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Betton Abbots

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Old field boundaries? <3>

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Fox Hall

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Single ditch describing an arc roughly E/W. Other irregular ditches suggest part of a field system. A Tyler comment, 1080 <?>

Morton Farm

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Irregular ditches, possible field system adjoining Montgomery Canal (SA 927). A Tyler comment, 1980. Replotted 1991 from 1990 APs <9>/ In 1995 a desk top evaluation of the archaeological implications of Phase 3 of the Montgomery Canal Restoration was carried out by Malcolm Reid....

Foxall Cottages Enclosure

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

A small single ditched enclosure (NE and SE sides visible) within a large single ditched enclosure with entrance gap on the NE side. Linear features to the NE may be another enclosure or a field system . I Burrow comment, 1977 <?>Excavation in 1977 at 2 points across the inner and ou...

Cefn Guntly S

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Evaluated for MPP in 1990-1, as one of less than 10 Regular Aggregate Field Systems (Prehistoric). Field system remains, Medieval or earlier (poss BA/IA) <1>/ Subsequently observed and photographed from the air <2>

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Cropmark Complex around Norton

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A complex series of at least three droveways converging from the North and meeting just North of the Wroxeter defences, the upcast from which clearly covers any extension to the South. Fields or other enclosures are visible to the East of the eastern droveway and other more definite rectil...