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King's Weston Hill, Bristol. Its prehistoric camps and inhumation cemetery (UBSS Proceedings v.13(1))

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Goodman,C., 1972. King's Weston Hill, Bristol. Its prehistoric camps and inhumation cemetery. UBSS Proceedings, 13(1) , pp 41-48 Download PDF.

Abstract: In 1966 the Southwestern Gas Board cut a pipe trench along Kings Weston Hill (NGR ST 5477). The trench crossed a cemetary, possibly of early Christian date, cut through an earthwork near the centre of the hill and also went through the outer defence of the Iron Age camp at the east end. An account of teh discoveries is given.

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