Fieldwork at Baston took place over a 48ha area between 2002 and 2014. The site is located on the western Fen Edge at between 3m and 5m aOD.
The main feature was a middle Bronze Age field system and settlement. A round house, pits, wells and a long routeway for moving and sorting cattle were uncovered. Remains of log ladders, buckets, and hurdles were also found.
A small Roman settlement and routeway linked to the Car Dyke was also excavated.
Speaker: Rob Atkins, Project Manager, MOLA (Museum of London Archaeology)
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