Causewayed Enclosures are a form of early Neolithic earthwork, first appearing between 3700 and 3600BC. They are encircled by one to four concentric ditches with an internal bank. Crossing the ditches at intervals are causeways which give the monuments their name. They are generally interpreted as ritual or communal places rather than for settlement. There are a surprising number of them in the Peterborough area. This talk will tell us more!
Speaker: Phil Hill, Oxford Archaeology East
FREE for FRAG Members
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