Cropmark of Stoke church Ring-ditch excavation at Great Cornard Worked flint Bronze Age burial at Eriswell Framlingham castle from the air Pottery vessels in situ at Leiston Flint tool from Southery Ring-ditch excavation at Great Cornard Cropmarks in Stoke-by-Nayland

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Number of records found: 45. Displaying: 1 - 20

SHER NumberNameLocation
BXF 001Whitestreet GreenBOXFORD; POLSTEAD
BXF 003Artefact scatter of Medieval to Post Medieval dateBOXFORD
BXF 003Field system including rectilinear ditches of unknown date.BOXFORD
BXF 004Ring ditch of unknown date.BOXFORD
BXF 005Findspot of a Bronze-Age bronze 'quiot headed' pin.BOXFORD
BXF 006Findspot of half of a Mesolithic flint tranchet axe and a sharpening flake.BOXFORD
BXF 007The WheatlandsBOXFORD
BXF 008Church of St MaryBOXFORD
BXF 009Findspot of a fragment of a Anglo Saxon cruciform brooch, head and upper bow only.BOXFORD
BXF 010Medieval artefact scatter of metalwork, including a pin, purse and ampulla.BOXFORD
BXF 011Semi-circular earthwork of unknown date.BOXFORD
BXF 012Post Medieval bridge shown on a map of 1783.BOXFORD
BXF 013Post Medieval bridge shown on a map of 1783.BOXFORD
BXF 014Groton BrickworksBOXFORD
BXF 015Parsonage Farm; Boxford RectoryBOXFORD
BXF 016Former trackway and possibly bridge of unknown date, visible as cropmarks.BOXFORD
BXF 017Coddenahm HallBOXFORD
BXF 018Peyton HallBOXFORD
BXF 019Parsonage FarmBOXFORD

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