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Post medieval earthwork ridge and furrow, Coningsby



Reference Name MLI88994

Name:
Post medieval earthwork ridge and furrow, Coningsby

Summary:
Post medieval earthwork ridge and furrow, Coningsby

Location:
CONINGSBY, EAST LINDSEY, LINCOLNSHIRE

Description:
Post medieval earthwork ridge and furrow, Coningsby, as depicted on the Witham Valley NMP.{1}
No evidence of earthworks was seen during a walkover survey at TF 2265 5779, and it appears that these have been ploughed out. A few fragments of late medieval to early post medieval pottery were found at the field edges, where they would have been re-deposited after being disturbed by ploughing. {2}
The three blocks of earthworks located on land west of Ivy House and east of Coningsby Airfield appear to have been ploughed out. The blocks are centred at TF 2365 5612, TF 2365 5576 and TF2348 5597. {3}

Sources:
1 Map: English Heritage. 2005. Witham Valley National Mapping Programme. Digital. MONARCH 1405348
2 Intervention Report: Pre-Construct Archaeology. 2006. Land off Old Boston Road, Coningsby: Archaeological Desk-Based Assessment. -
3 Internet Web Site: 2006-2015. Google Maps and Street View. www.google.co.uk/maps. seen on 23/01/2013

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The following reports are available from the ADS digital library.
2 Intervention Report: Pre-Construct Archaeology. 2006. Land off Old Boston Road, Coningsby: Archaeological Desk-Based Assessment. -

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