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

BYG 019 - `Field 11'

SHER Number:BYG 019
Name:`Field 11'
Type of Record:Monument
Grid Reference:TL 673 533
Parish:GREAT BRADLEY, ST EDMUNDSBURY, SUFFOLK

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Summary

Fieldwalking survey by Haverhill & District Archaeological Group on `Field 11' (opposite church): "mainly Med pottery sherds together with a few PMed forms, all concentrated in a narrow band no more than 30m deep and parallel to the main road.

Monument Types

Designated Status: none recorded

Description

Fieldwalking survey by Haverhill & District Archaeological Group on `Field 11' (opposite church): "mainly Med pottery sherds together with a few PMed forms, all concentrated in a narrow band no more than 30m deep and parallel to the main road. This area probably represents the former presence of Med and later occupation sites' (S1).
NGR probably to centre of field only.
For details of finds and location refer to HDAG.

Sources and Further Reading

[M1]SSF44977 - (No record type): Library: (S1).
[S1]SSF7399 - (No record type): HDAG, Journal, 6(2), 1996, 80.

Associated Finds

  • FSF20325 - POTTERY (Medieval - 1066 AD? to 1539 AD?)
Date Last Edited:Feb 6 1997 12:00AM
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