Hampshire excavations # 6 — Hampshire Archaeology

An occasional series, covering Hampshire digs large and small: the Anglo-Saxon village at Chalton, 1971-76. After some exploratory investigations in 1971, a major excavation took place on the hilltop called Church Down the following year, led by Peter Addyman, of the University of Southampton. Tim Champion took over the reins in 1973 and saw things to a conclusion. […]

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