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

Field boundaries and enclosures to the East of Peartree farm were excavated in advance of construction of the A428 Bypass in 1992-4. An Iron Age settlement was overlain by a low-status Romano-British farmstead of the 2nd-4th centuries.

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Roman Camp identified from aerial photographs and visible as earthworks situated north west of Balmers Farm (see NY 53 NW 1, for a more fuller record).

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Cropmarks of a Romano British settlement consisting of a number of linear features and a building. Finds include building materials, 2nd to 4th century pottery, coins, a 4th century spoon, a ring and a brooch.

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

Surface finds of Roman pottery dating from the 1st to the 4th century, mill-stones and tile in area of soil cropmarks and earthworks of rectilinear ditches.

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A Romano British settlement with cropmarks of ditched enclosures with finds of 2nd to 4th century pottery. There was evidence for Medieval drainage ditches.

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Roman enclosure with buildings, known as Tunnel Mouth Camp. Earthworks of a quadrangular enclosure have been reduced by ploughing since the 1970s; buildings, both within and without the enclsoure, are seen as cropmarks and indicated by spread of pottery, tile, and sandstone and limestone f...

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

A large villa with walled courtyard, the main house had two corridors, mosaics, hypocausts and baths; outbuildings flank the house on two sides, enclosing the courtyard; an aisled farmhouse? Cropmarks of a possible trackway and enclosure.

THE BURY

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

The earthwork remains of an enclosure, roughly trapezoidal in shape, occupies the E end of a low spur situated in the bottom of the Wylye valley. Colt-Hoares plan shows an area of 21.06ha enclosed by a bank, which on the N, above the river, is replaced by an outward falling scarp. Despite...

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

The site of a Roman rural settlement at Chesterton, comprising the remains of a small fortified settlement together with the buried remains of a larger settlement to the south and east. Pottery and other artefacts date the site to between the 2nd to late 4th centuries AD. Evidence for Iron...

EBSBURY OR GROVELY EARTHWORKS

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

Remains of an Iron Age enclosed settlement, field system and possible hillfort, and a Romano-British enclosed settlement. These occupy a hilltop on a NE spur of downland. The possible hillfort partially encloses an oval area measuring 700m by 400m. In the interior is a field system complex...