Deserted Medieval Village, Moated Site, and Early Medieval Timber Building at Castle Eden, 200m South of the Castle

County Durham

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Early Medieval
Inhumation

Data Source

English Heritage

County Council (Unitary)

Durham County Council

Parish

Castle Eden

Parliamentary Constituency

Easington

Grid Reference

SE427427 (442714, 538632)

WGS84 Coordinates

54.7407, -1.33647

Nearest Postcode

TS27 4SL

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Notes

Possible sixth century inhumation with a glass claw beaker found in 1775 at The Castle by workmen. The body which was said to be complete was covered with a heap of stones, and when the ground was re-opened later a cavity large enough to contain an inhumation was found. The glass beaker is now in the British Museum. The field which includes the findspot is within a scheduled site.

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