This section contains links and downloads pertaining to caves of archaeological interest.

A summary of an assemblage of bones and a pot sherd found in Wookey Hole cave, Mendip Hills, Somerset by Vince Simmonds, 2016.

An overview of the archaeology of Mendip caves and karst by Vince Simmonds (revised 2016).

The Brownes’ Hole Cave, Stoke St Michael by Andrew Edwards et al, Dec 2022.

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. - An English Heritage archaeological aerial survey of the northern Mendip Hills. - The Archaeology of South West England (SWARF / Somerset County Council). - ADS (Archaeology Data Service) - Mendip Hills, An Archaeological Survey of the A.O.N.B, by Peter Ellis - Combe Down Stone Mines, Oxford Archaeology (South), 2012

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