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- DescriptionA report on archaeological investigations at the site of Wardy Hill which occupied a prominent spur on the rth side of the Isle of Ely in the Iron Age. The report outlines the evidence for pre-Iron Age use of the site and focuses in particular on the Middle-Late Iron Age ringwork excavated in 1991-2. Data related to the environmental setting of this site, ecomic and land-use practices, as well as material culture finds (pottery, metalworking debris, worked stone, beads and spindle whorls, worked bone, and so on) are presented and interpreted in terms of the occupation sequence and activities at the site. Summaries in English, French and German.
- Author(s)Christopher Evans
- PublisherCambridge Archaeological Unit
- Date of Publication01/07/2003
- Series TitleEast Anglian Archaeology Report
- Place of PublicationCambridge
- Country of PublicationUnited Kingdom
- ImprintCambridge Archaeological Unit
- Content Note17 b/w pls, 145 b/w figs, 83 tbs
- Width297 mm
- Height210 mm
- Volume editorStewart Bryant
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