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Rothley Stell, Wallington

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

An Iron Age hillfort occupies a prominent rock outcrop with wide views on all sides except the NE. On the W and S sides the defences consist of a single rampart. On the N and E sides there are two ramparts and two ditches, with an additional counterscarp bank beyond the outer ditch on the...

Roman settlement, Wicken Vision Area A

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

Cambridge HER records Roman settlement lies on chalk marl at about 40ft above OD. Aps have revealed as soilmarks and cropmarks acomplex group of enclosures covering about 5 acres. Interpretation of the site is difficult owing to Mod ploughing andthe existence of a common field headland ove...

Arthill Farm BA & RB Cropmarks, Little Bollington (not NT)

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

County SMR No CCC 2061/1/0Description: Site first appeared as a cropmark in 1969. Composed of a series of sub-rectangular enclosures and/or field boundaries, sited on sand and lying on the third terrace above the River Mersey. Discovery of a perforated macehead (CCC SMR No 2061/1/1) promp...

Rectangular enclosure on SW side of Uffington Castle

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

The remains of a probable rectilinear enclosure and associated length of trackway of unknown date were seen ascropmarks/soil marks centred at SU 2973 8620 and mapped from aerial photographs. The enclosure appears to bedefined by a single ditch, has straight sides and curved corners and...

Roman settlement, Greenleighton Hill, Wallington

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

Centred at NZ 0320 9200 is a sub-rectangular enclosure formed by a residual bank and ditch. The eastern perimeter and the SE corner of the enclosure have been destroyed by limestone quarrying but much of the interior remains untouched. As it now survives the enclosure measures c. 70m N-S b...

Site of Small Romano-British Enclosure 150m N of Badbury

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

A small enclosure approximately 21m long by 12m wide and apparently abutting the north-west side of the Dorchester to Old Sarum road along its long side is visible on aerial photograph ST9603/4. It appears to be of Romano-British date, possibly a staging post, but no datable evidence was f...

Iron Age or Romano British Round ( Enclosure ) at Foage

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

A roughly circular enclosure c35m internal diameter, with fairly substantial banks, up to 2.0m wide, 0.8m high. No sign of ditch but area heavily overgrown. West downhill side damaged by later field boundary. Possible that any original entrance would have been here. If a round, a defended...

Rectangular enclosure on SW side of Uffington Castle

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

The remains of a probable rectilinear enclosure and associated length of trackway of unknown date were seen ascropmarks/soil marks centred at SU 2973 8620 and mapped from aerial photographs. The enclosure appears to bedefined by a single ditch, has straight sides and curved corners and...

Roman settlement site, Wimpole

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

Verbal communication by P Wade-Martins in 1986 recorded that he had found a Roman site at the angle of the two Roman roads in the SW corner of the Wimpole Estate - opposite Bridge Farm at the junction of Ermine Street and the fork to Cambridge - marked by a pottery scatter (NTSMR 00079)A r...

Site of Enclosure, N of Sweetbriar Drove, Pamphill

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

An enclosure ditch is clear on aerial photograph NMR ST9500/1 in the south-west corner of a field. Its south edge is cut by Sweetbriar Drove which truncates about 20% of the feature. There are other enclosures in the same field 112,503 and the B.P. pipeline unearthed Roamn and Iron Age set...