Monument record IXW 063 - 12 Stow Road (Pmed)
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|Grid reference||Centred TL 93278 70238 (35m by 36m)|
|Civil Parish||IXWORTH, ST EDMUNDSBURY, SUFFOLK|
Type and Period (2)
2008: An archaeological evaluation was carried at a vacant lot of land on Stow Road, Ixworth between Nos. 12 and 'The Blooms'; a former open hall building that has stood on the site since at least the 15th century. Two phases of archaeology were found; one consisting of horizons of building rubble associated with the major remodelling of timber framed house that occurred between the 16th-18th centuries and earlier rubbish pits that predated the building. Finds dated the pits to between the mid 12th - mid 13th century and included sherds of glazed Hedingham fineware and medieval coarsewares (S1).
2010: Monitoring identified three post-medieval pits, one of which contained a horse skeleton, were found at the northern end of the site, as well as an undated feature that may have been a boundary ditch. Medieval and post-medieval pottery, late/post-medieval CBM, and post-medieval animal bone, horseshoes, nails and mortar were recovered (S2).
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Record last edited
Sep 2 2013 12:19PM