Archer, J. and Clarke, R. (2005). A Late Iron Age and early Roman enclosure at Bulls Lodge Quarry, Boreham Airfield:. Essex Archaeol Hist 36 (third series). Vol 36, pp. 188-193.

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A Late Iron Age and early Roman enclosure at Bulls Lodge Quarry, Boreham Airfield:
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archaeological monitoring and excavation 1997--2004
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Essex Archaeol Hist 36 (third series)
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Essex Archaeology & History
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36
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188 - 193
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A Late Iron Age/early Roman enclosure was excavated in 2003 during archaeological monitoring in advance of gravel extraction at Bulls Lodge Quarry, formerly Boreham Airfield. The surviving part of the enclosure formed an irregular semi-circle with an internal area 32m across, but few internal features survived. There was no evidence of associated inhumation or cremation burials, ritual deposits or pyre debris. Instead, charcoal deposits and small amounts of pottery and animal bone in the ditch indicate a low level of occupation of the interior, suggesting a small domestic enclosure or possibly a stock enclosure. The enclosure is contemporaneous with other Late Iron Age enclosures representing a farmstead at Bulls Lodge Dairy 1km to the southeast. These enclosures belong to an earlier phase of farming economy predating the intensively developed agricultural landscape seen in the later Roam period at Great Holts Farm, 1km to the northeast. Separately authored contributions include
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Joanne Archer
Rachel Clarke
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2005
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Enclosures (Auto Detected Subject))
Domestic Enclosure (Auto Detected Subject))
Cremation Burials Ritual (Auto Detected Subject))
Farmstead (Auto Detected Subject))
Animal Bone (Auto Detected Subject))
Charcoal (Auto Detected Subject))
Pottery (Auto Detected Subject))
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Ditch (Auto Detected Subject))
Inhumation (Auto Detected Subject))
Late Iron Age (MIDAS)
Enclosure (Auto Detected Subject))
Roman (MIDAS)
Stock Enclosure (Auto Detected Subject))
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[OS TL 7410 1150]
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14 Feb 2008