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Recent archaeological investigations at Kendrick's Upper Cave, Great Orme, Llandudno (UBSS Proceedings v.27(2))

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Nash,G.H., and Rees,Catherine., 2017. Recent archaeological investigations at Kendrick's Upper Cave, Great Orme, Llandudno. UBSS Proceedings, 27(2) , pp 185-196 Download PDF.

Abstract: Kendrick's Upper Cave, on the Great Orme, North Wales, has recently been fitted with grills across both entrances and a surrounding fence for reasons of protection. The opportunity was taken to investigate the archaeological potential by excavating the necessary trenches and post holes. Although no significant early archaeology was discovered, a better understanding of the stratigraphy has been gained and the site is still considered to be of archaeological significance.

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