St Piran's Oratory and Associated Early Medieval Cemetery
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County Council (Unitary)
Truro and Falmouth
SR768768 (176839, 56393)
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Grass marked pottery recovered from rabbit scrapes within the vicinity of St Piran's Oratory (SW 75 NE 3). The finds are now in the British Museum, and have been dated to the 6th to the early 12th century.
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