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Cawrence Geophysical Survey 2011

Cawrence is one of the best known and most commonly illustrated crop-marked enclosures in southwest Wales. It is in an intensive agricultural regime. This project was designed to examine damage and survival on this potentially very important site. The geophysical survey records very clear evidence of a ditched enclosure with a smaller internal enclosure. The strength and clarity of the survey results suggests good survival of cut archaeological features, in particular the enclosure ditches and postholes or pits associated with the main entranceway.

The magnetometry survey of Cawrence


Cawrence Geophysical Report 2011 (PDF - opens in a new window)


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