Monument record NKT 050 - Linear features at Brickfield Stud, Exning Road, Newmarket
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|Grid reference||Centred TL 624 651 (364m by 558m)|
|Civil Parish||NEWMARKET, FOREST HEATH, SUFFOLK|
Type and Period (2)
2013: Geophysical survey revealed parallel straight double ditch type anomalies and perpendicular linear ditched enclosures which could suggest a substantial field system or possible Roman "ladder" settlement. One of the linear features could be a Roman road. A rectangular or possibly an oval anomaly was also recorded that could be a building structure or a barrow (S1).
See EXG 102 for results of the evaluation which identified a number of Iron Age and Roman features, including a road and artefact evidence suggesting a Roman building close by.
- <S1> SSF57832 Unpublished document: Schofield, T.. 2013. Detailed Magnetometer Survey, Brickfield Stud, Exning Road, Newmarket.
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Record last edited
Apr 11 2022 8:48PM