Problems of phasing: A reconsideration of the Black Patch Middle Bronze Age 'nucleated village'

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Authors: Russell, M.

Journal: Oxford Journal of Archaeology

Volume: 15

Pages: 33-38

ISSN: 0262-5253

DOI: 10.1111/j.1468-0092.1996.tb00072.x

The Middle Bronze Age settlement complex of Black Patch, East Sussex, originally considered to represent the remains of a single phase ‘nucleated village’, is here reconsidered as representing the remains of two chronologically distinct settlement units. The dangers inherent in overlooking sequence and assuming contemporaneity for all archaeological features revealed within the course of a single excavation, are outlined.

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Authors: Russell, M.

Journal: Oxford Journal of Archaeology

Volume: 15

Issue: 1

Pages: 33-38

ISSN: 0262-5253

DOI: 10.1111/j.1468-0092.1996.tb00072.x

The Middle Bronze Age settlement complex of Black Patch, East Sussex, originally considered to represent the remains of a single phase 'nucleated village', is here reconsidered as representing the remains of two chronologically distinct settlement units. The dangers inherent in overlooking sequence and assuming contemporaneity for all archaeological features revealed within the course of a single excavation, are outlined.

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