Further reading on the archaeology of SW Wiltshire:
Cunnington, M. 1938. Artefacts from excavations on Cold Kitchen Hill. Wiltshire Archaeology and Natural History Museum.
Draper, S.A. 2004. Landscape , settlement and society : Wiltshire in the 1st millennium AD., 236.
Eagles, B. 2001. Anglo-Saxon Culture and Presence in Wiltshire c. AD 450- c. 675, in P. Ellis (ed.) Roman Wiltshire and After. Papers in Honor of Ken Annable: 199–233. Devizes: Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Society.
Ellis, P. (ed.) 2001 Roman Wiltshire and After. Papers in Honor of Ken Annable: 199–233. Devizes: Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Society.
Field, D. and McOmish, D. 2017 The making of prehistoric Wiltshire. Amberley Publishing, Stroud, Gloucestershire.
Hawkes, C., L. Brown. & S.C. Hawkes. 2012. Longbridge Deverill Cow Down: An Early Iron Age Settlement in West Wiltshire. Oxford: Oxbow.
Hoare, R.C. 1812. The Ancient History of South Wiltshire. 1975 repub. Wakefield: EP Publishing.
Pearson, M.P., J. Pollard., C. Richards., J. Thomas., C. Tilley. & K. Welham. 2008. The Stonehenge Riverside Project: exploring the Neolithic landscape of Stonehenge Documenta Praehistorica XXXV 7: 153–66.
Valdez-Tullett, A. and Roberts, D. 2017 Archaeological Investigation of a Square Enclosure on King Barrow Ridge. Historic England Research Report Series 58-2017. Portsmouth: Historic England. Available here.
David McOmish, David Field and Graham Brown. 2002. The Field Archaeology of the Salisbury Plain Training Area. Swindon: English Heritage.