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Later Bronze Age Pottery from Farnham, a reappraisal

S ELSDON

In 1935 A W G Lowther, A G Wade, K Oakley, W Rankine and other local antiquaries collaborated to produce a detailed study of the wealth of archaeological material found in the Farnham area, mainly from the gravels (Oakley et al 1939). The result, which is an outstanding example of local archaeological studies, was published as a special volume of the Surrey Archaeological Collections and Lowther himself contributed the section covering the Bronze Age to the Saxon periods. The purpose of this article is to re-examine and publish more fully the Later Bronze Age pottery in the light of discoveries and research since 1939.

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