A report on the excavation of this multiperiod settlement which was undertaken prior to the development of the land into a residential housing estate. Evidence of prehistoric presence was found in the form of flints, sherds and a possible Iron Age structure: the Romano-British material is more extensive. Contains articles on the smallfinds and specialist reports on skeletal and environmental remains and the radiocarbon dates. The fieldwork was undertaken by Birmingham University Field Archaeology Unit.
With contributions by Lynne Bevan, Simon Esmonde Cleary, Sally Cottam, Brenda Dickinson, Jeremy Evans, Iain Ferris, Vince Gaffney, James Greig, Martin Henig, Donald Mackreth, Lisa Moffett, Stephanie Pinter-Bellows, Stephanie Ratkai, Fiona Roe, Rebecca Roseff, David Smith, David Starley, Eva Thomson, David Williams and Ann Woodward.Illustrations by Mark Breedon and Nigel Dodds.