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The excavations at Stokeleigh Camp, Avon (UBSS Proceedings v.14(1))

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Haldane,J.W., 1975. The excavations at Stokeleigh Camp, Avon. UBSS Proceedings, 14(1) , pp 29-63 Download PDF.

Abstract: Limited excavations have shown that Stokeleigh Camp was occupied during the Late Pre-Roman Iron Age, in the course of which period the inner rampart was probably built. Habitation continued without a substantial break until the middle of the 1st Century A.D. During the latter part of this occupation Belgic influences would appear to have been strongest, although some of the pottery exhibits Durotrigian features. After a break, the site appears to have been re-used during the middle to late 2nd century A.D. The finds and field notes from the site are deposited at the University of Bristol Spelaeological Society's Museum.

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