Finds on your Doorstep – Crowle and Ealand

Here is the sixth edition of our series of blog posts looking at the archaeology and finds from individual parishes in North Lincolnshire. This time we are looking at the parish of Crowle and Ealand. The earliest evidence for settlement in the area dates to the Late Neolithic, around 2350 BC. To see all finds recorded from the parish click here.

Rim and body sherd of Roman greyware pottery, found in Crowle and Ealand. Record ID is NLM-EC45E4 (Copyright: North Lincolnshire Museum, Licence: CC-BY).

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