Site Event/Activity record EXS18925 - The Aggregate Landscape of Suffolk: The Archaeological Resource (NMP)

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Civil Parish IPSWICH, IPSWICH, SUFFOLK
Civil Parish MENDHAM, MID SUFFOLK, SUFFOLK
Civil Parish WEYBREAD, MID SUFFOLK, SUFFOLK
Civil Parish BRIGHTWELL, SUFFOLK COASTAL, SUFFOLK
Civil Parish BUCKLESHAM, SUFFOLK COASTAL, SUFFOLK
Civil Parish FALKENHAM, SUFFOLK COASTAL, SUFFOLK
Civil Parish FELIXSTOWE, SUFFOLK COASTAL, SUFFOLK
Civil Parish FOXHALL, SUFFOLK COASTAL, SUFFOLK
Civil Parish GREAT BEALINGS, SUFFOLK COASTAL, SUFFOLK
Civil Parish HASKETON, SUFFOLK COASTAL, SUFFOLK
Civil Parish HEMLEY, SUFFOLK COASTAL, SUFFOLK
Civil Parish KESGRAVE, SUFFOLK COASTAL, SUFFOLK
Civil Parish KIRTON, SUFFOLK COASTAL, SUFFOLK
Civil Parish LEVINGTON, SUFFOLK COASTAL, SUFFOLK
Civil Parish LITTLE BEALINGS, SUFFOLK COASTAL, SUFFOLK
Civil Parish MARTLESHAM, SUFFOLK COASTAL, SUFFOLK
Civil Parish NACTON, SUFFOLK COASTAL, SUFFOLK
Civil Parish NEWBOURNE, SUFFOLK COASTAL, SUFFOLK
Civil Parish PURDIS FARM, SUFFOLK COASTAL, SUFFOLK
Civil Parish RUSHMERE ST ANDREW, SUFFOLK COASTAL, SUFFOLK
Civil Parish STRATTON HALL, SUFFOLK COASTAL, SUFFOLK
Civil Parish TRIMLEY ST MARTIN, SUFFOLK COASTAL, SUFFOLK
Civil Parish TRIMLEY ST MARY, SUFFOLK COASTAL, SUFFOLK
Civil Parish WALDRINGFIELD, SUFFOLK COASTAL, SUFFOLK
Civil Parish WOODBRIDGE, SUFFOLK COASTAL, SUFFOLK
Civil Parish BARNBY, WAVENEY, SUFFOLK
Civil Parish BARSHAM, WAVENEY, SUFFOLK
Civil Parish BECCLES, WAVENEY, SUFFOLK
Civil Parish BUNGAY, WAVENEY, SUFFOLK
Civil Parish CARLTON COLVILLE, WAVENEY, SUFFOLK
Civil Parish METTINGHAM, WAVENEY, SUFFOLK
Civil Parish NORTH COVE, WAVENEY, SUFFOLK
Civil Parish SHIPMEADOW, WAVENEY, SUFFOLK
Civil Parish ST CROSS, SOUTH ELMHAM, WAVENEY, SUFFOLK
Civil Parish ST MARGARET, ILKETSHALL, WAVENEY, SUFFOLK
Civil Parish ST MARY, SOUTH ELMHAM, OTHERWISE HOMERSFIELD, WAVENEY, SUFFOLK
Civil Parish WORLINGHAM, WAVENEY, SUFFOLK
Civil Parish FLIXTON (NEAR BUNGAY), WAVENEY, SUFFOLK

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Organisation

Suffolk County Council Archaeological Service

Date

2005

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Related Monuments/Buildings (506)

  • 14 World War II trench air-raid shelters, visible as earthworks. (Monument)
  • 150 metres of ditched road/track, unknown date (Monument)
  • 19 World War II trench air-raid shelters, visible as earthworks. (Monument)
  • 5 World War II slit trenches, visible on aerial photographs. (Monument)
  • 8 Round Barrows on Levington Heath (Monument)
  • 8 Round Barrows on Levington Heath (Monument)
  • 8 Round Barrows on Levington Heath (Monument)
  • A bomb crater of Second World War date can be seen on aerial photographs, circa 570 metres north of Felixstowe Road, Purdis Farm Parish. (Monument)
  • A causeway to the River Waveney is visible as an earthwork to the north-west of Heath Farm, St Mary South Elmham parish. (Monument)
  • A causewayed track of possible medieval date is visible on aerial photographs as an earthwork to the north of Firhill Covert, Worlingham parish. (Monument)
  • A circular earthwork depression, probably a World War II bomb crater. (Monument)
  • A coaxial field system and trackways of possible late prehistoric date are visible as cropmarks on aerial photographs to the west of Trimley, Trimley… (Monument)
  • A complex polygonal ditched enclosure, or series of connected enclosures, is visible as on aerial photographs as cropmarks in Stratton Hall and Kirto… (Monument)
  • A curvilinear field boundary of probable medieval date is visible as a soilmark on aerial photographs to the north-east of Weybread village, Weybread… (Monument)
  • A ditched field system, small square enclosure and possible crofts of possible medieval date are visible as cropmarks on aerial photographs, across C… (Monument)
  • A ditched trackway and probable section of field boundary. (Monument)
  • A ditched trackway and rectilinear field or enclosure are visible as cropmarks on aerial photographs, to the north of Capel Farm in Trimley St Martin… (Monument)
  • A ditched trackway of possible later prehistoric date and an extensive field system of probable medieval or post-medieval date. (Monument)
  • A ditched trackway, rectilinear field system and large D-shaped enclosure of unknown date can be seen on aerial photographs as cropmarks to the east … (Monument)
  • A drive, or approach road to Flixton Hall is visible as a crop mark on aerial photographs. (Monument)
  • A D-shaped enclosure is visible as a cropmark on aerial photographs in Trimley St Martin parish. Also recorded as TYN 025. (Monument)
  • A feature previously recorded as a ring ditch, visible as a cropmark but probably of non-archaeological in origin. (Monument)
  • A field boundary of probable post-medieval date is visible as a cropmark on aerial photographs to the west of Woodbridge. (Monument)
  • A field boundary of probably post-medieval date is visible on aerial photographs as a cropmark to the north-west of St Cross South Elmham village. (Monument)
  • A field system of probable medieval or post-medieval date can be seen as cropmarks on aerial photographs, alongside possibly earlier elements, to the… (Monument)
  • A field system of probably medieval origin can be seen as cropmarks on aerial photographs, to the west of Home Farm, St Mary & South Elmham parish. (Monument)
  • A length of ditched track of probable late prehistoric date is visible on aerial photographs to the east of Trimley St Martin. (Monument)
  • A length of ditched trackway of unknown date, visible as cropmarks. (Monument)
  • A Medieval drain or water channel, visible as a cropmark. (Monument)
  • A Medieval earthwork bank, visible on aerial photographs. (Monument)
  • A military camp and possible Radar station are visible as structures on aerial photographs of 1944, to the east of Croft Cottage in Trimley St Martin… (Monument)
  • A military practice trench, probably of First World War date, is visible as an earthwork on Waldringfield Heath, on aerial photographs taken during t… (Monument)
  • A number of irregularly shaped possibly ditched enclosures, boundaries and a possible track of unknown date and function, visible as cropmarks. (Monument)
  • A possible causeway and moat, and medieval water mill, visible on aerial photographs (Monument)
  • A possible causeway of medieval date can be seen on aerial photographs as an earthwork crossing reclaimed land in the Waveney valley, to the west of … (Monument)
  • A possible concentric ring ditch is visible on aerial photographs as a fragmentary cropmark in Shipmeadow parish. (Monument)
  • A possible extractive pit of unknown date, possibly a clay or gravel pit, is visible as a cropmark in a dry valley leading to the River Waveney, Ship… (Monument)
  • A possible Iron Age extensive ditched system and trackways, visible as fragmentary cropmarks. (Monument)
  • A possible large rectilinear ditched enclosure of unknown date, visible as cropmarks. (Monument)
  • A possible Later Prehistoric or Roman field system, Waldringfield parish (Monument)
  • A possible linear trackway and field boundaries of unknown date are visible on aerial photographs to the north-west of Walk Farm in Stratton Hall par… (Monument)
  • A possible Post Medieval clay or gravel pit, visible as a cropmark. (Monument)
  • A possible rectangular ditched enclosure of unknown date, visible as a cropmark. (Monument)
  • A possible rectilinear ditched enclosure of unknown date and function. (Monument)
  • A possible ring ditch is visible as a cropmark adjacent to a trackway to the south of the probable late prehistoric field system TYN 010, circa 70 me… (Monument)
  • A possible ring ditch of unknown date is visible as a cropmark on aerial photographs. (Monument)
  • A possible ring ditch of unknown date, visible as a cropmark. (Monument)
  • A possible ring ditch or small sub-rectangular enclosure is visible as a cropmark within the probable late prehistoric field system TYN 010, circa 50… (Monument)
  • A possible ring ditch, visible as a cropmark on the northern bank of the River Fynn. (Monument)
  • A possible ring ditch, visible as a cropmark on the northern bank of the River Fynn. (Monument)
  • A possible small ditch-defined rectilinear enclosure and adjacent pit-defined enclosure of unknown date. (Monument)
  • A Post Medieval earthwork bank, probably the remains of a flood defence bank. (Monument)
  • A Prehistoric curvilinear ditch enclosing Sheepdrift Cottage, possibly the remains of a D-shaped curvilinear enclosure. (Monument)
  • A probable relict flood defence bank and flanking ditches of possible post-medieval date. (Monument)
  • A probable round barrow of Bronze Age date is visible on aerial photographs as a cropmark and low earthwork to the south of Heath Farm, Waldringfield… (Monument)
  • A rectilinear bank and ditch defined enclosure of probable post-medieval date, possibly the remains of a stock enclosure (Monument)
  • A rectilinear ditched enclosure of unknown date is visible as a cropmark on the Rushmere Heath golf course, Rushmere St Andrew parish. (Monument)
  • A rectilinear ditched field system of unknown date is visible as cropmarks on aerial photographs, to the south of the woodland called The Rookery, Tr… (Monument)
  • A rectilinear ditched field system of unknown date is visible as cropmarks on aerial photographs, to the south of the woodland called The Rookery, Tr… (Monument)
  • A rectilinear field system of possible later prehistoric or Roman date in Stratton Hall parish can be seen as cropmarks on aerial photographs . (Monument)
  • A regular enclosed field system of probable medieval or post-medieval date can be seen as cropmarks on aerial photographs, between Weybread Street an… (Monument)
  • A ring ditch is visible as a cropmark of circa 20 metres diameter on aerial photographs, within the cropmark complex TYN 010, to the south-east of Ha… (Monument)
  • A ring ditch is visible as a cropmark on aerial photographs between the railway line and High Road to the west of Trimley St Martin. (Monument)
  • A ring ditch is visible on aerial photographs approximately 230 metres to the south of Ring ditch WLD 008, Waldringfield parish. (Monument)
  • A ring ditch of circa 27 metres diameter, probably the remains of a Bronze Age barrow, can be seen on air photographs as a cropmark to the south of I… (Monument)
  • A ring ditch of unknown date and a field boundary of probable post-medieval date are both visible on aerial photographs as cropmarks to the south of … (Monument)
  • A ring ditch of unknown date, circa 20 metres in diameter can be seen as a cropmark on aerial photographs in Trimley St Martin parish. (Monument)
  • A ring ditch of unknown date, circa 25 metres in diameter can be seen as a cropmark on aerial photographs in Trimley St Martin parish. (Monument)
  • A ring ditch or oval enclosure of unknown date is visible on aerial photographs as a cropmark adjacent to the curvilinear trackway KIR 021, in Trimle… (Monument)
  • A ring ditch, circa 11 metres in diameter is visible on aerial photographs as a cropmark, to the north of a possible field boundary. (Monument)
  • A ring-ditch is visible on aerial photographs as a cropmark, circa 90 metres to the north of Little Covert in Trimley St Martin parish. (Monument)
  • A Second World War pillbox is visible as a structure on the bank of the River Waveney near Homersfield Bridge, St Mary South Elmham parish. (Monument)
  • A Second World War pillbox, probably a type 22, is visible as a structure on aerial photographs to the north of Weybread village, Weybread parish. (Monument)
  • A series of parallel drainage ditches of probable post-medieval date are visible on aerial photographs as cropmarks and earthworks to the south of th… (Monument)
  • A slightly irregular and incomplete ring ditch, visible as a cropmark on the northern bank of the River Fynn. (Un) (Monument)
  • A slit trench of twentieth century date is visible on aerial photographs as an earthwork approximately 600 metres to the north-west of Worlingham Hal… (Monument)
  • A small ring ditch of circa 10 metres diameter, probably the remains of a Bronze Age barrow, can be seen on air photographs as a cropmark to the sout… (Monument)
  • A small ring ditch of circa 10 metres diameter, probably the remains of a Bronze Age barrow, can be seen on air photographs as a cropmark to the sout… (Monument)
  • A small ring ditch of circa 8 metres diameter, probably the remains of a Bronze Age barrow, can be seen on air photographs as a cropmark to the south… (Monument)
  • A small ring-ditch, possibly the remains of an Iron Age round house, is visible as a crop mark on aerial photographs to the north of the A14 in Triml… (Monument)
  • A square ditched enclosure visible on aerial photographs (Monument)
  • A square, ditch defined endlosure is visible on aerial photographs in Trimley St Martin parish, as a cropmark circa 400 metres to the south-west of C… (Monument)
  • A stretch of road or track of probable post-medieval date can be seen as a cropmark on aerial photographs, Waldringfield parish. (Monument)
  • A sub-divided trapezoidal ditched enclosure of probably prehistoric date is visible as cropmarks on aerial photographs to the south of Innocence cott… (Monument)
  • A sub-rectangular enclosure of possible late prehistoric date is visible on aerial photographs as a cropmark on the north-eastern side of Trimley St … (Monument)
  • A World War II military camp and/ or Heavy Anti-aircraft Battery (Monument)
  • A World War II trench shelter and semi-sunken air- raid shelter. (Monument)
  • Adjacent to Trimley St Mary 9 (Monument)
  • An anti-tank ditch of world war two date is visible on contemporary aerial photographs as an earthwork to the north and south of Egypt Wood, crossing… (Monument)
  • An earthwork bank, possibly part of a rectangular enclosure, visible on aerial photographs (Monument)
  • An earthwork bank, possibly the remains of a field boundary bank. (Monument)
  • An earthwork mound, possibly the remains of a prehistoric barrow. (Monument)
  • An extensive flood defence bank of probable post-medieval construction. (Monument)
  • An impact crater probably caused by a Second World War Bomb is visible on aerial photographs, to the north-east of Ashtree Farm, Worlingham parish. (Monument)
  • An oval area enclosed by two narrow ditches and a possible bank is visible as an earthwork and cropmark on aerial photographs, Purdis Farm parish. (Monument)
  • Back Lane (Monument)
  • Back Lane (Monument)
  • Back Lane (Monument)
  • Barnby Broad (Monument)
  • Beccles Common; Golf Course (Monument)
  • Blue Barn (Monument)
  • Blue Barn (Monument)
  • Brightwell Heath (Monument)
  • Brightwell Heath (Monument)
  • Bronze Age concentric ring ditch (Monument)
  • Bronze Age ring ditch, part of a compelx of four barrows (Monument)
  • Bronze Age ring ditch, part of a complex of four barrows (Monument)
  • Bronze-Age causewayed ring ditch. (Monument)
  • Bronze-Age concentric ring ditch, probably the remains of a Bronze-Age round barrow, visible as cropmarks. (Monument)
  • Bronze-age or Neolithic concentric ring ditch or double ditched oval enclosure, visible as a cropmark. (Monument)
  • Bronze-Age ring ditch and possible rectangular enclosure, visible as cropmarks. (Monument)
  • Bronze-Age ring ditch, possibly the remains of a round barrow, visible as a cropmark. (Monument)
  • Bronze-Age ring ditch, possibly the remains of a round barrow, visible as a cropmark. (Monument)
  • Bronze-Age ring ditch, visible as a cropmark. (Monument)
  • Bronze-Age ring ditch, visible as a cropmark. (Monument)
  • Bronze-Age ring ditch, visible as a cropmark. (Monument)
  • Bronze-Age ring ditch, visible as a soilmark. (Monument)
  • Bronze-Age round barrow, visible as a cropmark. (Monument)
  • Bronze-Age round barrow, visible as a cropmark. (Monument)
  • Bucklesham QL decoy (Monument)
  • Bungay airfield (disused) (Monument)
  • Burnt area, circular enclosure and ring ditch, unknown date (Monument)
  • Circular earthwork feature of unknown date and function. (Monument)
  • Circular enclosure/ring ditch visible by cropmarks, unknown date (Monument)
  • Communal site, Bungay/Flixton Airfield (Monument)
  • Concentric Bronze-Age ring ditch, visible as a cropmark. (Monument)
  • Concentric ring ditch, part of a complex of four Bronze Age barrows (Monument)
  • Cricket Ground (Monument)
  • Cricket Ground (Monument)
  • Cropmarks are visible on aerial photographs forming over the remains of probable agricultural landscape features of unknown date, possibly field boun… (Monument)
  • Cropmarks of ditched land division boundaries of unknown date, possible crofts or field boundaries, can be seen on aerial photographs on Trimley Heat… (Monument)
  • Cropmarks on aerial photographs reveal a possible irregularly shaped ditched enclosure of unknown date, to the west of The White House, Shipmeadow pa… (Monument)
  • Cropmarks seen on aerial photographs reveal the remains of field boundaries, a possible trackway and a ring ditch of probable prehistoric date, Weybr… (Monument)
  • Curvilinear enclosure of unknown date and small scatter of pottery. (Monument)
  • Ditch defined trackway, unknown date (Un) (Monument)
  • Ditched boundaries of a possible Medieval field system and crofts, visible as faint cropmarks. (Monument)
  • Ditched boundaries of a possible Medieval field system, visible as faint cropmarks. (Monument)
  • Ditched field boundaries visible as earthworks on aerial photographs (Monument)
  • Ditched field boundary visible as a cropmark on aerial photographs (Monument)
  • Ditched field system and associated tracks and enclosures, visible as extensive but fragmentary cropmarks, of unknown date. (Monument)
  • Ditched field systems of unknown date, visible as cropmarks. (Monument)
  • Ditched trackway of possible later Prehistoric date, visible as cropmarks. (Monument)
  • Ditched trackways and field boundaries of probable later prehistoric date can be seen as cropmarks on aerial photographs, Waldringfield parish. (Monument)
  • Ditched trackways and field boundaries, unknown date (Monument)
  • Ditched trackways, field boundaries and enclosures, dating probably from the later Prehistoric period, visible as cropmarks. (Monument)
  • Drill Ground (Monument)
  • Duke's Farm (Monument)
  • Early field system and trackways indicated by cropmarks. (Monument)
  • Earthwork banks of unknown date, possibly boundary markers. (Monument)
  • Earthworks and cropmarks visible on aerial photographs (Monument)
  • Earthworks of deserted crofts visible on aerial photographs (Monument)
  • Eight Round Barrows on Martlesham Heath (Monument)
  • Eight round barrows on Martlesham Heath; Brightwell Heath (Monument)
  • Eight Round Barrows on Martlesham Heath; Brightwell Heath; Black Hill (Monument)
  • Eight World War II air raid shelters, visible as earthworks. (Monument)
  • Embanked road/track, unknown date (Monument)
  • Evidence of military training activities seen as earthworks and structures (Monument)
  • Extensive ditched field system of probable later Prehistoric or Roman date, visible as cropmarks. (Monument)
  • Extensive Medieval ditched field system, visible as cropmarks. (Monument)
  • Extensive Post Medieval flood defence bank, visible as an earthwork. (Monument)
  • Features previously recorded as possible field boundaries and enclosures visible as cropmarks but are probably non-archaeological features. (Monument)
  • Field boundaries and footpaths of unknown date, visible as cropmarks. (Monument)
  • Field boundaries of probable medieval date are visible as earthworks and cropmarks on aerial photographs, on the eastern edge of Shipmeadow parish. (Monument)
  • Field boundaries of probable medieval or post-medieval date and a possible trackway of unknown date can be seen as cropmarks on aerial photographs, t… (Monument)
  • Field boundaries of probable post-medieval date are visible on aerial photographs as cropmarks to the south-west of Hill Farm, Weybread parish. (Monument)
  • Field boundaries of unknown date or a possible Neolithic cursus, visible as cropmarks. (Monument)
  • Field boundaries of unknown date, visible as cropmarks. (Monument)
  • Field boundaries of unknown date, visible as cropmarks. (Monument)
  • Field boundaries of unknown date, visible as cropmarks. (Monument)
  • Field boundaries, enclosures, ring ditches and trackways of unknown date, visible as a cropmak complex. (Un) (Monument)
  • Field boundaries, rectangular enclosure and possible curvilinear enclosure of unknown date, visible as cropmarks. (Monument)
  • Field boundary comples of unknown date, visible as cropmarks. (Monument)
  • Field No. 26 (Monument)
  • Field system, trackway and possible ditched square enclosure of Prehistoric or Roman date, visible as cropmarks. (Un) (Monument)
  • First World War practice trenches visible as cropmarks (Monument)
  • Flixton Airfield (Monument)
  • Flixton Airfield (Monument)
  • Flixton Airfield (Monument)
  • Flixton Airfield (Monument)
  • Flixton Airfield (Monument)
  • Flixton Airfield (Monument)
  • Flixton Airfield (Monument)
  • Flixton Airfield (Monument)
  • Flixton Airfield (Monument)
  • Flixton Park (BA) (Monument)
  • Flixton Park (Monument)
  • Flixton Park (Monument)
  • Flixton Park (Monument)
  • Flixton Park (Monument)
  • Flixton Park Quarry (Monument)
  • Football Ground (Monument)
  • Foundation or drip-gulley of a small round house of unknown date, visible as a cropmark. (Monument)
  • Four probable causeways, dating from the medieval to post-medieval periods, are visible crossing Benstead Marshes to the north of Manor Farm, Shipmea… (Monument)
  • Foxhall Hall (Monument)
  • Group of World War II air raid shelters, visible as earthworks and structures. (Monument)
  • Interconnecting ditched tracks of unknown date are visible as cropmarks on Trimley Heath to the north of the A14 in Trimley St Martin parish, partial… (Monument)
  • Iron Age ditched defined trackway, ditched enclosure, rectilinear enclosure (Monument)
  • Iron Age ditched enclosure (Monument)
  • Iron Age ring ditch and rectilinear ditched enclosure. (Monument)
  • Iron Age ring ditch, hut circle, house, round house (Monument)
  • Iron Age ring ditch, hut circle, round house, house (Monument)
  • Iron-Age D-shaped ditched enclosure, visible as a faint cropmark. (Monument)
  • Iron-Age D-shaped ditched enclosure, visible as cropmarks. (Monument)
  • Iron-Age rectilinear ditched enclosure containing a small ring ditch, visible as cropmarks. (Monument)
  • Iron-Age ring ditch, visible as a cropmark, possibly the drip gulley of an Iron Age round house. (Monument)
  • Iron-Age ring ditch, visible as a cropmark, possibly the drip gulley of an Iron Age round house. (Monument)
  • Iron-Age ring ditch, visible as a cropmark, possibly the drip gulley of an Iron Age round house. (Monument)
  • Iron-Age ring ditch, visible as a cropmark. (Monument)
  • Irregularly shaped Bronze-Age ring ditch. (Monument)
  • Irregularly shaped ditched enclosure of unknown date, visible as a cropmark. (Monument)
  • Irregularly shaped ring ditch or oval enclosure, visible as a cropmark. (Monument)
  • Length of trackway of unknown date, visible as a cropmark. (Monument)
  • Lengths of Prehistoric ditched trackway, visible as cropmarks. (Monument)
  • Linear cropmarks, possibly the remains of Medieval field boundaries and a track or road. (Med) (Monument)
  • Linear ditched feature, possibly a field boundary, of unknown date. (Monument)
  • Location of a Post Medieval sand pit, visible as a cropmark on aerial photographs. (Monument)
  • Location of Medieval or Post Medieval drains revealed by cropmarks. (Monument)
  • Location World War I slit trenches revealed by cropmarks and earthworks. (Monument)
  • Manor Road (Monument)
  • Martlesham Heath Airfield; Foxhall Heath. (Monument)
  • Medieval building platform and strip-field system, visible as cropmarks. (Monument)
  • Medieval croft or field system. (Monument)
  • Medieval ditched field boundaries and trackways, visible as cropmarks. (Monument)
  • Medieval ditched field boundaries, visible as cropmarks. (Monument)
  • Medieval ditched trackway and possible field boundary (Monument)
  • Medieval ditched trackway, visible as cropmarks. (Monument)
  • Medieval ditched trackways, field boundaries and crofts, visible as cropmarks. (Monument)
  • Medieval earthwork causeways. (Monument)
  • Medieval field boundaries, visible as cropmarks. (Monument)
  • Medieval field boundary and possible road, visible as cropmarks. (Monument)
  • Medieval footpath or trackway, possibly associated with Flixton Abbey, visible as an earthwork. (Med) (Monument)
  • Medieval or Post Medieval ditched trackway or road and field boundaries, visible as cropmarks. (Monument)
  • Medieval or Post Medieval drainage channels, visible as earthworks and cropmarks. (Monument)
  • Medieval or Post Medieval field boundaries and footpath, visible as cropmarks. (Monument)
  • Medieval or Post Medieval field boundaries or drains, visible as cropmarks. (Monument)
  • Medieval or Post Medieval field boundaries, enclosures and trackways. (Monument)
  • Medieval or Post Medieval field boundaries, seen as cropmarks, possibly part of the grounds or gardens of Bealings Hall. (Monument)
  • Medieval or Post Medieval field boundaries, visible as earthworks and soilmarks. (Monument)
  • Medieval or Post Medieval field system, visible as cropmarks. (Monument)
  • Medieval square bank defined enclosure, visible as an earthwork. (Monument)
  • Medieval tracks or hollow ways and probable field boundaries pertaining to a shrunken village, visible as earthworks. (Monument)
  • Medieval tracks or roads and probable boundaries pertaining to a shrunken village, visible as earthworks. (Monument)
  • Medieval trackway or footpath, visible as an earthwork. (Monument)
  • Medieval two phases of ditched field boundary (Monument)
  • Military installation visible as an earthwork on aerial photographs (Monument)
  • Mill Lane; Sandy Lane (1950s) (Monument)
  • Modern gunpost cutting into the reamins of a Bronze Age round barrow (Monument)
  • Modern permanent military camp (Monument)
  • Modern WW2 radar station (Monument)
  • Outney Common (Monument)
  • Oval ditched enclosure of unknown date and function, visible as a cropmark. (Monument)
  • Possible boundaries, pits and enclosures of unknown date, but potentially including features from the Bronze Age to the medieval period. (Monument)
  • Possible Bronze-Age barrow, visible as cropmarks. (Monument)
  • Possible Bronze-Age barrow, visible as cropmarks. (Monument)
  • Possible Bronze-Age ring ditch, visible as a cropmark. (Monument)
  • Possible Bronze-Age ring ditch, visible as cropmarks. (Monument)
  • Possible Bronze-Age round barrow, visible as a concentric ring ditch. (Monument)
  • Possible Bronze-Age round barrow, visible as a cropmark. (Monument)
  • Possible Bronze-Age round barrow, visible as a cropmark. (Monument)
  • Possible Bronze-Age round barrow, visible as a cropmark. (Monument)
  • Possible Bronze-Age round barrow, visible as a cropmark. (Monument)
  • Possible Bronze-Age round barrow, visible as a cropmark. (Monument)
  • Possible Bronze-Age round barrow, visible as a cropmark. (Monument)
  • Possible Bronze-Age round barrow, visible as a partial cropmark. (Monument)
  • Possible Broze-Age barrow, visible as a small ring ditch cropmark. (Monument)
  • Possible causeway or ditched road of unknown date. (Monument)
  • Possible causeway or ditched road or track of unknown date. (Monument)
  • Possible ditched enclosure of unknown date, visibe as cropmarks. (Monument)
  • Possible ditched trackway of unknown date, visible as a cropmark. (Monument)
  • Possible field boundaries and other linear features of unknown date, visible as cropmarks. (Monument)
  • Possible field boundaries and quarry pits of probable post-medieval date are visible as cropmarks on aerial photographs to the east of Manor Farm, Sh… (Monument)
  • Possible field boundaries and trackways of unknown date. (Monument)
  • Possible field boundaries visible as cropmarks on aerial photographs (Monument)
  • Possible field boundary bank or track of unknown date, visible as a cropmark. (Monument)
  • Possible field system of unknown date, visible as cropmarks. (Monument)
  • Possible field system of unknown date, visible as cropmarks. (Monument)
  • Possible Medieval causeway or river flood-defence bank, visible on aerial photographs. (Monument)
  • Possible Medieval drains or ridge and furrow, visible as earthworks. (Monument)
  • Possible Medieval field boundaries or tofts belonging to a shrunken village, visible as earthworks. (Monument)
  • Possible Medieval field boundary and rectilinear enclosure, visible as cropmarks. (Monument)
  • Possible Medieval moat, visible as an earthwork. (Monument)
  • Possible Medieval or Post Medieval field boundaries, visible as earthworks. (Monument)
  • Possible Medieval road, visible as cropmarks. (Monument)
  • Possible Modern gunpost cut into Bronze Age round barrow (Monument)
  • Possible narrow ditched trackway, visible as a cropmark. (Monument)
  • Possible Post Medieval defensive ditches, visible as germination marks. (Monument)
  • Possible Post Medieval field boundaries, visible as cropmarks. (Monument)
  • Possible Post Medieval field boundary. (Monument)
  • Possible Post Medieval garden feature or Bronze-Age barrow, visible as a cropmark. (Monument)
  • Possible Post Medieval house platform and terraced garden, may be part of the estate of the demolished Bealings Hall. (Pmed) (Monument)
  • Possible Post Medieval landscaped park or garden feature, possibly a haha or terracing. (Monument)
  • Possible Post Medieval sand extraction site, visible as earthworks. (Monument)
  • Possible Prehistoric barrow, visible as a soilmark. (Monument)
  • Possible Prehistoric barrow, visible as a soilmark. (Monument)
  • Possible Prehistoric barrow, visible as a soilmark. (Monument)
  • Possible rectilinear ditched enclosure of unknown date and function, partyl visible as a cropmark. (Monument)
  • Possible remains of a field boundary, visible as a curvilinear cropmark. (Monument)
  • Possible remains of a Neolithic mortuary enclosure. (Monument)
  • Possible ring ditch of unknown date and function, visible as a cropmark. (Monument)
  • Possible ring ditch of unknown date, visible as a cropmark. (Monument)
  • Possible ring ditch of unknown date, visible as a cropmark. (Monument)
  • Possible ring ditch of unknown date, visible as a cropmark. (Monument)
  • Possible ring ditch of unknown date, visible as a cropmark. (Monument)
  • Possible ring ditch of unknown date, visible as a cropmark. (Monument)
  • Possible ring ditch of unknown date. (Monument)
  • Possible ring ditch or ditched enclosure of unknown date. (Monument)
  • Possible round barrow of Bronze-Age date, visible as a ring ditch cropmark. (Monument)
  • Possible round barrow of Bronze-Age date, visible as the cropmark of a ring ditch. (Monument)
  • Possible small Medieval moated site. (Monument)
  • Possible small oval enclosure of unknown date, visible as a cropmark. (Monument)
  • Possible trackways and field boundaries of unknown date, visible as cropmarks. (Monument)
  • Possible trackways, field boundaries and ring ditches of unknown date, visible as cropmarks. (Monument)
  • Possible World War II anti-tank ditch, visible as an earthwork. (Monument)
  • Possible World War II Heavy Anti-Aircraft Battery and associated military features. (Monument)
  • Possible World War II Light Anti-aircraft gun post. (Monument)
  • Possible World War II Light Anti-aircraft machine gun post. (Monument)
  • Possible World War II military strongpoint, visible as structures on aerial photographs. (Monument)
  • Possible World War II pillbox. (Monument)
  • Post Medieval causeway, visible as an earthwork. (Monument)
  • Post Medieval causeway, visible as an earthwork. (Monument)
  • Post Medieval causeway, visible as an earthwork. (Monument)
  • Post Medieval ditch or landscaped gulley containing a footpath or boundary. (Monument)
  • Post Medieval ditched boundary, visible as an earthwork. (Monument)
  • Post Medieval ditched field boundaries, visible as cropmarks. (Monument)
  • Post Medieval ditched track or road, visible as a cropmark. (Monument)
  • Post Medieval drainage channels, visible as cropmarks. (Monument)
  • Post Medieval earthwork causeway, visible on aerial photographs. (Monument)
  • Post Medieval earthwork ditches, part of a drainage system. (Monument)
  • Post Medieval field boundaries and possible ditched trackways, visible as earthworks and cropmarks. (Monument)
  • Post Medieval field boundaries of Medieval origin, visible as cropmarks. (and BACKLOG) (Monument)
  • Post Medieval field boundaries. (Monument)
  • Post Medieval field boundary, visible as a cropmark. (Monument)
  • Post Medieval field boundary, visible as an earthwork. (Monument)
  • Post Medieval filed boundaries, trackway and peat cutting, visible as cropmarks. (Monument)
  • Post Medieval flood defence bank or causeway, visible as an extensive linear earthwork. (Monument)
  • Post Medieval flood defence bank or possible causeway, visible as an earthwork. (Monument)
  • Post Medieval flood defence bank, visible as an earthwork. (Monument)
  • Post Medieval flood defence bank. (Monument)
  • Post Medieval formal garden, visible as cropmarks over the paths and beds. (Monument)
  • Post Medieval land boundaries. (Monument)
  • Post Medieval pattern of field boundaries and rectangular enclosures, visible as cropmarks. (Monument)
  • Post Medieval woodland boundary. (Monument)
  • Post-medieval field boundaries (Monument)
  • Prehistoric ditched trackways and field boundaries, visible as cropmarks. (Monument)
  • Prehistoric field boundaries and trackway, visible as cropmarks. (Monument)
  • Prehistoric field boundaries, trackways and enclosures, visible as cropmarks. (Monument)
  • Prehistoric field system, enclosures and trackways, visible as cropmarks. (Monument)
  • Prehistoric foundation trench or drip gulley of a round house, visible as a crop mark. (Monument)
  • Prehistoric sub-circular ditched enclosure, vivible as a cropmark. (Monument)
  • Prehistoric trackways and field boundaries, visible as cropmarks on aerial photographs. (Un) (Monument)
  • Prehistoruc curvilinear trackway, roadside settlement and field boundaries, visible as cropmarks. (Monument)
  • Probable Bronze-Age barrow, visible as a ring ditch cropmark. (Monument)
  • Probable Bronze-Age barrow, visible as concentric ring ditch cropmarks. (Monument)
  • Probable Bronze-Age barrow, visible as cropmarks. (Monument)
  • Probable field boundaries, rectangular enclosures and a possible trackway of unknown date can be seen on aerial photographs to the north of Trimley S… (Monument)
  • Probable Medieval moated site and possible associated settlement or field system. (Monument)
  • Probable Medieval or Post Medieval field boundaries, visible as cropmarks. (Monument)
  • Probable Post Medieval clay of gravel pits, visible as cropmarks. (Monument)
  • Probable Prehistoric ditched field system or settlement, visible as cropmarks. (Un) (Monument)
  • Probable round barrow, visible as a ring ditch cropmark. (Monument)
  • Probable trackway and field boundaries of unknown date. (Monument)
  • Probable trackways and field boundaries of unknown date are visible as cropmarks on aerial photographs in Trimley St Martin parish, in a field to the… (Monument)
  • Probable World War II anti-aircraft obstructions, visible on aerial photographs. (Monument)
  • Probable World War II public air-raid shelter. (Monument)
  • Radar station of Second World War date (Monument)
  • Rectangular enclosure, unknown date (Un) (Monument)
  • Rectilinear ditched enclosure and possible ditched track of unknown date, visible as cropmarks. (Monument)
  • Rectilinear enclosures and ditched trackways of unknown date are visible on aerial photographs. Also numbered TYN 012. (Monument)
  • Relict drainage ditches of probable post medieval date. (Monument)
  • Remains of a Medieval or Post Medieval system of drainage ditches, visible as soilmarks. (Monument)
  • Remains of a possible Bronze-Age round barrow, visible as a cropmark. (Monument)
  • Remains of a possible Bronze-Age round barrow, visible as a cropmark. (Monument)
  • Remains of a possible Bronze-Age round barrow, visible as a cropmark. (Monument)
  • Remains of a possible Bronze-Age round barrow, visible as a cropmark. (Monument)
  • Remains of a possible Post-Medieval (?) rabbit warren seen on aerial photographs of the 1940s (Monument)
  • Remains of a possible round barrow of Bronze Age date, visible as a cropmark ring. (Un) (Monument)
  • Remains of a Roman road or fort, visible as an L shaped cropmark. (Monument)
  • Remains of a small Medieval moat and field boundaries, visible as earthworks. (Monument)
  • Remains of field systems, trackways and enclosures, of unknown date, visible as cropmarks. (Monument)
  • Remains of possible Medieval field boundaries and land-drains, visible as cropmarks. (Monument)
  • Remains of Post Medieval relict flood defences or causeways. (Monument)
  • Ring ditch and field system of unknown date, visible as cropmarks. (Monument)
  • Ring ditch of a [pssible round barrow, visible as a cropmark. (Monument)
  • Ring ditch of unknown date and function, visible as a cropmark. (Monument)
  • Ring ditch of unknown date and function, visible as a cropmark. (Monument)
  • Ring ditch of unknown date and function, visible as a cropmark. (Monument)
  • Ring ditch of unknown date and function. (Monument)
  • Ring ditch of unknown date, possibly the remains of a Bronze Age round barrow, visible as a cropmark. (BA) (Monument)
  • Ring ditch of unknown date, possibly the remains of a Bronze-Age round barrow, visible as a cropmark. (Monument)
  • Ring ditch of unknown date, visible as a cropmark. (Monument)
  • Ring ditch of unknown date, visible as a cropmark. (Monument)
  • Ring ditch of unknown date, visible as a cropmark. (Monument)
  • Ring ditch of unknown date, visible as a cropmark. (Monument)
  • Ring ditch of unknown date, visible as a cropmark. (Monument)
  • Ring ditch of unknown date, visible as a cropmark. (Monument)
  • Ring ditch of unknown date, visible as a cropmark. (Monument)
  • Ring ditch of unknown date, visible as a cropmark. (Monument)
  • Ring ditch of unknown date, visible as an earthwork. (Monument)
  • Ring ditch or oval enclosure of unknown date, visible as a cropmark. (Monument)
  • Ring ditch or oval enclosure of unkown date, visible as a cropmark. (Monument)
  • Ring ditch, circa 35m diameter. Lying just SE of rectilinear field boundary complex TYN 031 (Monument)
  • Ring ditch, house, hut circle, round house, unknown date (Monument)
  • Ring ditch, possibly the remains of a Bronze-Age round barrow, visible as a cropmark. (Monument)
  • Ring ditch, possibly the remains of a Bronze-Age round barrow, visible as a cropmark. (Monument)
  • Ring ditch, possibly the remains of a Bronze-Age round barrow. (Monument)
  • Ring ditch, possibly the remina of an Iron-Age round house, visible as a cropmark. (Monument)
  • Ring ditch, probably the remains of a large round barrow of unknown date, visible as a cropmark. (Monument)
  • Ring ditch, unknown date (Monument)
  • Road or track and bank of unknown date, visible as earthworks. (Monument)
  • Round Barrow on Waldringfield Heath (Monument)
  • Section of a Iron Age ditched field system (Monument)
  • Series of parallel Medieval ditches. (Monument)
  • Series of Prehistoric trackways, field boundaries and a sub-circular enclosure, visible as cropmarks. (Monument)
  • Shadowbarn Farm (Monument)
  • Shadowbarn Farm (Monument)
  • Shallow Medieval earthwork ditch. (Monument)
  • Short curving link of trackway visible on AP (S1). (Monument)
  • Short length of a Post Medieval road or track, visible as a cropmark. (Monument)
  • Shotford Heath (Monument)
  • Six World War II bomb craters. (Monument)
  • Small Bronze-Age ring ditch, visible as a cropmark. (Monument)
  • Small Iron-Age ring ditch, visible as a cropmark. (IA) (Monument)
  • Small Post Medieval ditched square enclosure, Ipswich. (Monument)
  • Small Post Medieval ditched square enclosure, probably defining the limits of a small plantation or wood. (Monument)
  • Small Post Medieval square enclosure, visible as a cropmark. (Monument)
  • Small rectangular ditched enclosure of unknown date, visible as a cropmark. (Monument)
  • Small ring ditch of unknown date and function, visible as a cropmark. (Monument)
  • Small ring ditch of unknown date and function, visible as a cropmark. (Monument)
  • Small ring ditch possibly the foundations or drip gulley of a later Prehistoric round house, visible as a cropmark. (Monument)
  • Small ring ditch possibly the foundations or drip gulley of a later Prehistoric round house, visible as a cropmark. (Monument)
  • Small ring ditch, possibly the foundations or drip gulley of a later Prehistoric round house, visible as a cropmark. (Monument)
  • Small square Medieval moat. (Monument)
  • Small, irregularly shaped Bronze-Age ring ditch of unknown function, visible as a cropmark. (Monument)
  • St Mary's Priory; Mendham Marshes (Monument)
  • The corner of a possible rectilinear enclosure or field of unknown date. (Monument)
  • The cropmark of a ring ditch circa 26 metres in diameter is visible on aerial photographs, partially obscured by the track to the south of Candlet, T… (Monument)
  • The Folly (Monument)
  • The remains field boundaries visible as cropmarks on aerial photographs of the 1960s (Monument)
  • The remains of a probable earthwork mound of unknown date, visible as a soilmark. (Monument)
  • The remains of a probable earthwork mound of unknown date, visible as a soilmark. (Monument)
  • Trackway and field boundaries of unknown date, visible as cropmarks. (Monument)
  • Trackway of unknown date. (Monument)
  • Trackways or roads of unknown date, visible as cropmarks. (Monument)
  • Trapezoidal ditch-defined enclosure of unknown date, visible as a cropmark. (Monument)
  • Trapezoidal ditched enclosure, Kirton Hall (NW of) (Monument)
  • Triple concentric ditched ring ditch of unknown date, visible as a cropmark. (Monument)
  • Two bomb craters of Second World War date can be seen on contemporary aerial photographs, at the eastern edge of Martlesham Heath, Waldringfield pari… (Monument)
  • Two boundary ditches of probable post-medieval date visible as an earthwork on aerial photographs (Monument)
  • Two Bronze Age barrows, visible as cropmarks. (Monument)
  • Two Bronze-Age ring ditches, visible as cropmarks close to fragmentary cropmarks of a possible ditched field boundary. (BA) (Monument)
  • Two ditched trackways of unknown date, visible as cropmarks. (Monument)
  • Two earthwork banks, possibly the remains of medieval causeways or field boundaries. (Monument)
  • Two groups of World War II trenches and a weapons pit, visible as earthworks. (Monument)
  • Two linear cropmarks visible on aerial photographs to the north of the A146 and Lowestoft Road are probably forming over the remains of field boundar… (Monument)
  • Two low earthwork mounds, possibly the remains of Bronze-Age round barrows. (Monument)
  • Two Modern WW2 bomb craters (Mod) (Monument)
  • Two overlapping rectilinear enclosures of probable Prehistoric or Roman date, visible as cropmarks. (Monument)
  • Two parallel drainage channels of probable post-medieval date are visible on aerial photographs as earthworks on Benstead Marshes, Shipmeadow parish. (Monument)
  • Two practice trenches of probable First World War date are visible as earthworks on Bixley Heath golf course, Rushmere St Andrew parish. (Monument)
  • Two small earthwork mounds of unknown date and function. (Monument)
  • Two small v- shaped World War II trench shelters. (Monument)
  • Two World War II Light Anti-Aircraft machine gun posts. (Monument)
  • Two World War II slit trenches, visible as earthworks. (Monument)
  • Walk Farm, Levington (BA) (Monument)
  • Wide Medieval ditch, visible as an earthwork. (Monument)
  • World War II air raid shelters, visible as earthworks. (Monument)
  • World War II air raid trench shelter, visible as an earthwork. (Monument)
  • World War II anti-aircraft artilery battery. (Monument)
  • World War II anti-aircraft battery, visible as earthworks. (Monument)
  • World War II anti-aircraft obstructions in the form of poles, seen in a grid pattern across fields. (Monument)
  • World War II anti-aircraft obstructions, visible as probable structures on aerial photographs of the 1940s. (Monument)
  • World War II anti-tank ditch, visible as an earthwork. (Monument)
  • World War II anti-tank obstructions. (Monument)
  • World War II bomb crater. (Monument)
  • World War II bomb crater. (Monument)
  • World War II circular earthwork, probably a dearchlight battery. (Monument)
  • World War II heavy anti-aircraft artillery battery H12 and camp. (Monument)
  • World War II Light Anti-Aircraft Artillery emplacement, visible as an earthwork. (Monument)
  • World War II military camp of uncertain function. (Monument)
  • World War II military camp of unknown function. (Monument)
  • World War II military camp, visible as a range of structures and cehicles. (Monument)
  • World War II military feature, probably a light anti-aircraft machine gun emplacement. (Monument)
  • World War II military feature, probably a light anti-aircraft machine gun emplacement. (Monument)
  • World War II military intallation and associated camp. (Monument)
  • World War II military site, containing a number of earthwork and structural elements. (Monument)
  • World War II military structure, possibly a pillbox. (Monument)
  • World War II military tented camp, visible as structures and earthworks. (Monument)
  • World War II pillbox and anti-tank cubes, Ipswich. (Monument)
  • World War II pillbox, Ipswich. (Monument)
  • World War II pillbox, Ipswich. (Monument)
  • World War II pillbox, Ipswich. (Monument)
  • World War II pillbox, probably a type 23. (Monument)
  • World War II pillbox, visible as a structure built into a field boundary. (Monument)
  • World War II pillbox, visible as a structure built into a field boundary. (Monument)
  • World War II pillbox. (Monument)
  • World War II pillbox. (Monument)
  • World War II pillbox. (Monument)
  • World War II searchlight battery, visible as earthwork emplacements and associated structures. (Monument)
  • World War II slit trench, probably excavated for practice purposes or as an air-raid shelter. (Monument)
  • World War II slit trench. (Monument)
  • World War II slit trench. (Monument)
  • World War II slit trenches. (Monument)
  • World War II 'Starfish' bombing decoy, visible as earthworks and structures. (Monument)
  • World War II temporary or secondary radar station. (Monument)
  • World War II V-shaped trench air-raid shelters, visible as earthworks on aerial photographs. (Monument)
  • Worlingham Walls (Monument)

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Dec 16 2019 2:25PM

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