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Technology at the transition: relationships between culture, style and function in the Late Iron Age determined through the analysis of artefacts

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  title={Technology at the transition: relationships between culture, style and function in the Late Iron Age determined through the analysis of artefacts},
  author={Mary Anne Davis},
  year={2014}
}
The principle aim of the thesis was to examine the technology of Late Iron Age decorated metal work at a time of dynamic change from both internal and external factors. The objects chosen for this study were predominantly from dry land hoards, and superficially had many aspects in common. The majority of these hoards were deposited in Britain in the mid first century AD (slightly later in the case of Middlebie in south west Scotland), and located in areas of attested historical conflict with… 

An Unusual Imported Bronze Jug Handle from Late Iron Age Easton, Suffolk

ABSTRACT Developer-funded excavation in Easton, Suffolk, investigated part of a long-lived Iron Age settlement and Roman farmstead. One late Iron Age pit contained an unusual bronze handle, most

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