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Ellis, P. (1987) A46 Road Improvements: An Archaeological Assessment. Birmingham: Birmingham University Field Archaeology Unit, Report No. 0235. https://doi.org/10.5284/1032185

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Document Details

TitleA46 Road Improvements: An Archaeological Assessment
AuthorsEllis, P.
ProducerBirmingham University Field Archaeology Unit
Place of productionBirmingham
Other bibliographic detailsReport No. 0235

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Site details

Location
Site nameA46 Road Improvements
ParishCold Ashton to Swainswick
DistrictSouth Gloucestershire
CountyGloucestershire and Somerset
CountryEngland
Grid reference ST 745 725 (point)
Monuments and Finds      
AIRFIELDTWENTIETH CENTURY
BANK (EARTHWORK)MEDIEVAL
CAMPTWENTIETH CENTURY
EARTHWORKMEDIEVAL
FIELD SYSTEMIRON AGE
FIELD SYSTEMMEDIEVAL
LITHIC IMPLEMENTNEOLITHIC
SHERDMEDIEVAL
 

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