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HENGISTBURY HEAD

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Neolithic settlement and an Early Bronze Age barrow cemetery. Excavations have been undertaken on several occasions at Hengistbury Head, most notably by Bushe-Fox (1911-12), St George Gray (1919 and 1922) and Cunliffe (1980s). Evidence for Neolithic activity is primarily artefactual, while the Early Bronze Age is best represented among some of the burial assemblages from the round barrows in the area. See child records for full details of specific sites.

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