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Excavations in 2014–15 in the vicinity of Bucklow Hill revealed two clusters of cremated human remains, one focused on a ring-ditch, the other on a similar but destroyed monument. Ephemeral traces of earlier activity were found. A programme of radiocarbon dating revealed the earliest human...
This paper presents the results of work undertaken on the multi-period site of Burry Holms, Gower, South Wales by Amgueddfa Cymru - National Museum Wales. Burry Holms is a small tidal island that possesses a rich prehistoric and historical heritage. In 1998 the opportunity arose to excavate its...
The Kingston Russell stone circle on Tenants Hill is the largest preserved stone circle in Dorset. Since the Piggotts’ summary of the stone and earth circles in Dorset, a great deal has changed in our perceptions and dating of these types of monuments in Britain, but there has been little...
Turf was widely used as a building material in the Roman period, especially in military architecture. Despite this, few studies have investigated properties of turf in construction, and fewer still have applied micromorphology to ancient turf walls. This study details the methods and results...
The dating of palisaded enclosures in Britain remains poorly understood with few sites having been directly dated by scientific means using suitable, reliable samples. Excavations to support a possible planning application for an extension at Harden Quarry, Northumberland, provided the impetus...
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