Monument record NBN 029 - Prehistoric foundation trench or drip gulley of a round house, visible as a crop mark.
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|Grid reference||Centred TM 25834 43290 (8m by 7m)|
|Civil Parish||NEWBOURNE, SUFFOLK COASTAL, SUFFOLK|
Type and Period (4)
The foundation trench or drip-gulley of a small round house of late prehistoric date may visible on aerial photographs as a crop mark ring ditch, centred approximately on TM258432, to the west of Newbourne village, Newbourne parish. The cropmark is on average 1 metre wide enclosing an area 8 to 9 metres in diameter. A slightly larger ring ditch can be seen immediately to the north-west and a possible oval enclosure can be seen to the south-east (see NBN 028, NBN 030). It is not clear from the photographs whether the ring ditch is related to the surrounding probable later prehistoric or Roman field system (NBN 027). (S1, S2)
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Record last edited
Aug 20 2013 2:55PM