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Buckley, A, Long, T, Moloney, C (2014) Park Field Farm, Ashburton, Devon. Taunton: AB Heritage Limited https://doi.org/10.5284/1032958

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Site details

Location
Site namePark Field Farm, Ashburton, Devon
ParishASHBURTON
DistrictSOUTH HAMS
CountyDEVON
CountryEngland
Grid reference SX 764 687 (point)
Monuments and Finds      
DITCHPost Medieval
NONENone
 

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DescriptionA targeted archaeological trench evaluation was carried out comprising 12 trenches, totalling 295 metres, following a desk-based assessment and geophysical survey. The majority of the geophysical anomalies were attributed to variations in the geology. Linear features were exposed in two of the trenches, two associated with a former field boundary and another related to post-medieval agricultural activity.
Associated identifier abherita1-195839