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As part of an extensive programme of archaeological investigation carried out in advance of the construction of the Channel Tunnel Rail Link (CTRL), the Museum of London Archaeology Service was commissioned to undertake the detailed excavation of an Anglo-Saxon cemetery at Cuxton in Kent (centre at OS NGR 572000 167350) following desk-based assessment and trial trenching. In the course of the excavation a concentration of later prehistoric archaeological features was also exposed and recorded. The excavation was carried out between July 1998 and September 1998, under the project management of Rail Link Engineering, on behalf of Union Railways (South) Limited (a subsidiary of London and Continental Railways).