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Late Bronze Age waterlogged remains at Willingdon Levels, Sussex

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Christopher Greatorex

UCL Institute of Archaeology, GB
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Remains of a timber platform and trackway were discovered in 1995 at the edge of the Pevensey Marshes in Southeast England. The platform is the first of its type to be found in the region, and the objects excavated include an exceptionally well preserved metal hook still attached to its wooden handle, which has been radiocarbon dated to the ninth century BC.
How to Cite: Greatorex, C., (1997). Late Bronze Age waterlogged remains at Willingdon Levels, Sussex. Archaeology International. 1, pp.14–15. DOI: http://doi.org/10.5334/ai.0105
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Published on 23 Nov 1997.
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