CBA Festival of Archaeology 2020 Quiz

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This Neolithic, chambered long barrow is one of the Cotswold-Severn group of long barrows. Where is it?

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This late sixth-century buckle gold and garnet buckle was found in an Anglo-Saxon burial mound. Where was that burial mound?

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This medieval hospital is one of the finest examples of courtyard architecture in England. Where is it?

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This long barrow is an earthwork structure built around fifty local sarsen-stone megaliths. At the eastern end of the tumulus was a stone chamber, into which human remains were deposited. What is its name?

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Where is this remarkable Norman font?

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This alms house was originally part of a bishop’s palace, then it became a private townhouse and finally an alms house. Where is it?

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This long barrow is a Neolithic chambered tomb of the Cotswold Severn type. Excavations by G. B. Witts in 1881 and later by E. M. Clifford gave the barrow an irregular appearance. It was therefore completely covered over in-order to protect it sometime after 1976. Where is it?

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This hillfort was first excavated in 1881 by Pitt-Rivers.  Where is it?

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The external wall of a monastic frater (refectory) showing the exterior of the pulpit from which readings were given during meals. Where is this site?

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This intriguing apsidal chapel is at the base of a tower.  Where is it?

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This was once a large Bronze Age barrow cemetery, but now only three barrows remain. However, one of those three barrows is one of the largest and finest disc barrows in England. Where is it?

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About five hundred years after the initial abandonment of this hillfort, two Roman temples were built within the area of the fort. Where is it?

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