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Digging Down in Datchet: Causewayed Enclosures in an Ancient Ritual Landscape
Weds 17 June, 12.30-1.30
Archaeologist John Powell has spent much of his fieldwork career at Wessex Archaeology uncovering the notable prehistoric landscape in Windsor. Excavations at Datchet revealed archaeological remains from multiple periods providing evidence that people have occupied, settled, farmed and altered the landscape since the end of the last Ice Age, a period of 12,000 years. The 2017 investigations at Riding Court Farm have provided evidence for Early Neolithic activity (4000–3350 BC) with the discovery of a previously unknown causewayed enclosure.