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Lann, St Hydrocs Church

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

The place-name of Lanhydrock contains the Cornish element lann `enclosed cemetery together with the Cornish saints name of Hydroc (Padel, 1985, 142-5; 1988, 106). Many Cornish parish churches are located within sub-circular enclosures, which are probably the remains of lanns (Preston Jones...

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Find Spot of Medieval Pottery, Avebury

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

Further medieval sherds were collected from a large number of molehills along the southern and western edges of the car park in 1996.

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Probable Saxon burials in the agger of the Roman Road, Overton Down Avebury

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

Skeletons found in 1957, apparently found c1957 in the agger of the Roman road when it was bull-dozed flat atthe point where it crosses the Ridge-Way.Their date is uncertain, but they have been suggested to be Anglo-Saxon and related to the inhumations excavated to the north by Smith (MNA...

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Causeway St. Patricks Road, Coney Island

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

Coney Island was used in the Early Christian period and there is a possibility/association that St. Patrick used the Island as a retreat. It is believed that St. Patrick walked across from the mainland using a ford now known as St. Patricks Road. This belief is perpetuated by a monument of...

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Lynchet, Hindhead

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

A lynchet of possible early medieval date, marking the edge of formerly cultivated land.In 1992 the earthwork was observed as a hillside terrace within woodland

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Old Road (b)

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

Section only c.240m long branching from main element and curving to NE of Berwick New House farmstead towards its farmland. Cut by canal in 1793 and abandonded. Not traceable on the ground, even unrecorded on estate map of 1813, but respected by medieval ridge and furrow.

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Saxon pottery, Bramber Castle

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

Excavations in Bramber Castle in 1966-7 revealed a few sherds of Saxon pottery.{1} For the castle see 4291.Sources(1) Excavation archive: Barton KJ & Holden E. 1977. Excavations atBramber Castle. Archeaol Journ. 134:11-79Status: Scheduled Monument

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Connicut Lane, holloway, Polesden Lacey

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

Old trackway, probably medieval road described in medieval documents in Chertsey Abbey records (see Toms et al and Jenkinson). Deeply scoured hollow in places, particularly towards southern end.Status: Registered Park or GardenGrade: II*

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Lynchet or River Terrace, Hindhead

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

A lynchet or river terrace, the exact nature being undermined from field survey, marking the edge of formerly cultivated land or a river terrace formed through the natural erosion of the valley by a small stream. Possibly the early medieval period.In 1992 the earthwork were observed as a h...

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Shell Middens - Whitford Burrows, North Gower Properties

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

middens consisting of cockle shells which were first described by the O.S. in 1956. At SS44129473 they noted a mound of cockle shells with a few mussel shells and much scattered burnt stone which was 7.0m in diameter and 0.5m high. A second mound at SS44139472 consisting entirely of cock...

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