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Issue 48. Iron Age Settlement in Wales

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Published with the aid of an Archaeological Publication grant from Cadw, Welsh Government's historic environment service

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Editorial
Ken Murphy

Issue Proposal received: Sept 2014; Accepted: March 2016; Published: 26 February 2018

A Brief Introduction to Iron Age Settlement in Wales
Matthew Ritchie

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Historical Excavation and Survey of Hillforts in Wales: some critical issues
Graeme Guilbert

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Humans and Landscape
Astrid Caseldine

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The Atlantic Coast
Ken Murphy

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Hillforts and Hut Groups of North-West Wales
George Smith

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Hillforts and Defended Enclosures of the Welsh Borderland
W.J. Britnell and R.J. Silvester

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Romano-British Settlement in South-East Wales
Edith Evans

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New Perspectives on the Architecture and Function of Welsh Hillforts
Toby Driver

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The Iron Age Today
Harold Mytum

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