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Enclosure and building platform on Novers Hill

Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

The monument will include the remains of a small enclosure and building platform situated below the summit of Novers Hill, most likely medieval or post-medieval in date. It lies on a gentle NE facing slope, set back from the hill edge and sheltered by the summit of the hill to the SW. The...

Ysbyty, Nant Serw: House or Hafod and Enclosure

Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

A house or possibly hafod situated not far from the N bank of the Afon Serw and beneath a low crag. It consists of a house with two, possibly three rooms and a large adjoining enclosure. The house consists of a larger room, rectangular in plan, about half of one end abutting the crag abo...

Ysbyty, Trawsnant: House and Enclosure

Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

A rectangular structure of piled stones several courses high, built long side into the slope perhaps a secondary building on a platform house site. There is no obvious entrance. To its SW is a further area enclosed by a stone and earth bank, more amorphous in plan - perhaps the remains...

enclosure, Hinton Ampner

Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

Square enclosure seen on aerial photographs. No trace of the feature was observed on the ground. A search of the available historic mapping suggested that the enclosure was not extant after the mid-19th century suggesting that the feature could be medieval or earlier in date. [SNA62834]

Hut circle, Willings Walls Warren, Upper Plym Valley

Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

Large, sub-circular structure, situated 0.60 metres inside south-eastern sector of enclosure wall (102588*1); a scatter of stones could be said to connect hut circle to enclosure wall. It consists of a widespread and tumbled turf- covered wall in which many irregular stones are visible. On...

Enclosure, Ochr y Bwlch, Hafod y Llan

Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

Drystone enclosure situated on a sloping ledge. It incorporates variable sie stones, boulders and slabs, including orthostats. Dims: c.20m x c.12m in area with walls c.0.9m thick x c.1m high.

Enclosure, Sutton Hoo

Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

A prominent curving scarp situated in rough grass just above the marsh. The scarp is up to 7m wide and stands 1.1m high. Small quantities of medieval pottery , datable to the C12th- C14th, were recovered from molehills on the scarp and its vicinity,a nd it is possible that the scarp is par...

Irregular grassmark enclosure and features, Further Field, White Horse Hill

Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

Outline of an irregular enclosure with a large regular dark grassmark of unusual shape in the adjacent field, probably marking its full extent. Seen on AP north of the main hillfort, in Further Field. Probably cuts/cut by a ring ditch on the NE side. Overlain by ridge and furrow in the eas...

Abergwesyn Common: Llyn y Ferlen, Enclosure

Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

flattish ground with a ESE aspect a low drystone wall of tumbled stone partly grassed over. Sub-rectangular in form but with curving wall, measuring approximately 11.6m NE/SW x 5.3m NW/SE. Entrance probably SE and possibly with internal structure(?) (see sketch). An enclosure probably o...

Hut circle, Willings Walls Warren, Upper Plym Valley

Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

Badly damaged hut circle within enclosure (102590*1). It may have been incorporated in an earlier enclosure, represented by wall (102590*2). Southern and eastern sectors have been obliterated by leat (102047*0). Surviving northern and western sectors are composed of turf-covered banks in w...