Monument record PAL 050 - Medieval and undated features, Land at Lion Road, Palgrave
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|Grid reference||Centred TM 112 783 (137m by 96m)|
|Civil Parish||PALGRAVE, MID SUFFOLK, SUFFOLK|
Type and Period (6)
2016: Evaluation recorded ditches, ditch terminals, pits and post holes. Dating evidence was sparse; just five sherds of variously abraded pottery yet it was consistently medieval (11th-13th and 12th-14th century). Associated finds comprise a single fragment of animal bone. The earliest material recovered was a residual prehistoric struck flint which included an early Neolithic-early Bronze Age horseshoe scraper was recovered from the topsoil and a fragment from an early Neolithic single platform blade core was recovered from the subsoil (S1).
- <S1> SSF58050 Unpublished document: Monahan, V., Wilson, L. and Mustchin, A.. 2016. An Archaeological Trial Trench Evaluation, Lion Road, Palgrave, Suffolk.
- None recorded
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Record last edited
Oct 9 2017 11:16AM