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current archaeology No. 10 September 1968

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EDITORIAL

PEOPLE AND PLACES

THE ABBOTS WAY Neolithic trackways in the Somerset marshes near Westhay.

BUTCOMBE A late Roman cowshed overlies an Iron Age hut in the midst of Celtic fields.

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INSIDE BACK COVER

USK It looks as if there might have been a Roman legionary camp at Usk.

BATH There has never been a proper report on Bath. Barry Cunliffe has now completed Sir Ian Richmond's penetrating study.

STAMFORD One of the richest towns of Saxon and Medieval England. Christine Mahany charts its history and describes her recent excavations there.

OATLANDS PALACE Alan Cook reports on the excavation of the palace of Henry VIII.

BISHOPS WALTHAM Archaeologists dismantle a Tudor barn to make way for a new road and find a Medieval malthouse lying on top of Saxon houses.

DIARY FOR ARCHAEOLOGISTS

COVER PICTURE Bath: part of the barrel vaulted roof lying on the floor of the great bath. Photo: E. A. Shore

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