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[Excavations at] Pickwick farm, Dundry, Somerset (UBSS Proceedings v.12(1))

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Barton,K.J., 1969. [Excavations at] Pickwick farm, Dundry, Somerset. UBSS Proceedings, 12(1) , pp 99-112 Download PDF.

Abstract: This is an account of a small excavation at a settlement site indicated by a sunken road, house platforms and a paved spring pool. The excavations showed that there had been two major periods of occupation, Iron Age to Romano-British and Mediaeval to c. 1850. The finds have been deposited in the City Museum at Bristol.

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