Prehistoric and Romano-British Settlements with Structures
An introduction to prehistoric and Romano-British settlements with structures.
This asset description focuses on a limited number of site types where it is possible to observe different forms of enclosure boundary as well as related structures such as houses and ancillary buildings.
The description includes courtyard houses, stone hut circles, unenclosed stone hut circle settlements, as well as wetland settlements (utilising predominantly wooden structures) and their development.
- History of research
- Further reading
- Where to get advice
- Series: Guidance
- Publication Status: Completed
- Pages: 17
- Product Code: HEAG215
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