Evans, C., Knight, M. and Webley, L. (2007). Iron Age settlement and Romanisation on the Isle of Ely: the Hurst Lane Reservoir site. Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society 96. Vol 96, pp. 41-78. https://doi.org/10.5284/1073367. Cite this via datacite

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Iron Age settlement and Romanisation on the Isle of Ely: the Hurst Lane Reservoir site
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the Hurst Lane Reservoir site
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Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society 96
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96
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41 - 78
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The rescue excavation of an extensive Middle/Later Iron Age settlement and its ensuing Romano-British occupation at Hurst Lane on the west side of Ely is reported, and the continuities between its two phases are explored. Having evidence of thirty-five roundhouses, this is one of the most dense Iron Age sites in the region. A development model of their associated compounds is outlined. One of these had marked affinities with the Wardy Hill Ringwork, which allows for discussion of the nature of concentric enclosure elaboration. Numerous `loose' human remains were recovered, including a modified skull found in `foundation deposit-like' circumstances associated with a major roundhouse. Review is made of the Iron Age and Romano-British settlements excavated on Ely during the 1990s. The island's cultural/`tribal' affiliations are considered, as is also the apparent poverty of its assemblages and the processes of its Romanisation. Separately authored contributions include
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Christopher Evans
Mark Knight
Leo Webley
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2007
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11 Jan 2008