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Wavendon Gate: a Late Iron Age and Roman Settlement in Milton Keynes (Buckinghamshire Archaeological Society Monographs) epub

by R. J. Williams


Wavendon Gate: a Late Iron Age and Roman Settlement in Milton Keynes (Buckinghamshire Archaeological Society Monographs) epub

ISBN: 0949003166

ISBN13: 978-0949003164

Author: R. J. Williams

Category: History

Subcategory: Europe

Language: English

Publisher: Milton Keynes Publications (December 1, 1996)

Pages: 304 pages

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The final Milton Keynes monograph publishes an extensive Late Iron Age and Roman settlement.

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Williams, R. Hart, P. and Williams, . 1996, Wavendon Gate: A Late Iron Age and Roman Settlement in Milton Keynes, Aylesbury: Buckinghamshire Archaeological Society Monograph Series 10. Wells Road, Glastonbury. Central Somerset Lowlands.

The final Milton Keynes monograph publishes an extensive Late Iron Age and Roman settlement. The Roman phase of this complex site includes two First Century BC Pottery kilns, a well furnished cremation cemetery, corn driers and a late Roman waterlogged pit. The pit contained some well-preserved artefacts including a votive `Taranis' wheel; the first wooden representation of this Celtic goddess found in Europe. There were also traces of Early Saxon occupation on the site.