Chalgrove Manor, Harding's Field, Chalgrove, Oxfordshire

Alex Smith, 2008

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Overview

Archaeological investigations at Harding's Field, Chalgrove, revealed the remains of one of the most complete examples of a moated medieval manor yet excavated in England. Evidence of a pre-moat occupation dating from the first half of the 13th century, which may not have been seignorial, was succeeded in the mid 13th century by the construction of the moated manor house. The documentary evidence indicates that this house belonged to the Barentins, a prominent Oxfordshire family.

Contents of the Digital Archive:

This archive represents the digital element of the process of bringing a draft 1970s field excavation report to the point of producing the following publication in 2005:

Page, P, Atherton, K, and Hardy, A, 2005 Barentin's Manor: Excavations of the moated manor at Harding's Field, Chalgrove, Oxfordshire 1976-9. Thames Valley Landscapes Monograph 24

Virtually all of the pre-1998 project archive, including all management and correspondence items, exists only as hard copy in the physical archive deposited with Oxfordshire County Museum Accession Number 1986.188

The archive held by the ADS consists of the following resources:

Documents

The original OAU 1991 report, with additional specialist finds and environmental reports.

Structural Data

A collection of 83 digitised site plans created 2001-2002

Databases

Including original pottery and finds databases (updated in 1999 and 2000) and a context database prepared in 2002