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Archaeological Investigations at Nine-Wells Cambridge, Post Ex Assessment



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Wright, Alasdair 


This report outlines the methods and results of the excavation carried out at Nine Wells, Cambridge during September 2018. The work was primarily designed to further investigate the Mesolithic-Early Bronze Age flint scatter identified through fieldwalking in 2017 (Boreham et al. 2018). Excavation recovered further Mesolithic-Early Bronze Age flint-work demonstrated to yield from a thin layer of colluvium dating to the Roman period or later, which covered the foot slope of White Hill. A total of two ditches were also identified, which could not be accurately dated, but appear to link up with the later prehistoric and Roman complex seen across the landscape as cropmarks



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Cambridge Archaeological Unit, Department of Archaeology, University of Cambridge

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