Location

Site Name
Kittle Hill Cave
Parish
Pennard
Gower Region
South Mid-Gower
Latitude
0
Longitude
0
X
Y
Z
0
OSNG

Identification

Position
Entrance
Entrance Height (m)
0
Entrance Width (m)
0
Type of Cave
Access

Description

Discoveries

Archaeology
Charcoal
Time Period-Culture
Fauna
Common Shrew - Sorex araneus, Badger - Meles meles, Cave Bear - Ursus spelauys, Bison - Bison priscus, Wild Ox - Bos primegenius
Notes

Bibliography

Allen, E. E. and Rutter, J. G. (1948) Gower Caves: A Survey of the Gower Caves with an Account of Recent Excavations, Part 2. Welsh Guides. Available at: https://books.google.co.uk/books?id=ZNNQOgAACAAJ&dq=inauthor:%22J.+G.+Rutter%22&hl=en&sa=X&ei=bwicVcu5EcHYU-mYqKAL&ved=0CDQQ6AEwAg (Accessed: 7 July 2015).
Dinnis, R. et al. (2013) ‘Archaeological test excavations at two caves in Bishopston Valley, Gower, South Wales, UK. The caves of Gower and of Bishopston Valley’, Transactions of the British Cave Research Association, 40(1), pp. 17–21. Available at: https://www.academia.edu/5980632/Archaeological_test_excavations_at_two_caves_in_Bishopston_Valley_Gower_South_Wales_UK._The_caves_of_Gower_and_of_Bishopston_Valley (Accessed: 19 June 2015).
Dinnis, R., Davies, J. and Chamberlain, A. (2010) ‘Non-invasive assessment of the archaeological potential of cave deposits: the example of Bishopston Valley Caves, Gower, South Wales.’, Cave and Karst Science, 37(2), pp. 45–48. Available at: https://www.academia.edu/1842546/Dinnis_R._Davies_J._and_Chamberlain_A._2010._Non-invasive_assessment_of_the_archaeological_potential_of_cave_deposits_the_example_of_Bishopston_Valley_Caves_Gower_South_Wales._Cave_and_Karst_Science_37_2_45-48 (Accessed: 19 June 2015).
Riches, W. (1926) Kittle Hill Cave. The Royal Institution for South Wales report for 1926. The Royal Institution for South Wales, pp. 30–31.

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