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Archaeology Quiz Number 7.
- Where in the South East did a finder sell a gold hoard for five shillings and sixpence?
- Who said the following and where was he? "But certainly it is a thing of great antiquity and I am mightily glad to see it."
- Which Kent hillfort is considered to be the one described by Caesar, following his second expedition in 54 BC, as a strongly fortified native oppidum which was stormed by the seventh legion?
- What is the "Holborough Knob"?
- What is the meaning of: Basilica; cup and rings marks; dendrochronology; dolmen; epigraphy; eolith; midden?