The Chiltern Grim's Ditch

@article{Dyer1963TheCG,
  title={The Chiltern Grim's Ditch},
  author={James F. Dyer},
  journal={Antiquity},
  year={1963},
  volume={37},
  pages={46 - 49}
}
In 1931 Dr O. G. S. Crawford published his survey of the Chiltern Grim’s Ditch in ANTIQUITY, and in the following issue Mr M. W. Hughes related it to Cuthwulf’s expedition to the Chilterns in A.D. 571. It is my intention in this paper to show that Mr Hughes had no evidence for so dating the earthwork and to demonstrate that it most probably belongs to the Iron Age. Closer study on the ground has shown that it is cut by two Roman roads, and is more extensive than Crawford realized, although he… 
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