Location

Site Name
Culver Hole (Three Chimneys Cave)
Parish
Llangenydd
Gower Region
North/Central Gower
Latitude
0
Longitude
0
X
Y
Z
0
OSNG

Identification

Position
Entrance
Entrance Height (m)
0
Entrance Width (m)
0
Type of Cave
Archaeological
Access

Description

Discoveries

Archaeology
Human Remains, Inhumation, Pottery, Ornaments, Other Artefacts
Time Period-Culture
Fauna
Notes

Bibliography

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