Thesaurus Term/Concept: TREE THROW

Identifier 146432
Class MONUMENT TYPE
Status Preferred
Index? Yes
Scope Note A bowl-shaped cavity or depression created in the subsoil by the long term presence and growth of tree roots or when a large tree is blown over or has its stump pulled out.

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Context Record
Monument Type MSF29206 Bronze Age and Romano-British enclosure and occupation (Monument)
Monument Type MSF28018 Early Neolithic square and sub-square enclousures and possible trackway? West Farm, Barnham (Monument)
Monument Type MSF27987 Iron Age / Roman features. North Farm, Barnham (BNH 069). (Monument)
Monument Type MSF8751 King's Site, Wilde Street, Mildenhall, (Palaeolithic) (Monument)
Monument Type MSF30957 Land south of Featherbroom Gardens, Wickham Market (Monument)
Monument Type MSF32182 Medieval and post medieval pits ditches (Monument)
Monument Type MSF27683 Neolithic flint at Moulton Paddocks Starting Track (Monument)
Monument Type MSF37095 Post-medieval ditches and an undated pit, No. 2 Paddock, The Street (Monument)
Monument Type MSF31171 Unstratified Beaker sherd and tree throw, Westlea, Dunwich Road (Monument)