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Medieval plough furrows and boundary ditch west of Hermitage Low Farm, Harpswell



Reference Name MLI86414

Name:
Medieval plough furrows and boundary ditch west of Hermitage Low Farm, Harpswell

Summary:
Medieval plough furrows and boundary ditch west of Hermitage Low Farm, Harpswell

Location:
HARPSWELL, WEST LINDSEY, LINCOLNSHIRE

Description:
PRN 54981
An archaeological watching brief was undertaken during the construction phase of a replacement gas main between Caenby Corner and Sturgate Airfield, Linconshire. The watching brief identified six medieval plough furrows running northwest to south east and a parallel field boundary or drainage ditch. {1} {2}

Sources:
1 Intervention Report: Pre-Construct Archaeology. Dec 2003. Caenby Corner to Gainsborough Pipeline: Archaeological Watching Brief and Geophysical Survey. CCGP03
2 Excavation archive: Pre-Construct Archaeology. Dec 2003. Caenby Corner to Gainsborough Pipeline: Archaeological Watching Brief and Geophysical Survey. LCNCC 2003.337

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The following reports are available from the ADS digital library.
1 Intervention Report: Pre-Construct Archaeology. Dec 2003. Caenby Corner to Gainsborough Pipeline: Archaeological Watching Brief and Geophysical Survey. CCGP03

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