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Viewing website implies consent to set cookies on your computer. Full details Swaledale and Arkengarthdale Archaeology Group
Registered Charitable Incorporated Organisation Number 1155775
SWAAG Honorary President:
Tim Laurie FSA
SWAAG Publications
Hungry Chert Quarries - Arkengarthdale
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SWAAG Excavation and Survey Reports can be read here
1. Why did the Romans build a fort at Bainbridge?  Peter Denison-Edson.  (July 2009) 

2. SWAAG Archaeological Report No. 1: The Fremington Project - An Iron Age/Romano-British Landscape at Hagg Farm (2010).

3. The Maiden Castle and West Hagg (Site 103) Geophysical Surveys report West Hagg Site 103 is detailed in SWAAG Archaeological Report No. 1. (2011).

4. SWAAG Archaeological Report No. 2: The Daggerstones Survey - An Archaeological Survey of Daggerstones Farm above Healaugh (2011).
5. Hagg Farm Site 101 Dig Report (2012 pdf 7.1MB)
6. Cogden Hall and Grinton East Mound Report (2012 pdf 8.8MB)
7.Dumpy Level: Serial level calculator (.xls) Excel spreadsheet to calculate serial levels obtained when using a Dumpy Level. Sheet 1 can be printed to take in the field to write down the levels. Sheet 2 is the spreadsheet, just follow the notes on the spreadsheet.
8. SWAAG Excavation Report Site 103 Feature 407 May 2013

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By Will Swales SWAAG Member