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Group Emergency Reports.
- SITE 136.
- GOODNESTONE, Love Lane (TR 248 547). December, 1970. Gas
pipeline. U-shaped pit with pottery. Early Iron Age.
John Gaunt (CKA Deal area
- SITE 141.
- HOATH, Mile's Field (TR 216 649). April 1971. Plough damage. Pits,
foundations and corn-dryer(?). Romano-British.
Harold Gough (Reculver Group)
- SITE 143.
- GOODNESTONE, Uffington Farm (TR 255 558). January, 1971. Gas pipeline. Three V-shaped ditches and pottery. Iron Age.
John Gaunt (CKA Deal Area)
- SITE 144.
- BARHAM, A2 Roadworks (TR 236 475). August, 1971. Roadworks. Boundary ditch containing potsherds. Romano-British. First century.
Brian Philp (Reculver Group)
- SITE 145.
- ST. STEPHENS HACKINGTON, Little Hall Farm (TR 144 602). May, 1971. Plough damage. Rectangular medieval kiln. Pottery and tile. Probably 14th century.
Duncan Harrington (University of Kent Group)