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Boundary documented, Sherborne Park Estate, Sherborne

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

Former boundary, first documented on maps dating to c.1820 (Glos RO D678 Acc. 4930; Glos RO D1388) when it divided a pasture field called Milking Hill from another pasture field to the north called Home Common. The boundary was also plotted on OS County Series maps dating between c.1882-19...

Earthworks, Wicken Vision Area A

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

Cambridge HER recordsFieldwalking undertaken in advance of the submission of detailed plans for the widening of the A45. Field 20, W ofBiggen Abbey. Fieldwalking produced no finds. A band of gravels occurs on the W side of the house, this mayindicate encroachment of the field on the earlie...

Upper Grims Ditch, short length

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

Ditch and bank forming short, curving length of Grims Ditch on Pitstone Hill. Climbs up slope from lower ditch to top of western escarpment.To NW terminates short of lower ditch system. To SE fades out adjacent to present footpath. Earthworks low and rounded, and much less prominent than...

Group of three adjoining golf tees at Box, Minchinhampton

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

A small group of three adjacent golf tees, in an L- shaped layout, each 10m square, and set into the slight slope so that the northwestern corner of each is recessed 0.2m into the ground, and the southeastern is 0.2m high.Status: Scheduled Monument

A Green on the minature golf course west of Lantern Wood

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

A sub circular flat area surrounded on three sides by a low rounded bank, the area measures 13m by 15m and the banks stand to roughly 0.5m in height.

Earthwork, Stony Bottom, Slindon Estate

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

NMR Nos. WSCC Site No. 1754 (SU95281138)A broad, low, bank appoax. 0.3m in height travels southwards from the northern end of the field. Clearer on APs than on the ground and must be associated with other features in the same field. Ploughing will certainly destroy any remaining physical...

Earthworks SW of Implement Shed, Arlington

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

The remains of a large flattened bank, aligned approx. N-S, about 4m wide with a possible ditch on the W, 1.5m wide x 0.2m high. The bank is about 35m long, fades at the N end, with a short 5m length off to the W at the N end. Part of a small complex of features.

Earthwork feature, Hawksmoor

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

The most prominent feature of the estate is the steep sided conical hill immediately to the W of the farmstead. Startlingly motte like, it is probably largely natural, but the possibility of its having been modified out of the hill spur for the defensive or observational purposes exists. B...

Bank, Croft Castle

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

Tree avenue (remains), west side of the Course, Stowe

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

(1) A line of tree holes and tree stumps lies on the west side of the Course at Stowe, centred at SP 6705 3735. These mark an avenue of trees which were probably planted sometime in the early 19th century. The 1814 OS map shows a double avenue here, the 1843 estate plan a triple avenue - a...