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Soil - Archaeology on the A303 Stonehenge Improvement

Soil - Archaeology on the A303 Stonehenge Improvement

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Published by Wessex Archaeology
This is 1 of 9 specialist reports that accompany the recent Wessex Archaeology publication “Archaeology on the A303 Stonehenge Improvement”. This report covers the archaeological works undertaken between 1998 and 2003 as part of the A303 Stonehenge Improvement highway scheme promoted by the Highways Agency. The book sets out the objectives of the extensive programme of archaeological work that was undertaken to inform the planning of the highway scheme, the methods used, the results obtained, and to explain something of the significance of works which provided a 12 km transect across the WHS and beyond: the first of its kind ever undertaken.
This is 1 of 9 specialist reports that accompany the recent Wessex Archaeology publication “Archaeology on the A303 Stonehenge Improvement”. This report covers the archaeological works undertaken between 1998 and 2003 as part of the A303 Stonehenge Improvement highway scheme promoted by the Highways Agency. The book sets out the objectives of the extensive programme of archaeological work that was undertaken to inform the planning of the highway scheme, the methods used, the results obtained, and to explain something of the significance of works which provided a 12 km transect across the WHS and beyond: the first of its kind ever undertaken.

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Published by: Wessex Archaeology on Feb 18, 2009
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07/26/2012

 
Archaeology on the A303Stonehenge Improvement
Appendix 1: Soil
by Richard I. Macphail and John Crowther 
Wessex Archaeology 
 
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Archaeology on theA303 Stonehenge Improvement
By Matt Leivers and Chris Moore
With contributions fromMichael J. Allen, Catherine Barnett, Philippa Bradley, Nicholas Cooke,John Crowther, Michael Grant, Jessica M. Grimm, Phil Harding,Richard I. Macphail, Jacqueline I. McKinley, David Norcott, Sylvia Peglar,Chris J. Stevens, and Sarah F. Wylesand illustrations byRob Goller, S. E. James and Elaine Wakefield
Wessex Archaeology 2008
This volume is available from Wessex Archaeologywww.wessexarch.co.uk 
 
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 Index of Appendices
Appendix 1: Soil, by Richard I. Macphail and John Crowther Appendix 2: Pollen, by Sylvia Peglar Appendix 3: Molluscs, by Sarah F. WylesAppendix 4: Charred plant remains, by Chris J. StevensAppendix 5: Charcoal, by Catherine BarnettAppendix 6: Animal bones, by Jessica M. GrimmAppendix 7: Human bone, by Jacqueline I. McKinleyAppendix 8: Fieldwalking methodologiesAppendix 9: Reports on surveys appropriate to different parts of the scheme

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