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Short Description:
Robbing event of stone wall
Issued to
Jane Bowden | 13/06/2019
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Interpretation

    • The cut of the north to south trench [7019] was linear in plan with a very gradual break of slope top with gently sloping sides and a concave base 5.87m long and 3.00m wide. It was also filled with a very fine sieved mid grey silty sand (7027) representing the last event in the stratigraphic sequence. Emma Dent’s interpretation of the mound was a Manor house that subsequently appeared on the 25” 1st edition Ordnance Survey map of 1884 (GCCHER: 2169). However, no trace of a Manor House was discovered during this excavation and what she discovered appears to be a later building more likely to be a banqueting house.
      • Stuart Noon
    • 28-6-2019

Sketch Photo

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Description

  • Linear in plan
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  • Length 6.30m Width 3.00m Depth 0.05m
  • very gradual break of slope top
  • N-S
  • gently sloping sides
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  • a concave base
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Finds

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Feature

  • Feature: SUD_705
    • Emma Dent’s 1877 excavation running north to south

Plan

  • Plan: sud_7
    • Plan of trench 7 and strat not to scale
    • Stuart Noon
    • 24-7-2019

Record Details

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  • Jane Bowden 13-6-2019
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