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Local Archaeological Activity.

Postby Bruce Everiss » Tue 15 Jul 2008 9:38 am

Warwickshire Museum Field Archaeology Projects Group: http://www.warwickshire.gov.uk/Web/Corp ... CE0057472F

Full List: http://www.warwickshire.gov.uk/Web/Corp ... E5005A0323

GAYDON, adj The Villa, Church Road (SP
3648 5401)
Observation of ground reduction and
foundation trenches was carried out in July
2005 within the likely extent of the medieval
settlement. At the rear of the site two
segments of limestone wall foundations were
revealed. These totalled 4m in length and
were 1m wide. A further 3m long stretch of
facing stones was also revealed. A spread of
limestone fragments 6m long and 3.5m wide
was revealed adjacent to the walls. No
archaeological finds were recovered in
relation to the structural remains.
These undated remains may be part of large
building such as a barn, however no building
is shown in this position on the 1st edition
Ordnance Survey maps.

HARBURY, Harbury House (SP 3776 6007)
Observation of foundation trenches to the
south-west of the 17th-century and later
Harbury House, on a site within the medieval
village, revealed no medieval or earlier
remains. The earliest features recorded were
two undated, but pre-19th century stone wall
foundations. A series of later brick
foundations belonged to former outbuildings
shown on 19th-century maps.

KINETON, Kents Farm, Little Kineton (SP
3388 4908)
An archaeological metal detector survey of a
proposed manège on the edge of the possible
limits of the Civil War battlefield of Edgehill
on behalf of Mr and Mrs T Lister in August
2005 recovered 26 metal objects dating from
the 14th/16th to the 20th centuries, but none
which could be definitely associated with the
battle.

KINETON, Diana Lodge Paddocks, Little
Kineton (SP 3347 5025)
A metal detector survey in advance of the
construction of a stable and store was carried
out on a site just within the north-western
corner of the Edgehill Registered Battlefield in
August 2007 on behalf of Mr E Darlow.
Twenty-four objects dating from the 17th to
the 20th centuries were collected, but a single
musket ball was the only find probably
relating to the battle.
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