A second phase of archaeological evaluation was carried out along the footpath in St Wystan's Churchyard by Pre-Construct Archaeology in 2009. The evaluation was undertaken in order to provide an indication of what may be encountered during the excavation of a proposed pipe trench for new welfare facilities. Articulated human remains of two individuals were identified, as well as significant amounts of disarticulated remains. A limestone-block construction was also revealed, which was thought to be either a wall footing or the foundation of a churchyard monument. (1)
Unpublished document: Rowe, M (Pre-Construct Archaeology). 2009. The Parish Church of St Wystan, Repton, Derbyshire: archaeological evaluation, proposed pipe route. HER Doc. No. 1247.
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REPTON, SOUTH DERBYSHIRE, DERBYSHIRE
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