Stonehenge 20th Century Excavations Databases

Wessex Archaeology, 2005

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Introduction

Wessex Archaeology was commissioned by English Heritage to produce a comprehensive report on the twentieth-century excavations at Stonehenge, as a result of which the Wessex Archaeology Stonehenge Archive was compiled. The archive contains written material (primary, secondary, original, and copied), drawings, photographs, and some finds. These relate to a large number of excavations and non-archaeological interventions undertaken in and around the Stonehenge Triangle between 1901 and 1994. The results of the project were published as Stonehenge in its landscape: twentieth century excavations, Cleal RMJ, Walker KE and Montague R, 1995 English Heritage Archaeological Report 10. The archive, including copies of the databases (on paper and CD), is held at Salisbury Museum, which also holds the majority of the finds and some original archive material.