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Recent work at Cow Common Bronze Age cemetery, Gloucestershire

Alan Saville

Recent work at Cow Common Bronze Age cemetery, Gloucestershire

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Published by Committee for Rescue Archaeology in Avon, Gloucesershire and Somerset in Bristol (The Archaeological Centre, Mark La., Bristol BS1 4XR) .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cow Common Site(England)

  • Edition Notes

    StatementAlan Saville.
    SeriesOccasional papers -- no.6, Occasionalpapers (Committee for Rescue Archaeology in Avon, Gloucestershire and Somerset) -- no.6.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsGN778.22.G7
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp.83-119,(3)p. of plates :
    Number of Pages119
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19622628M

    Full text of "Wiltshire archaeological and natural history magazine" See other formats. People of the Heath: Excavation of a Bronze Age Barrow Cemetery. Date: Wednesday, 10 May, - to The 'People of the Heath' project is now in it's final year and has investigated the Petersfield Barrow Cemetery with many interesting finds. The last season of excavation will be from 27th June to 15th July and this talk will. This is a painting of one of the small dogs spotted at Stroud market a fortnight (2 weeks) ago. This tiny girl was waiting for her people to stop talking so she could carry on leading the way forward. Bronze was never as important in the New World as in the Old. The Bronze Age is often divided into three periods: Early Bronze Age (c BC), Middle Bronze Age (c BC), and Late Bronze Age (c BC) but he chronological limits and the terminology vary from region to region. Early Bronze Age CATEGORY: chronology.


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Recent work at Cow Common Bronze Age cemetery, Gloucestershire by Alan Saville Download PDF EPUB FB2

Preliminary Report on the Excavation of a Cotswold-Severn Tomb at Hazleton, Gloucestershire - Volume 64 Issue 1 - Alan Saville Recent Work at Gloucestershire book Common Bronze Age Cemetery, Gloucestershire, C.R.A.A.G.S. Occ. Pap. 6 (Bristol).

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Explore this cemetery for graves, information and tombstones for names in Quaker Burying Ground in Cirencester, Gloucestershire, a Find A Grave on: Cirencester, Cotswold District. Latch Farm Barrow, Christchurch A Bronze Age barrow later used as an urn cemetery – to BC In Mrs C M Piggott examined a large barrow at Latch Farm ‘in the fork of the rivers’, in advance of gravel digging.

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The Bronze Age site was discovered during the investigation of a. The stones were an early Bronze Age addition to a henge monument alongside a round barrow (a burial mound), which is a space encircled by a bank and ditch and dating to the later Neolithic.

Nearby is an earlier Neolithic oval barrow with a superimposed early Bronze Age round barrow at Gib Hill, and a possible avenue of earth between the two. 1 Archaeological evaluation at Coton Park, Rugby carried out by Thames Valley Archaeological Services revealed Middle Bronze Age and Late Bronze/early Iron Age activity on the site.

The evidence, however, was fairly sparse and consisted of two or three pits and a shallow ditch. Associated with these features were small quantities of pottery.

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Cowhill is a small village south of Oldbury, South Gloucestershire, most prominent feature is the church, known as Cowhill church (St Arilda). References. A Bronze Age barrow cemetery has been uncovered in Hampshire, along with a connected Recent work at Cow Common Bronze Age cemetery enclosure and other possible ritualistic features.

After an earlier evaluation by Wessex Archaeology and a geophysical survey by GSB revealed ring ditches, the site’s potential archaeological significance was flagged – and with the area selected for development, Cotswold Archaeology began a 2ha Author: Kathryn Krakowka.

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“This area is one of the most. The monument includes six prominent Bronze Age round barrows which form part of a larger round barrow cemetery north-east of West Kennett Farm and west of the Ridgeway track on Overton Hill.

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