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Wall, Hentor Warren, Upper Plym Valley

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

Broad, low, turf-covered, earth and stone bank in which some irregular stones are visible. A lack of heather-cover is a distinguishing feature amidst this heavily overgrown field system. Wall bounds north-eastern side of field (102840*1) and north-western side of adjacent field (102841*1)....

Linear boundary, Boscubben Hill

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

Forming the southern edge of Boscubben is this 245 m long, straight boundary. It fossilises the terminal boundary of the possible Bronze Age (?) co-axial field system.The boundary varies considerably in form as it climbs the gentle western slope of Boscubben Hill towards Boscubben Carn. St...

Wall, Hentor Warren, Upper Plym Valley

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

Stone wall which bounds north-western side of field (102841*1). It is composed of coursed dry-stone masonry revetting steep hillslope; wall is 0.20 metres high on uphill, south-eastern face, but drops 0.90 metres downhill, although soil creep may account for some of this discrepancy. Wall...

Wall, forming NW boundary of Hentor Warren field system, Upper Plym Valley

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

Stone wall which bounds north-western side of adjacent fields (Mons. 102842a and 102845a). It is composed of coursed dry-stone masonry revetting steep hillslope; wall merges with ground surface on uphill, south-eastern face, but drops one metre downhill, although soil creep may partially m...

Wall forming south-east boundary of Hentor Farm field system

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

Dry-stone, possibly medieval, wall which marks southern extent of field system around Hentor Farm (Mon. 102910). It is composed of irregular medium-sized stones and rubble. There are several gaps along length of wall, and it cuts through a small prehistoric enclosure (Mon. 102533). A gap a...

GODSTOW ABBEY

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

Benedictine Nunnery founded circa 1133 dissolved 1539 surviving as the ruins of a 16th century chapel and enclosure with part of wall. Partly excavated, although no details of the layout had been revealed. Stone coffins have been discovered. Descriptions of the buildings shortly after the...

Former Field Boundary (Elfwick Field), Smallhythe Place, Kent

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

HistoryThe small, irregular nature of the field bounded by this feature may be of medieval origin. There are references from 1512 of a number of men holding land in Queens Close (identified in this report as Elfwick Field), suggesting that the modern field was once subdivided into a number...

Wall at southern end of Hentor Warren field system

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

Dilapidated wall in which some stones are visible. It is broken by Hentor Track thirty-three metres from south- western end, and disappears in marshy ground for a length of twenty-seven metres, sixty metres from south-western end. Forty- five metres from north-eastern end, wall is abutted...

WORMLEIGHTON

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

The buried and earthwork remains of the medieval settlement of Wormleighton, including the remains of the moated site of the manor house, tofts, crofts, house platforms and allotments of the medieval village, with its associated hollow ways, field boundaries, enclosures, and medieval ridge...

Relict field boundary, towards NW of OS4378

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

A roughly N/S aligned relict field boundary lies towards the NW of the centre of OS4378. This mainly appears as a W-facing scarp up to 30cm high at the top of a slope leading down to the stream marking the W edge of the field, 15m away. This commences in the S roughly E of the dog-leg in t...