A considerably weathered sherd of pottery of possible Bronze Age date was collected by R. Boam in or before 1977. (1)
Romano-British pottery included a sherd of grey Derbyshire Ware, a grey-red Derbyshire Ware base, a sherd of grey sandy ware, and a grey rim with internal slip, of 2nd/3rd century date. Flint included a flake of a polished Langdale axe, a grey flint leaf arrowhead, three brown-grey flint flakes, and a grey chert blade core from which narrow blades had been struck. (2)
Index: NDAT. 2254. 2254. With pencil sketch.
Index: North Derbyshire Archaeological Trust (NDAT). North Derbyshire Archaeological Trust Index. 2421, 2270.
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Centred SK 2386 5306 (220m by 255m) (Approximate)
CARSINGTON, DERBYSHIRE DALES, DERBYSHIRE
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