HARROW HILL, WEST SUSSEX An Earthwork Survey. INDUSTRY AND ENCLOSURE IN THE NEOLITHIC

Author(s): RCHME

Earthwork survey of Harrow Hill (TO 0814 1002), as part of the project to record Enclosure and Industry in the Neolithic Period. On the summit of the hill, an extensive area of Neolithic flint mining, which has been diminished by ploughing, and an overlying Early Iron Age enclosure were recorded. On the northern and eastern slopes of the hill, traces of later field systems and trackways were also surveyed.

Report Number:
78/1994
Series:
Other
Pages:
37
Keywords:
Animal Bone Flint Geoarchaeology Geophysical Survey Iron Age Neolithic Post Medieval Stone Earthwork

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