In the course of cable laying in 1938, an 'arrow-head shaped' flint, a number of flint flakes, and a 'single brown three-quarter inch cube resembling a tessera' were found. No surface indications or subsequent finds have been identified. (1-3)
Article in serial: Court, A. 1938. 'Whaley Valley', Derbyshire Archaeological Journal. Vol. 59, pp 84-87.
Bibliographic reference: Radley J. Notebook 7.
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OLD BOLSOVER, BOLSOVER, DERBYSHIRE
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