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Hobson memorial at Nine Wells

The Archaeology of the Hobson’s Brook Valley

Archaeological excavation across the southern boundary of the city including Queen Edith's

The Oxford Archaeology Unit have published reports on a large number of sites dating from the Bronze up to the Roman period across the south of the city, in particular in those locations where development by the Bell School of Languages and the Addenbrookes’s Campus have taken place.

Their report on the neighbouring Clay Farm can be found here:

In 2021 Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society:

Middle Bronze Age field systems, Late Bronze Age post alignments and an Iron Age trackway at the Bell Language School, Cambridge.


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