st-early 3rd
Sample Period Context Type Sediment Period Earliest date Latest date
1394a RO.RN.ER (3) ditch & pit fills dark brown organic l Roman 075 150
1636 Whitton , Glamorgan (W, M & S), Wales 1981 Roman
Sample Period Context Type Sediment Period Earliest date Latest date
1636b RO ? well fill nr ?Roman ? ?
1138 Newstead 05-10 nr Melrose, Borders, Scotland 1911 Roman
Sample Period Context Type Sediment Period Earliest date Latest date
1138a RO.RM.ER:MR nr pit fills dark black organic Roman 80 210
1250 Hungate York 50 York, North Yorkshire, England 1961 Roman/Anglo-Scandinavian/medieval
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1250b PR.SE.AS II nr nr late Anglo-Scandinavian ? ?
1149 Fairy Knowe 78 Buchlyvie, Sterling, Central, Scotland 1983 Iron Age 1st c AD - 200 AD
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1149a PH.IA
1353 Ashill 61 Swaffham/Watton (Site 8712), Norfolk, England 1977 Romano-British mid Ist-mid 2nd c AD
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1353a RO.RB.ER 5, 6, 7 ditch fill grey silt and peat Romano-British 50 150
1041 Shackerley Mound 81 Telford/Wolverhampton, Shropshire, England 1987 medieval
Sample Period Context Type Sediment Period Earliest date Latest date
1041a PR.MD.HM:LM 2nd moat moat fill sandy silts medieval 1289 1500

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