The author wishes to acknowledge the support and patience of the Archaeology Data Service and Internet Archaeology for this project through the Open Archaeology Fund Award, and the School of History, Classics and Archaeology at Newcastle University who awarded a small research grant. I also wish to thank Revd John Dawson and the churchwardens of St Mary and St Hardulph, Tim Allen of Historic England and Breedon Aggregates for permissions to undertake the surveys. For reading earlier drafts of this work and their assistance I am very grateful to Caron Newman (who supervised the original dissertation), Peter Liddle, Sam Turner, Alex Turner, David Boyson and the anonymous reviewer.
Cite this as: Whittaker, C. 2019 Breedon Hill, Leicestershire: new surveys and their implications, Internet Archaeology 52. https://doi.org/10.11141/ia.52.6
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