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Sutton Common (South Yorkshire): a monument at risk in England’s wetlands

Van de Noort, R. (2004) Sutton Common (South Yorkshire): a monument at risk in England’s wetlands. In: Nixon, T. (ed.) Preserving archaeological remains in situ? Museum of London Archaeology Service, pp. 79-86.

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The work on the Iron Age site at Sutton Common, South Yorkshire, UK, has provided both inspiration and a testing ground for the development of English Heritage's strategy for wetlands. This paper concentrates on the non-technical aspects of the developing conservation management of the site, which includes in situ preservation of selected waterlogged remains, and summarises the main results of the Monuments at Risk in England's Wetlands project, the new strategy for which it formed the basis

Item Type:Book or Report Section
Divisions:No Reading authors. Back catalogue items
Central Services > Office of the Vice Chancellor
ID Code:37929
Uncontrolled Keywords:Sutton Common; monuments; wetlands
Additional Information:PARIS2: proceedings of the 2nd conference 12-14 September 2001
Publisher:Museum of London Archaeology Service

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