Banjo Enclosures

Front cover for Introductions to Heritage Assets: Banjo Enclosures

Introductions to Heritage Assets

An introduction to Banjo enclosures (a type of archaeological site of the British Middle Iron Age of circa 400 BC to roughly AD 43) and describes their common forms and characteristics, including prominent examples of sites.

A summary of the academic interest in the asset type is included which outlines the research which has been undertaken for Banjo enclosures. A brief chronology is contained within the text as well as a summary of the associations between Banjo enclosures and other classes of monument.

Contents

  • Summary
  • Introduction
  • History of research
  • Description
  • Chronology
  • Associations
  • Further reading
  • Where to get advice

 

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