Cropmark Complex to E of Bushey Hill, Barford

Description of this historic site

During an excavation evidence for a settlement was found. The features included pit clusters, ditches, enclosures and barrows. The settlement existed at the site from the Neolithic to the Roman period. It was situated east of Bushey Hill, Barford.

Notes about this historic site

1 A large complex of cropmark features including ring ditches, enclosures, pits and linear features. Excavation produced evidence for Neolithic, Bronze Age, Iron Age and Romano British occupation. See cross references for individual sites.

1 /AP /Baker A / / /SP2861B,H / /WMB /Y /
2 /AP /Pickering J / / /SP2861C-G / /WMB /Y /
3 /AP /Pickering J / / /SP2862I,K,N,T,U,V,X-Z,AE-AJ / /WMB /Y /
4 /AP /Baker A / / /SP2862W,AD,CE / /WMB /Y /
5 /AP /CUC /1962 / /SP2862BH,BI-BK / /WMB /Y /
6 /AP /CUC /1965 / /SP2862BM,BN / /WMB /Y /
7 Details of a small excavation by Warwick School in 1964.
8 Undated plans of site 83, probably from the 1960s.

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