Cambridge Archaeological Unit
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Publications

The CAU has a proven track record in bringing projects through to publication. This is demonstrated by the continued expansion of the CAU monograph series and the numerous other publications within local and national journals.

Copies of many of our reports can be downloaded from the Archaeological Data Service

Full Publications List

 

Fengate Revisited: Futher Fen-edge Excavations, Bronze Age Fieldsystems/Settlement and the Wyman Abbott/Leeds Archives.   Click to purchase this volume. The Anglo-Saxon Settlement and Cemetery at Bloodmoor Hill, Carlton Colville, Suffolk. EAA report No. 131.   Click to purchase this volume. Borderlands - The Archaeology of the Addenbrooke's Environs, South Cambridge.   Click to purchase this volume. A Line across Land: Survey and Excavation on the Isleham-Ely Pipeline. EAA report No. 121.   Click to purchase this volume. Past and Present: Excavations at Broom, Bedfordshire 1996-2005.   Click to purchase this volume. Between Broad Street and the Great Ouse. Waterfront archaeology in Ely. EAA report No. 114.   Click to purchase this volume. Excavations at Kilverstone, Norfolk. An episodic landscape history. EAA report No. 113. Click to purchase this volume. Marshland communities and cultural landscapes. From the Bronze Age to the present day. Click to purchase this volume. A Woodland Archaeology. Neolithic sites at Haddenham. Click to purchase this volume. The Saxon and Medieval settlement at West Fen Road, Ely. The Ashwell Site. EAA report No. 110.   Click to purchase this volume. Power and Island Communities. Excavations at the Wardy Hill Ringwork, Coveney, Ely. EAA report No. 103.  Click to purchase this volume.

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