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Excavations alongside Roman Ermine Street, Cambridgeshire, 1996

The Archaeology of the A1(M) Alconbury to Peterborough Road Scheme

£34.00
Author:
Peter Ellis, Gwilym Hughes, Peter Leach, Catharine Mould and Jon Sterenberg
Publication Year:
1998
Language:
English
Paperback:
155pp, Includes black and white photos and line drawings
ISBN 10:
0860549267
ISBN:
9780860549260
BAR number:
B276
Sub-series name:
Birmingham University Field Archaeology Unit Monograph Series, 1
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Description

BOOK DESCRIPTION
Describes the results of archaeological investigations at a number of sites undertaken by Birmingham University Field Archaeology Unit in 1996. New prehistoric sites were found along the length of the road corridor which, from Alconbury Hill to Norman Cross, coincides with Ermine Street. Here the major Roman road would have taken on additional importance where it skirted the fen edge. The book reports on a number of excavations along this section.