This work is now published as: Lock, G., Gosden, C. and Daly, P. 2005. Segsbury Camp. Excavations in 1996 and 1997 at an Iron Age hillfort on the Oxfordshire Ridgeway. Oxford: University of Oxford School of Archaeology Monograph 61.
The report describes the periodic occupation of the hillfort between the 6th and 2nd centuries BC and suggests that it is a communal centre for various activities including sheep management and exchange.
The following specialists reports are available as PDF downloads:
- The later prehistoric pottery by Lisa Brown
- Iron Age animal bone by Jacqui Mulville and Adrienne Powell
- The human skeletal assemblage by Angela Boyle
- Carbonised plant remains by David Ingham and Mark Robinson
- Molluscan analysis by David Ingham and Mark Robinson
- The flint by Jodie Humphrey
- The daub and fired clay and briquetage by Cynthia Poole
- The worked stone by Fiona Roe
- The slag-like material by Chris Salter