Birley, R. E. (1970). Excavations at Chesterholm-Vindolanda 1967-1969. Archaeologia Aeliana Series 4. Vol 48, pp. 97-155. https://doi.org/10.5284/1060526. Cite this via datacite

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Excavations at Chesterholm-Vindolanda 1967-1969
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Archaeologia Aeliana Series 4
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Archaeologia Aeliana
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48
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97 - 155
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[NY 7766]. The area of the Roman fort and vicus, having recently been acquired for archaeological research by the Vindolanda Trust, presents an opportunity for long-term research especially on the prolonged post-369 occupation. Work to date has revealed evidence of a pre Hadrianic fort (or forts), an irregularly shaped fort of ?late 2nd century, and forts of 3rd and 4th century. The vicus which overlies the early military sites is being planned and exploration has begun; civil occupation is evidenced in Wall Period IV in the vicus itself as well as within the Theodosian fort. Detailed excavation reports are provided on the Diocletianic-Theodosian south gate, the 1st-2nd century forts, and the mansio, excavation of which is nearly complete and has revealed a 15 roomed courtyard house of four phases. Appendices treat the inscribed and sculptured stones, coins, objects of metal and stone, ornaments some pottery, wood samples and animal bones. See also Curr Archaeol, 2, 1970, 329-34.
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Robin E Birley
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1970
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30 May 2019