Thesaurus Term/Concept: DOUBLE DITCHED ENCLOSURE

Identifier 70362
Class MONUMENT TYPE
Status Preferred
Index? Yes
Scope Note An area of land enclosed by two parallel ditches. Use with specific shaped enclosure where known.

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Instances/Examples (10)

Context Record
Monument Type MSF2797 A possible Later Prehistoric or Roman enclosure and undated field boundaries, Ramsholt parish (Monument)
Monument Type MXS22500 An oval area enclosed by two narrow ditches and a possible bank is visible as an earthwork and cropmark on aerial photographs, Purdis Farm parish. (Monument)
Monument Type MSF3477 Cropmarks of a major system of enclosures, trackways and boundary ditches of possible Roman or medieval to post medieval date (Monument)
Monument Type MSZ27252 Cropmarks of a ring-ditch (Monument)
Monument Type MSX27226 Cropmarks of possible Roman settlement site (Monument)
Monument Type MXS20168 Possible ditched enclosure and causeway of unknown date. (Monument)
Monument Type MSF3655 Possible Prehistoric or Roman double-ditched rectilinear enclosure (Monument)
Monument Type MSF25558 Prehistoric Settlement, Sainsburys site, Recreation Way (Monument)
Monument Type MSF33427 Site of double-ditched enclosure and probably associated boundary ditches and trackways of unknown date (Monument)
Monument Type MSF2673 Site of multi-phase settlement and enclosures, including Saxon sunken-featured buildings (Monument)