Earthwork to E of Chapel Hill, Bishops Tachbrook

Description of this historic site

The site of a mound of unknown date. Fragments of worked flint and sherds of Roman and Medieval pottery were also found in this location, 300m south east of Tatchbrook Mallory.

Notes about this historic site

1 A mound in the SW corner of the field was destroyed 10+ years ago and according to the farmer a watching brief was maintained by the Museum. A farm worker believes the mound is associated with a marl pit. The mound has now been totally flattened. At SP3261 there is a dip 10m by 10m containing Modern building rubble, brick, burned plastic and pottery. Also found: flint, 1 Roman sherd, 2 late Medieval sherds from the field.
2 Undatable.

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