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Cwm Goch: Boundary Bank

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

A length of low bank which continues for a distance of about 50m following the contour above the S bank of the Afon Goch. It is grass grown with no visible stones. Perhaps part of a once more extensive system and associated with sites 41676 and/or 41677 which lie about 200m SE. Bank abo...

Earthwork & Boundaries near Brewers Marsh, Winchelsea Town

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

History of the Site: From its location, this dog- legged boundary running up towards the south-western corner of St. Leonards churchyard is in all probabilities the boundary between Pett Morris alias Pett Iham to the south and Hanging Field to the north [ESRO AMS 4617]. The boundary had be...

Relict field boundary, centre-E of OS4549

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

A slight earthwork c.40m long represents the position of a former field boundary in the centre of OS4549. It is an E-facing scarp of a maximum height of 35cm, first visible half way down the main slope of the field and running into the natural platform at its foot. The most eastern of a se...

Woodland boundary bank, Brockhampton Estate

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

Possible Course of Godlingston Medieval Manorial Boundary

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

A hedge bank 200m east of Godlingston Wood runs from the west edge of Round Down to Washpond Lane then follows the west side of the cemetery down to the south end of the farm. It is aligned north to south following a gently curving course. It is shown on the 1775 map ( Woodward) and may da...

Field Boundaries. Sharpenhoe Clappers

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

Early maps show an irregular field named Broad Piece. The field was incorporated into a larger field with its outlines still visible as low banks and headland features in 1980. These features are now ploughed out.

Deerpark Boundary, SW End Deerpark Wood, Arlington

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

The SW boundary of Deerpark Wood is also the medieval deerpark boundary, built in the 1340s. The boundary consists of an inner ditch 2m wide x 0.3-0.4m deep and large stone-faced bank. In places the bank is degraded, but where it survives in good condition it is still 1.5-2m high x 1.6-2m...

Devils Dyke boundary ditch & drain, High Peak Estate

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

The dyke follows a sinuous course from SK 092 936 (which is its lowest point, where it turns NW to drain into Crooked Clough) running NE to SK 098 942. The O.S first Ed. 1 inch map shows the dike turning through 90 degress at this point and continuing to the head of Crooked Clough at SK 09...

Possible medieval strips/outfields, Boscubben

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

Within the fields Lamb Meadow (TA 2081), Grouse (TA 2080), and the north-west end of Long field (TA 2078) (see Tithe Map) are a series of straight lynchets parallel with the shorter boundaries of the fields. Their effect is to create a row of short chunky strips, c 60 m long, 20 to 30 m wi...

Boundary bank, NW Roughtor

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

A linear boundary bank, probably of medieval date, runs in a roughly north to south line along the lower west-north-west facing slopes of Roughtor Moor. It appears to have been associated with the medieval settlement of Stannon (SX 127 802). Only a short length (centred at SX 1414 8114) o...