Between 1956 and 1960 Sonia Hawkes excavated an Early Iron Age settlement at Longbridge Deverill Cow Down, Wiltshire, following the discovery by J.K. St. Joseph's aerial photographic survey of a complex of three enclosures on the site. The most significant discovery was evidence for four roundhouses dating to the 8th-6th centuries BC, three of comparable size to those excavated at Pimperne, Little Woodbury and Winklebury. One of the roundhouses had burnt down, preserving in situ a significant assemblage of artefacts, particularly pottery. A field survey of the site and surrounding area was carried out during the excavation by RCHM and completed in the 1980s by David McOmish.
by Sonia Chadwick Hawkes, assisted by Christopher F C Hawkes
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