Report on the excavation of two sites in the Ouzel Valley; both were settled in the Iron Age and the Saxon period. Though only a couple of miles apart, they are on different subsoils and have different settlement histories. The Pennyland site is the largest early/middle Saxon site to have been excavated in the region; the report provides a full account of the sunken huts and halls and other features as well as of the pottery and artefacts.
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Book Description Buckinghamshire Archaeological Society 1993, 1993. Book Condition: New. New paperback. Slight crease to cover otherwise fine and unread History. Bookseller Inventory # A129035