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Excavations on Bradley Hill, 1970

Excavations on Bradley Hill, 1970
Excavations on Bradley Hill, 1970
The report describes the complete excavation of the buildings and cemetery of a late fourth century Romano-British farmstead built on a site earlier occupied from the Pre-Roman Iron Age to c. A. D. 100. The farmstead consisted of three buildings; two of these were two- or three-roomed houses, the third was probably built as a byre. Associated with the farmstead were 57 burials, all but four in east-west graves, and including adults, children and infants. The economic and social setting of the farmstead, its population and the religious beliefs of the inhabitants are discussed.
0081-2056
100-101
Leech, Roger
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Leech, Roger
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Leech, Roger (1970) Excavations on Bradley Hill, 1970. Somerset Archaeology and Natural History, 114, 100-101.

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The report describes the complete excavation of the buildings and cemetery of a late fourth century Romano-British farmstead built on a site earlier occupied from the Pre-Roman Iron Age to c. A. D. 100. The farmstead consisted of three buildings; two of these were two- or three-roomed houses, the third was probably built as a byre. Associated with the farmstead were 57 burials, all but four in east-west graves, and including adults, children and infants. The economic and social setting of the farmstead, its population and the religious beliefs of the inhabitants are discussed.

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Published date: 1970
Organisations: Archaeology

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Local EPrints ID: 350208
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/350208
ISSN: 0081-2056
PURE UUID: 65309dc6-27a6-41fd-9ebc-e8126741080e

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Date deposited: 19 Mar 2013 16:58
Last modified: 29 May 2019 16:30

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