Gerrard, J. (2005). Bradley Hill, Somerset, and the end of Roman Britain:. Somerset Archaeol Natur Hist 148. Vol 148, pp. 1-9.

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Bradley Hill, Somerset, and the end of Roman Britain:
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a study in continuity?
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Somerset Archaeol Natur Hist 148
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Somerset Archaeology and Natural History
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148
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1 - 9
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The paper reviews the evidence for fifth-century activity at the `late Roman' farmstead and associated cemetery at Bradley Hill near Somerton. In particular the paper considers the site's relevance to the question of whether or not a Romanised way of life survived after the end of Roman administration, c.410 AD.
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James Gerrard ORCID icon
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Damaris D Dodds (Abstract author)
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2005
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Roman (MIDAS)
Farmstead (Auto Detected Subject))
Cemetery (Auto Detected Subject))
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12 Jun 2006