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Possible ridge and furrow cultivation, Hudder Down

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

Ridge and furrow cultivation on Hudder Down (west of Hells Mouth), is visible on air photographs taken by the RAF in 1946. CAU fieldwork revealed that there is very scant trace of cultivation ridges in this area, despite relatively clear vegetation (thin low gorse and long grasses). It is...

Field at W end of Hentor Warren field system, Upper Plym

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

Rectangular (slightly trapezoidal) field, part of co-axial field system in Hentor Warren, which is situated at southern side of axis - Willings Walls Reave (102540*0).Status: Scheduled Monument

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...

adandoned Trereed Farm above Lantivet Bay, Fowey

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

A wall fragment only remains of this farm. The name of the site is given as Trereda in the Henderson manuscript. The farm appears on an ordnance survey map of 1813, as well as the 1805 drawing (National Trust 1986).

Pilgrims Steps to E of dairy, St Michaels Mount

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

A gently curving flight of wide but very irregularly built granite steps leads up part of the main track to the summit from a point c.5m east of the dairy, where the slope steepens appreciably. The steps were uncovered during landscaping in the 20th century and were called the Pilgrims Ste...

Slindon House, Slindon Estate

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

Bishops palace WSCC Site Nos. 1313.Slindon House WSCC Site Nos. 1314.NMR Nos/Hob UID: SU90NE5/248870.On or close to the site of the 13 centruy Bishops Palace (archbishop of Canterburys summer residence). The house has been much re-built with only a few C16th architectural details recognisa...

Hadrians Wall in Housesteads Wood

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

Excavated and restored by Clayton in the mid-19th century, the Wall was found to have been built to narrow gauge specifications on narrow foundations. Archaeological Comments - Site:12018*0 Any restoration or repair work carried out on the Clayton Wall should be done so under the supervi...

Avebury Manor

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

Sarsen rubble with stone tiled roofs. East and south ranges are pre-1548 and most likely monastic buildings. Later brewhouse incorporated at north end. Porch to south range remodelled circa 1601 by Sir James Mervyn. Projecting south Parlour and Chamber over by William Sharington, 1548. L...

Baddesley Clinton Hall moated site, Fishponds & Bridge

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

The monument is situated approximately 350m north west of St Jamess Church and includes Baddesley Clinton Hall moated site and its associated fishponds (70132*0). The moated site (70132*1) has external dimensions of 45m north west-south east and 60m north east-south west. The water filled...

Field system, Carvannel Farm

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

The field system around Carvannel farmstead forms a pattern of sub-rectangular enclosures with slightly irregular boundaries. It probably has origins in the medieval or early post-medieval period. The farm has expanded considerably since the early 19th century; the earliest enclosures are...