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Historic sites (3)
Brailes, Lower (1)
Brailes, Upper (1)
Agriculture and Countryside (1)
Agriculture and Countryside (General) (1)
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Archaeology and Ancient Sites (3)
Round House (Domestic) (1)
Bronze Age (2)
Site of Late Bronze Age/Iron Age Settlement and Midden, 400m NE Beaman's Covert
1 Part of a probable subrectangular enclosure and linear features show on aerial photographs in Warwick Museum. During survey in 1985 a dense scatter of Iron Age pottery, animal bone ...
The possible site of an Bronze Age/ Iron Age settlement and midden. An enclosure and linear features are visible as cropmarks on aerial photographs. Large quantities of decorated Iron Age pottery and animal bone have been recovered from the site, which lies 400m north east of Beaman's Covert.
Settlement and midden site of probable Bronze Age/Early Iron Age date, Brailes
1) Geophysical survey (magnetometry) by ArchaeoPhysica Ltd has recorded evidence for at least two phases of settlement at this location. Features identified include round huts (including possible evidence for internal ...
Geophysical survey has recorded evidence for at least two phases of settlement at this location. A large number of finds recovered from this area through metal detecting and fieldwalking suggest that this settlement dates to the Bronze Age/Early Iron Age periods. The quantities of finds recovered also suggests the presence of a midden site. This site lies 500m west of Upper Chelmscote.
Possible Roman dark earth layer
1 Archaeological observation during the excavation of foundation trenches for an extension at 14 Bleachfield St, Alcester, revealed an undated but probable Roman layer of dark earth above the geological ...
Dark earth layer found at 14 Bleachfield Street, Alcester
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