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An Archaeological Aerial Survey in the Cotswold Hills

Front cover for Archaeological Aerial Survey in the Cotswold Hills: A Report for the National Mapping Programme

A Report for the National Mapping Programme

By Josephine Janik, Amanda Dickson, Russell Priest

This report provides an overview of the results of the Cotswold Hills Project (HEEP 4755), an archaeological aerial survey to National Mapping Programme standards funded by English Heritage through the Historic Environment Enabling Programme (HEEP) now the National Heritage Protection Commissions Programme (NHPCP). Gloucestershire County Council Archaeological Service completed the aerial photograph mapping, interpretation and report writing.

This report contains interesting results from the survey, as well as analysis and discussion of the archaeology. The report is divided into period summaries that highlight the key results.

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  • Publication Status: Completed


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