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Settlement patterns in the Oxford region: excavations at the Abingdon causewayed enclosure and other sites

H J Case and A W R Whittle (Editors)

CBA Research Report No 44 (1982)

ISBN 0 906780 14 4


Abstract

Title page of report 44

The field work and excavations reported here, together with recent excavations by the Oxfordshire Archaeological Unit and other work including that in Berkshire give one a glimpse of settlement patterns evolving in a single region from the earliest times until the recent past.

Contents

  • Title pages
  • Contents (p v-vi)
  • Introduction by H J Case (p 1)
    • Settlement patterns in the Oxford region: an outline (pp 1-10)
    • Summary of excavated sites (pp 7-7)
    • Silting (pp 7-8)
    • Other editorial notes (pp 8-10)
  • The Neolithic causewayed enclosure, Abingdon by M Avery (pp 10-50)
    • Introduction(pp 10-12)
    • Excavation (pp 12-26)
    • Reports on finds and other specialist reports (pp 26-50)
  • A neolithic burial enclosure at New Wintles Farm, Eynsham by R Kenward (pp 51-54)
    • The outer ditch (p 51)
    • The inner ditch (p 51)
    • The pits (pp 51-53)
    • The finds (p 53)
    • Discussion and interpretation (pp 53-54)
  • A Neolithic ring-ditch and Iron Age enclosure at Newham-Murren, near Wallingford by P R S Moorey (pp 55-59)
    • The ring-ditch (pp 55-59)
    • The Iron Age enclosure (p 59)
  • The linear ditches and southern enclosure, North Stoke by H J Case (pp 60-75)
    • Introduction (pp 60-62)
    • The 1950-52 excavation (pp 62-70)
    • Reports on finds and other specialist reports (pp 70-75)
  • Radley 15, a Late Beaker ring-ditch by D N Riley (pp 76-80)
    • The ditches (p 76)
    • The interior (pp 76-78)
    • The finds (pp 78-79)
    • Discussion (pp 79-80)
  • Four ring-ditches at Stanton Harcourt by R E Linington (pp 81-87)
    • Ring-ditch XXIX, 1 (pp 81-83)
    • Ring-ditch XXIX, 3 (pp 83-85)
    • Ring-ditch XXIX, 4 (pp 85-86)
    • Ring-ditch XXIII, 2 (pp 86-87)
    • The labour force invloved in constructing ring-ditches XXIX, 1 and XXIX, 3 by D W A Startin (p 87)
  • Six ring-dicthes at Standlake by H W Catling (pp 88-102)
    • The ring-ditches (pp 88-101)
    • Discussion (pp 101-102)
  • The Vicarage field, Stanton Harcourt by H J Case (pp 103-117)
    • Lower Paleaolithic (p 103)
    • Late Neolithic (pp 103-106)
    • Bronze Age (pp 106-111)
    • Iron Age (pp 111-115)
    • Romano-British (pp 115-116)
    • Saxon and Medieval (pp 116-117)
    • Recent (p 117)
  • Cassington 1950-52: Late Neolithic pits and the Big Enclosure by H J Case (pp 118-151)
    • Introduction (pp 118-121)
    • Excavations 1950-52 (p 121)
    • Late Neolithic (pp 121-129)
    • Iron Age and Romano-British (pp 129-139)
    • Reports on finds from Smith's Pit 2 and other specialist reports (pp 139-151)
  • Plant impressions on local Neolithic and Bronze Age pottery and daub in the Department of Antiquities, Ashmolean Museum by P Murphy (p 152)
  • Prehistoric earthmoving by D W A Startin (pp 153-156)
  • Bibliography (pp 157-161)
  • Plates

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