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find spot of RB Pottery at Lowland Point, Coverack

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

A few pottery sherds and 11m, shells went noticed in the low cliffs in 1935, site LN2 (Dowson 1968a, 17). In 1973 the OS collected a few fragmentary sherds similar to those from site (90570*0). Eroded field edges were observed in the sea 0.5m below the present ground level. No artifacts ob...

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Roman Legionary Fortress (Eboracum), part of

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

The remains of the Roman legionary fort at York (Eboracum) underlie the whole of the Treasurers House property, and separate pieces of NT property on Ogleforth and Goodramgate, in the northern part of the walled city. The via decumana of the fortress lies under Chapter House Street, markin...

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Cropmarks in Short Wood

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

Linear, parallel, cropmarks visible on aerial photographs have been noted within the northern and western portion of Short Wood. The features are visible on a photograph published during the 1960s when they were interpreted as possible stock enclosures of Romano-British date (Clifford...

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The Bulwarks, Minchinhampton Common

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

This portion of the Bulwarks contains both the best preserved section and some of the worst erosion (around SO86530123) on the entire length of the Bulwarks. A short section of eroded roadside bank, 20m wide and 0.5m high, ends at SO86520123, and the gap in the Bulwarks between this point...

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Room 31, Chedworth Roman Villa

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

Rectangular room, with incomplete walls on west, east and south sides. No visible features, but earlier excavation has prompted interpretation as a larder or storeroom associated with the kitchen (room 30). Wall caps are of pitched concrete tile. Interior is laid to grass. Walls on west...

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Find spot of Roman pottery and bone, Chyvarloe, Penrose

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

Roman potsherds, ashes, charcoal, animal bones, bronze and large stones suggesting a building found in 1860 at this site. No traces visible on ground or on APs today.

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Site of Romano-British Occupation Site, Clevedon Court

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

Excavations were made in the Lower Garden at Clevedon Court in 1961-1962 by North Somerset Archaeological Research Group. Romano-British occupation layers and burials were found hitherto undisturbed, and in many places sealed by medieval layers. Only a very small amount of this occupation...

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Assumed Roman Road (course unclear; may follow Ralph Allen Drive), Bath Skyline

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

The line of the possible road may lie closer to that of Blind Lane and Pope’s Walk leading up the spur which separates Widcombe from Lyncombe. It is only recorded here because of its presence on the RBM SMR – the reasons for its inclusion in the latter are unclear, the entry being particul...

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Roman pottery, Highdown Hill

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

Excavation of a trench about 90ft S. of the bath house on Highdown Hill (see 2238) revealed two pits and two postholes datable by pottery to Iron Age A (see 2268). Also found were 3 sherds of Roman pottery.{1} The area is under the plough. Nothing of interest was noted in 1970.{2}Sources(...

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Mickleham Downs, Box Hill

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

Within the area of the Celtic field system (127002), this site is thickly provided with pot boilers abd sherds of IA A type have been found. Finds from this and other sites in area of field system (see 127005, 127006, 127007) are part in Guildford Museum and part in possession of Mr R N Bo...

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