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Continues from 90/243 with reports on further fieldwork suggesting areas of Meso, BA and Iron Age activity, a long-lived RB site, and a complex of fishpond and terraces which may represent postmed gardens. Other reports cover surveys of the geology, botany, cropmark, and documentary evidence for the manor of Shapwick and some recording of vernacular buildings has been done.
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Aston, M A ED  `The Shapwick Project: a topographical and historical study. 1989 (2nd) report' Univ Bristol Dept for Continuing Education Bristol 128 pp, pls, figs, tables, refs. Price £5 by post (pb, plastic binding) 0 86292 355 7 
128 pp, pls, figs, tables, refs. Price £5 by post (pb, plastic binding)