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Romano-British Enclosures and Fields



Reference Name MLI22443

Name:
Romano-British Enclosures and Fields

Summary:
Cropmarks of extensive Roman field systems, ditched enclosures, roadways, water-courses, etc.

Location:
POINTON AND SEMPRINGHAM, SOUTH KESTEVEN, LINCOLNSHIRE
GOSBERTON, SOUTH HOLLAND, LINCOLNSHIRE

Description:
Cropmarks of extensive Roman field systems, ditched enclosures, roadways, water-courses, etc. are discernible in this area on aerial photographs. {1}{2}{3}{4}{5}{6}{7}

Surrounds the scheduled area in Pointon and Sempringham (scheduled monument no.20814; HER no.32907). {8}

Sources:
1 Index: Ordnance Survey. Ordnance Survey Card Index. TF 13 SE: 10, 1964, D.A.
2 Map: HALLAM, S.J.. 1970. The maps for ‘Settlement around the Wash’ in The Fenland in Roman Times. MAP 1 SHEET A
3 Aerial Photograph: ST JOSEPH, J.K.S.. 1945-79. CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY COLLECTION. RS10-11, 1976
4 Index: SMR. Sites and Monuments Record Card Index. TF 13 SE: I, R.W.H.
5 Article in Monograph: HALLAM, S.J.. 1970. ‘Settlement around the Wash’ in The Fenland in Roman Times. GAZ 1631 1531, pp.266-7
6 Index: Parish card index of the former South Lincolnshire Archaeology Unit. GOSBERTON. - -
7 Aerial Photograph: PICKERING, J.. 1962-86. RCHME. A20, 1977
8 Scheduling Record: ENGLISH HERITAGE. 1995. SCHEDULING DOCUMENT 20814. MPP 22

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