TVAS SouthWest Update: Open Excavation reveals BA Enclosure
Extensive excavation at Bath Road in Gloucestershire has identified archaeological activity ranging from the Neolithic to the early Iron Age. Notably, within the wide range of features recorded during the investigation were two cremation burials and further ditches forming a Bronze Age enclosure. Due to limitations of excavation area the enclosure was only partially exposed. The large amount of pottery recovered (185 sherds weighing a total of 462g) over two phases of the excavation have suggested an activity spike around the early to middle Bronze age.
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