Roberts, I. (2009). A late Iron Age and Romano-British settlement at High Wold, Bempton Lane, Bridlington, East Yorkshire. Yorkshire Archaeological Journal 81. Vol 81, pp. 47-137.

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A late Iron Age and Romano-British settlement at High Wold, Bempton Lane, Bridlington, East Yorkshire
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Yorkshire Archaeological Journal 81
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Yorkshire Archaeological Journal
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81
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47 - 137
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A 1.4-ha excavation, carried out in advance of housing development, investigated the site of a multi-phase settlement dating approximately to between the mid-1st and mid=3rd centuries AD. The earliest later Iron Age activity was represented by a diverse range of apparently unenclosed structures and features, which were replaced by a rectilinear enclosure complex focused upon a principal enclosure containing a central roundhouse. The enclosure complex was subsequently re-organised and expanded, a development which might be equated with a trend from pastoralism towards arable farming. Despite an increase in the adoption of Roman material culture (in the form of pottery), the site seems to have remained essentially native. As well as a notable assemblage of pottery the site has produced significant quantities of animal bone, small assemblages of stone artefacts, ironwork and metalworking residues, six infant burials and a single Roman coin. Earlier prehistoric activity is represented by an assemblage of residual worked flint flakes and tools.
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Ian Roberts
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2009
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Settlement (Auto Detected Subject))
Burials (Auto Detected Subject))
Metalworking (Auto Detected Subject))
Coin (Auto Detected Subject))
Worked Flint Flakes (Auto Detected Subject))
Arable Farming (Auto Detected Subject))
Stone Artefacts Ironwork (Auto Detected Subject))
Rectilinear Enclosure (Auto Detected Subject))
Roman (Auto Detected Temporal)
Central Roundhouse (Auto Detected Subject))
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Pottery (Auto Detected Subject))
Animal Bone (Auto Detected Subject))
Mid3rd Centuries Ad The Earliest Later Iron Age (Auto Detected Temporal)
Late Iron Age (Auto Detected Temporal)
Prehistoric (Auto Detected Temporal)
Enclosure (Auto Detected Subject))
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17 Feb 2014