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St. Edmund's College, Cambridge: An Archaeological Evaluation


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Ten Harkel, Letty 

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In January 2005 an archaeological evaluation was carried out at St. Edmund’s College, Cambridge. The site was situated just outside the main Roman settlement on Castle Hill, and in the immediate vicinity of the Roman road that was excavated at New Hall College and, more recently, on Trinity Hall Playing Fields, off Storey’s Way. It was therefore hoped that the results would shed more light on the dynamics of Roman Cambridge’s urban hinterland. A number of ditches and other cut features were revealed, but unfortunately most of them contained no datable evidence.

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Cambridge Archaeological Unit, Department of Archaeology, University of Cambridge

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