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Forest of Dean Archaeological Survey: LiDAR Survey

Type: Fieldwork archives Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

Lidar survey of selected areas of woodland and the hard rock Aggregates Resource Area of the Forest of Dean., Gloucestershire, and rapid transcription of the results to identify sites which had not been recognised by other methods. The survey was part of a larger project (Stage 3A of the F...

Wharram Percy Archive

Type: Fieldwork archives Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

The primary aim of the project has been to disseminate, by the most appropriate means, the results of the excavations carried out at the deserted medieval village site of Wharram Percy, North Yorkshire, between 1950 and 1990. The current phase of the project began in 2000, and has resulted...

Shepherds Lane, Teignmouth, Devon (OASIS ID: cotswold2-211730)

Type: Fieldwork archives Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

An archaeological evaluation was undertaken by Cotswold Archaeology in November 2012 at Shepherds Lane, Teignmouth, Devon. Sixty five trenches were excavated. Evidence was found for prehistoric activity on the site in the form of a Neolithic or Bronze Age pit and a ditch dating to the M...

Palm Cross Green, Modbury

Type: Fieldwork archives Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

An archaeological evaluation was carried out by Oakford Archaeology on land adjacent to Palm Cross Green, Modbury, Devon (SX 6555 5180), during November 2012. The work comprised the excavation of 25 trenches totalling 635m in length, with each trench 1.6m wide. These targeted a series of a...

The Aggregate Landscape of Somerset: Predicting the Archaeological Resource

Type: Fieldwork archives Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

The Aggregate Landscape of Somerset: Predicting the Archaeological Resource was commissioned by English Heritage in 2005 and represents a survey of the archaeological resource of the aggregate mineral producing areas within the County of Somerset. The project was funded through the Aggrega...