Thesaurus Term/Concept: PIT ALIGNMENT

Identifier 70399
Status Preferred
Index? Yes
Scope Note A single line, or pair of roughly parallel lines, of pits set at intervals along a common axis or series of axes. The pits are not thought to have held posts.

Broader Terms/Concepts (1)

Related Terms/Concepts (2)

Narrower Terms/Concepts (1)

Instances/Examples (6)

Context Record
Monument Type MSF2797 A possible Later Prehistoric or Roman enclosure and undated field boundaries, Ramsholt parish (Monument)
Monument Type MSF3659 A probable Later Prehistoric or Roman rectilinear field system and associated trackways in Stratton Hall and Levington parishes. (Monument)
Monument Type MSF3475 Byfords; Church Farm `Top' & `Bottom' (Un) (Monument)
Monument Type MSF27358 Cropmarks of possible pit alignment, Great Saxham (Monument)
Monument Type MSF2741 Henge and associated barrow cemetery S of Home Whin Farm (Monument)
Monument Type MXS19935 Possible Roman road, roadside enclosure, pit alignment, field boundaries and enclosures of uncertain date, visible as cropmarks. (Monument)