Quern stone from Hinkley

In 2012/2014 Cotswold Archaeology excavated a late prehistoric and Romano-British settlement site at Hinkley Point, Somerset. One of the many artefacts discovered was a complete upper stone from a rotary quern, which is the subject of a recent online publication by Dr Ruth Shaffrey – The Movement of Ideas in Late Iron Age and Early…
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Archaeological Investigations at Hinkley Point

One of the most extensive archaeological investigations ever undertaken in South West England is reaching its conclusion. At the end of April the final phase of Cotswold Archaeology’s archaeological field works at Hinkley Point C will be complete. Cotswold Archaeology, in collaboration with the South West Heritage Trust and Somerset County Council, on behalf of…
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Hinkley Point Archaeology films on YouTube

CA is pleased to present you with a South West Heritage Trust production of our Hinkley Point and Cannington Bypass archaeological excavations. Our work revealed fascinating evidence for past activity stretching back until around 3000 BC. Virtually all periods of the past were represented, including Iron Age and Roman settlements and a fascinating post-Roman cemetery…
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‘Landscapes of Power – The Archaeology and History of Hinkley Point’ Exhibition

An exhibition about the archaeology and history of Hinkley Point opens at The Museum of Somerset, Taunton Castle on Saturday 17 January. Included in the display will be finds from Cotswold Archaeology’s recent excavations and historic maps which show how the area has more recently developed. Neil Holbrook will be talking about the archaeology of…
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