Archaeological investigations in response to the expansion of Pode Hole sand and gravel quarry (Cambridgeshire, east England), exposed a well-preserved prehistoric Fen-edge landscape covering an area of approximately 24 hectares. Pottery dates and a series of radiocarbon determinations reveal that the site was occupied throughout the second millennium BC, with activity apparently intensifying later in that period. A substantial assemblage of locally made Bronze Age pottery and other artefacts was gathered during the excavations.
Principal Specialist Contributions from Paul Buckland, Kate Brayne, Catherine Langdon, Gemma Martin, Elaine Morris, James Rackham, Rob Scaife, Maisie Taylor, Jane Wheeler and Tania Wilson
Illustrations by Steven J. Allen, Charlotte Bentley, Jacqueline Harding, Chloe Watson and David Watt 0