Christie Drive, Hinchingbrooke. An Archaeological Investigation.

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An archaeological evaluation and open-area excavation revealed Iron Age and Romano-British features forming a part of the multiphase occupied landscape of Bob's Wood, along the Great Ouse Valley in Cambridgeshire. Early Neolithic flint represented the earliest visitation to the site, although no features were present. Following from this, two possible mid-late Iron Age ring gullies with a single shard of East Midlands Scored Ware were superseded by at least three phases of 2-4th century AD Romano-British droveways and rectilinear enclosure, along with a kiln or bread oven pit and an associated ring gulley. The final landuse of the site was evidenced by post-medieval furrow systems.

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