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ix + 282-419pp, inc. 12 plates, 6 figs, cloth spined printed boards, lg. 4to some very light foxing to end papers Subsequent excavations to the Glastonbury Lake Village. These started with an exploratory excavtion in 1908 and continued until 1933. The waterlogged remains provide a major contribution to our understanding of the later Iron Age and the particularly rich finds, including the decorated pottery, spindle whorls, weaving combs, bone, worked amber, glass, bronze objects and evidence for metal work give a major insight into the society & crafts of this period.
Title: The Meare Lake Village :A Full Description of the Excavations and Relics from the Eastern Half of the West Village, 1910-1933, Vol. III
Publisher: Privately Published: 1966
Book Condition: Very good
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