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The Grange, Cambourne, Iron Age / Roman enclosureThe Grange, Cambourne, Iron Age / Roman enclosure
800 years of occupation: Iron Age and Roman village. The brown stripes are Saxon and   Medieval ridge and furrow. The black lines are Roman features.800 years of occupation: Iron Age and Roman village. The brown stripes are Saxon and Medieval ridge and furrow. The black lines are Roman features.
Archaeologist at work: A large team of archaeologists from Wessex Archaeology have  worked at Cambourne for over four years.Archaeologist at work: A large team of archaeologists from Wessex Archaeology have worked at Cambourne for over four years.
Housing under development: Up to 35 archaeologists have worked on and off for seven years at the site at Cambourne nine miles west of Cambridge in advance of the construction of a new settlement with 3,300 homes.Housing under development: Up to 35 archaeologists have worked on and off for seven years at the site at Cambourne nine miles west of Cambridge in advance of the construction of a new settlement with 3,300 homes.
Cambourne from the air: This photograph shows the Cambourne development from the air.Cambourne from the air: This photograph shows the Cambourne development from the air.
Excavations: Excavation and recording of a large ditch.Excavations: Excavation and recording of a large ditch.
Trial trenchesTrial trenches