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From Bronze Age enclosure to Anglo-Saxon settlement. Archaeological excavations at Taplow Hillfort, Buckinghamshire 1999-2005 by T Allen, C Hayden and H Lamdin-Whymark and Castle Hill and its landscape archaeological investigations at the Wittenhams, Oxfordshire by T Allen, K Cramp, H Lamdin-Whymark and L Webley [Book Review]

Sharples, Niall Macpherson 2012. From Bronze Age enclosure to Anglo-Saxon settlement. Archaeological excavations at Taplow Hillfort, Buckinghamshire 1999-2005 by T Allen, C Hayden and H Lamdin-Whymark and Castle Hill and its landscape archaeological investigations at the Wittenhams, Oxfordshire by T Allen, K Cramp, H Lamdin-Whymark and L Webley [Book Review]. [Online]. London, UK: Prehistoric Society. Available at: http://www.prehistoricsociety.org/publications/rev...

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Abstract

Oxford Archaeology are one of the largest commercial units in British Archaeology and have produced an exemplary series of publications over the last twenty years. These two volumes represent a major contribution to what could be called the later prehistory of the middle Thames area, though Taplow lies to the south of the Goring Gap and Castle Hill and the Wittenhams to the north, so they are on either side of the boundary between the Middle and Upper Thames. The primary focus of the excavation of both sites is a substantial enclosure that straddles the Bronze to Iron Age transition. Both excavations also recovered vestigial remains of earlier prehistoric settlement and later historic activity but this will not be the principal focus for this review.

Item Type: Website Content
Date Type: Publication
Status: Published
Schools: History, Archaeology and Religion
Subjects: C Auxiliary Sciences of History > CC Archaeology
Publisher: Prehistoric Society
Last Modified: 04 Jun 2017 06:27
URI: http://orca.cf.ac.uk/id/eprint/60395

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