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|HER Number:||TR 15 SE 336|
|Type of record:||Monument|
|Name:||Iron Age activity, Star Hill, Bridge|
A few pits and some residual material suggesting Late Iron Age activity in the area.
|Grid Reference:||TR 1864 5366|
|Parish:||BRIDGE, CANTERBURY, KENT|
- PIT (Late Iron Age - 100 BC to 50 BC)
- SHERD (Late Iron Age - 100 BC to 50 BC)
|Protected Status:||Selected Heritage Inventory for Natural England: Bourne Park, restored 18th century parkland, Roman villa, numerous crop marks of ring ditches and enclosures, Bridge|
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Between 2003 and 2006 the Kent Archaeological Field School carried out a series of investigations in the area. A few small pits and some residual material may be of Late Iron Age date. (1)
<1> Kent Archaeological Field School, 2008, The archaeological investigation of a hexagonal feature at Star Hill, Bridge, near Canterbury, Kent 2003-6 (Unpublished document). SKE17738.
Sources and further reading
|<1>||Unpublished document: Kent Archaeological Field School. 2008. The archaeological investigation of a hexagonal feature at Star Hill, Bridge, near Canterbury, Kent 2003-6. |