Posted by: archaccess | September 4, 2012

Digging the Iron Age at Ham Hill

In a collaboration between Cambridge Archaeological Unit and Cardiff University, the 2012 excavations at Ham Hill in Somerset have revealed evidence of Iron Age activity, including stone-built houses, as well as signs of later Roman military occupation.

For further information and photographs from the excavation, see the article ‘Ham Hill digs enhance picture of Iron Age life’ on the Cambridge University research news webpage and the Ham Hill website here.

001 Ham Hill

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