A cropmark complex 300m west of Salford Priors

Description of this historic site

A complex of curvilinear cropmarks, circular enclosures and pits visible as cropmarks on aerial photographs. This site is located 300m west of Salford Priors.

Notes about this historic site

2 Linear features show S and SW of an undated settlement enclosure (PRN 1497). These linear features may represent part of a field system. A possible scatter lies alongside one of the linear features and some small, possibly penannular gullies, lie to the S of the area.
3 A complex of curvilinear cropmarks, circular enclosures and pits were mapped as part of the English Heritage National Mapping Project. The pits are densely clustered both sides of the curvilinear ditch and may form alignments that parallel it. There are three circular ditches, a single one of about 10m diameter and two which intersect each other. The southernmost of this pair appears to overlay the northern one which is incomplete,the missing the portion lying within the circumference of the southern one.

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