Hirst, S. M. and Rahtz, P. A. (1973). Cheddar Vicarage, 1970. Somerset Archaeol Natur Hist 117. Vol 117, pp. 65-96.

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Cheddar Vicarage, 1970
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Somerset Archaeol Natur Hist 117
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Somerset Archaeology and Natural History
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117
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65 - 96
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[ST 4553]. Further excavation in the garden has confirmed evidence of occupation throughout the Roman period, possibly in the immediately post-Roman period and certainly in the Saxon period. The early Roman structures included industrial features, ditches and a road. Levels of the late Roman villa were located. Post-Roman structures on the road, not clearly defined or dated, are probably part of the late Saxon monastic complex. Reports on coins, samian, amphorae and coarse ware, some Saxon and medieval sherds, and artefacts of iron and copper alloy are appended. Au(adp)
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Susan M Hirst
Philip A Rahtz
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1973
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Sherds (Auto Detected Subject))
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Roman (MIDAS)
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05 Dec 2008