Monument record BUC 086 - Small ring ditch, possibly the foundations or drip gulley of a later Prehistoric round house, visible as a cropmark.
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|Grid reference||Centred TM 26723 40847 (10m by 9m)|
|Civil Parish||BUCKLESHAM, SUFFOLK COASTAL, SUFFOLK|
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A small ring ditch, possibly the foundations or drip gulley of a later prehistoric round house, is visible as a cropmark circa 500 metres to the south-east of Kembroke Hall, Bucklesham parish, centred on circa TM267408. The ditch is approximately 1 metre wide enclosing an area of circa 7-8 metres diameter. Cropmarks may show a internal feature, but it could simply be geological in origin. No entrance is apparent but the eastern side of the ring ditch is not very clear. It appears to be respected by the surrounding field boundaries within the extensive complex BUC 017, and could be of similar date. Two similar features can be seen circa 380 metres to the north (see BUC 087, BUC 088). (S1)
- <S1> SSF50073 Photograph: National Monuments Record. Air Photograph. NMR TM 2640/2/260 (956) 07-JUN-1976.
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Record last edited
Jun 19 2013 11:21AM