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Excavations in Long Hole, Cheddar, February 1977 (UBSS Proceedings v.24(2))

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Mullan,G.J., 2008. Excavations in Long Hole, Cheddar, February 1977. UBSS Proceedings, 24(2) , pp 97-100 Download PDF.

Abstract: In 1977, the Society carried out a brief excavation in the Long Hole, a cave located immediately above the main Cheddar show cave Gough's Cave, with the hope of locating a significant Pleistocene deposit. Little Pleistocene material was found, but human and animal bone and a small archaeological assemblage of probable Roman age were recovered. This find was never followed up and has not been published elsewhere.

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