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ISBN 1 872414 20 6
The Iron Age hillfort of Danebury, in Hampshire, has been the scene of a major programme of excavation which began in 1969. There are three previously published volumes; Volumes 1 and 2 (CBA Research Reports 52) are concerned with the site and the material remains from it, while volume 3, produced by the RCHM(E), presents a survey of the cultural landscape within which Danebury lies. Volumes 4 and 5 published here as CBA Research Report 73 describe the excavations from 1979 until the end of the project in 1988 and mark the end of the first stage of the Danebury publication programme.
|Danebury: an Iron Age hillfort in Hampshire - Volume 5: the excavations 1979-1988: the finds (CBA Research Report 73b)||9 Mb|
|Danebury: an Iron Age hillfort in Hampshire - Volume 5: the excavations 1979-1988: the finds (microfiche)||39 Mb|