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Site of Romano-British Settlement, Woodhouse Hill, Studland

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

A settlement of circular hust dating to the Iron Age evolving, in the Romano-British period, to become a settlement of rectangular cottage farmhouses occupied until the fourth century A.D. The site was excavated by Norman Field from 1952-58 ( Field 1965, 142-207). It was discovered when te...

Woolbury Ring Hillfort

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

Woolbury a strong hilltop camp of 8 hectares with a single bank and ditch. The National Trust owns the W ditch of the Hillfort, the boundary fence running along the top of the bank.. A causeway across the ditch and a breach in the bank on the W side appears to be an original entrance.The...

Woolbury Ring Hillfort

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

Woolbury a strong hilltop camp of 8 hectares with a single bank and ditch. The National Trust owns the W ditch of the Hillfort, the boundary fence running along the top of the bank.. A causeway across the ditch and a breach in the bank on the W side appears to be an original entrance.The...

IA & Roman-British Settlement, Warren Barn, Slindon Estate

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

NMR Nos. WSCC Site No. 1769 No evidence of earthworks at the precise location but possibly two lynchets further E in the same field. There was quite a large concentration of tile fragments in this area. This area is the level area before the field drops eastward to the floor of the small...