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BURWAINS CAMP

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Iron Age circular defended settlement enclosure surviving as an earthwork, possibly unfinished; limited excavation in 1950 recovered a Neolithic axe fragment and worked flint and chert flakes.

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Enclosed Iron Age settlement excavated at Vigo Road and New Street, Andover. Pits containing 14th century pottery and tiles were also recorded. The enclosure ditch was about 3 metres in width and up to 1.8 metres deep and had a bank on the east side. The original entrance was 2.6 metres wi...

CASTERLEY CAMP

Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

A univalate hillfort with annexe probably contemporary in date. Neolithic and Romano-British finds also present

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Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

An enclosed settlement, of probable Iron Age or Roman-British date. One sherd of Romano-British pottery recovered from the interior. A bank situated to the north may represent a form of protective `hood. Middle Bronze Age pottery sherd found. Scheduled.

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A Romano British occupation site including finds of pottery, nails, tiles, tegula, imbrex and a coin were found in 1961. The remains of a Romano-British settlement, of four phases dating from mid second to the fourth century, was excavated in 1975 and 1977. Scott cites the site as a sugges...

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Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

In May 1856 as some labourers were engaged in draining a field at Adderstone they came upon a vessel containing 28 Roman coins (AD 117-275), a brass scale beam and weights, with remains of scales and an article consisting of two circular rings joined by a twisted rod 1 1/2 long. The field...

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Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

A Belgic settlement consisting of 85 pits and two double pits was excavated as well as a hunting dog ritual burial, horse bones , a fibula and a horse bit. Roman sherds were found.

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Roman tiles and a coin found within an enclosure. Possibly an enclosed settlement. Flint implements were also found in the same enclosure.

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Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

Iron Age settlement on Worthy Down, comprising ditches, some forming enclosures, plus pits. Finds include a collection of 13 currency bars, pottery, and loomweights. Much of the material seems to belong to the later phases of the Iron Age, although earlier material is present, including so...

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Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

Iron Age and Romano-British enclosure excavated by Pitt Rivers in 1885-6. Features included storage pits, house foundations, granaries and a corn drying furnace. Iron Age and Roman finds occurred in some quantity. A Bronze Age inhumation (ST 91 NW 16) and Neolithic and Bronze Age flint imp...