This section contains links and downloads pertaining to caves of archaeological interest.
An overview of the archaeology of Mendip caves and karst by Vince Simmonds (revised 2016).
A Gazeteer of Caves, Fissures and Rock Shelters in Great Britain (including South West England), Containing Human Remains - a database compiled by Andrew T. Chamberlain, University of Manchester and hosted by University of Bristol Spelaeological Society.
Somerset Archaeological and Natural History Society - a society dedicated to promoting and protecting the heritage of the County of Somerset.
Wells & Mendip Museum - Home to many important cave related documents and artefacts. Permanent exhibits include the Balch Room and the Netherworld of Mendip.
https://www.english-heritage.org.uk/publications/archaeological-aerial-survey-northern-mendip-hills-nmp/Northern_Mendip_Hills_AONB_NMP_Report_web.pdf - An English Heritage archaeological aerial survey of the northern Mendip Hills.
http://www1.somerset.gov.uk/archives/hes/downloads/swarfweb.pdf - The Archaeology of South West England (SWARF / Somerset County Council).
http://archaeologydataservice.ac.uk - ADS (Archaeology Data Service)
http://www1.somerset.gov.uk/archives/hes/downloads/HES_MendipAONB.pdf - Mendip Hills, An Archaeological Survey of the A.O.N.B, by Peter Ellis
http://archaeologydataservice.ac.uk/archives/view/combedown_oa_2012 - Combe Down Stone Mines, Oxford Archaeology (South), 2012