Dyfed Archaeological Trust Historic Environment Record

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Primary Reference Number (PRN) : 46050
Trust : Dyfed
Community : Manorbier
Unitary authority : Pembrokeshire
NGR : SN0400
Site Type (preferred type first) : Roman Findspot
Status :

Summary :
Findspot for a Roman Trumpet Brooch, Bronze/Silver in colour. PR 2002 based on Sandbrook Howells,M,1999.

Sources :
Howells,MS , 1999 , Acknowledgement of report of find ,

Events :
83212 : METAL DETECTOR SURVEY, 1999 (year : 1999)
111436 : Elm House, Jameston, Pembrokeshire (year : 2014)
111458 : Landway Farm, Jameston, Pembrokeshire (year : 2013)

Related PRNs :

Compiled date : 08-10-2002

February 23, 2019, 8:56 pm - Html file produced from the Regional Historic Environment Record:
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Carmarthenshire. SA19 6AF
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